Director, Cardiac CT
Director, Urban Underserved Track
Director, Advanced Cardiac Imaging
BAR Lab Director
The section participates actively in the Thoracic Core lecture series for all radiology residents. In addition, the section now provides frequent case conferences (1-2/month) for all residents as well as daily focused case and topical conferences tailored to the needs/interests of the resident(s) rotating on service each month. There is an intensive rotation for third and fourth-year medical students under the direction of Dr. James Davidson. All members participate in additional 3rd and 4th year offerings focused on providing medical students with basic radiologic skills necessary to function as clinical trainees. A joint fellowship in Cardiothoracic Imaging with National Jewish Health is also available to two individuals per year to provide advanced training in thoracic and cardiac imaging as well as opportunities to participate in ongoing research projects.
Dr. Peter Sachs also serves as Vice Chair of Informatics for the University of Colorado Radiology department and is the Radiology Physician Informaticist for University of Colorado Health. He writes and lectures nationally on topics related to optimization of radiology workflow in the EMR. He is also currently collaborating with Drs. Kevin Deane and Kristen Demourelle (Rheumatology) in a study investigating the early pulmonary manifestations of Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Dr. Tami Bang joined the section in July, 2016 after completing her Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship at the University of Colorado and National Jewish Health. Her current work is focused on interstitial lung disease, thoracic manifestations of auto immune disease, and imaging of thoracic aorta.
Dr. Jamal Moloo is board certified in Internal Medicine with additional fellowship training in Cardiac CT and Nuclear Cardiology. He practices cardiac imaging at the University of Colorado Hospital.
Dr. Robert Quaife is board certified in Nuclear Medicine, Internal Medicine and Cardiology. He practices cardiac imaging at the University of Colorado Hospital.
Dr. Nicole Restauri recently received a large institutional grant to build a world-class medical student learning lab that will provide a comprehensive, cutting edge educational opportunity to radiology medical students. She has also completed the President’s Teaching Scholars program.
Dr. Thomas Suby-Long’s work is focused on quality and process improvement and includes optimizing appropriate ordering of CT scans for pulmonary embolism, improving communication between our team and our clinical colleagues and improving detection of retained surgical devices.
Dr. Daniel Vargas’ work is focused in the cardiac imaging realm and includes recent publications on genetic syndromes with associated cardiovascular anomalies and fatty lesions in and around the heart. He has multiple additional manuscripts underway on topics in Cardiac CT and MR imaging.