Michael Hong, Jr., M.D.


HometownMichael Hong 2 (1 of 1)

Buffalo, NY

Education/Training

College: BA Biology, University of Virginia
Medical School: Jacobs School of Medicine at the University at Buffalo

Professional Interests

Interventional Radiology

Hobbies

Golfing, Skiing, Hiking.

What are your favorite things to do in the Denver Area?

Hiking at Rocky Mountain National Park, Skiing. 

What is the biggest strength of our program?

I think the greatest strength of this program is the diversity of pathology that presents to our service and the team-based workups that follow. The Anschutz medical campus provides general and specialty services for a large geographic area that includes renowned pediatric, cancer and transplant centers to name a few. As such, the variety of cases we see on a daily basis provide for a great learning experience. As residents, we are frequently involved in trauma, palliative, cancer and transplant-related care, often all in the same day. Interdisciplinary discussions further augment our experience and help optimize our role as multidisciplinary proceduralists and clinicians as well.

Honors and Awards

Society of Interventional Oncology – WCIO Resident Scholarship Recipient June 2018
Harvard Clinical Teaching Fellow – Department of General Surgery
The Dr. George Alker Award for Excellence in Radiology

Professional Organizations, Boards, and Advisory Committees

Society of Interventional Radiology: Resident, Fellow and Student Section Member
Society of Interventional Oncology Member
American Medical Association Member  

Presentations

Hong M, Schramm K, Jensen A, Ryu R. Effect of rotational angiography on radiation exposure during liver directed therapy in interventional radiology. Presented at the University of Colorado Department of Radiology Research Symposium 2018.