Recent Faculty Additions

Please help us welcome our recent faculty additions:

Allison Grayev, MD
Neuroradiology Section

Medical School: Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Residency: Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Fellowship: University of Wisconsin – Madison

Dr. Allison Grayev is an Assistant Professor of Radiology in the Neuroradiology section. She joined the faculty in August 2010 after completing her undergraduate education, medical school and radiology residency at Pennsylvania State University followed by a two year neuroradiology fellowship at UW-Madison. She has previously served on the faculty at Creighton University (Omaha, NE), where she enjoyed her role as Director of Medical Student Education. Dr. Grayev’s interests include education at all levels (medical student, resident, fellow, and even faculty).
Outside Interests: family and anything Penn State (especially football).

Tabby Kennedy, MD
Neuroradiology Section

Dr. Tabby Kennedy joined us as an Assistant Professor in Neuroradiology in July 2010 after a two-year fellowship here at UW-Madison. She received her medical degree at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, followed by an internship at the Presbyterian Hospital at the University of Pennsylvania and a residency at the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology in Missouri. In addition to covering the full range of clinical Neuroradiology exams, Dr. Kennedy plans a clinical focus in Head & Neck Imaging and will also lead new efforts in Medical Student education.

John Khalil, MD
Community Section at Meriter Hospital

Undergrad: University of Wisconsin – Madison
Medical School: University of Wisconsin – Madison
Residency: St. Luke’s Medical Center (Milwaukee, WI)
Fellowship: Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Nashville, TN)

Dr. John M. Khalil is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology within the Community Division. He completed his residency training at St. Luke’s Medical Center where he served as Chief Resident and as a member of the Resident Council. He completed a musculoskeletal radiology fellowship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. Dr. Khalil’s clinical interests include MRI, sports medicine imaging, and orthopedic oncologic imaging. Personal interests include his family, Badger sports, Packer football, and golfing. Dr. Khalil primarily practices at Meriter Hospital and 1 South Park.

Jason Pinchot, MD
Vascular Interventional Imaging Section at CSC

Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin
Residency: Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis
Fellowship: Medical College of Wisconsin

Dr. Jason Pinchot is an Assistant Professor of Radiology in the Vascular Interventional Radiology Section. He received his MD from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2004. During his internship at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin he received the Distinguished First Year Resident Award. He went on to complete residency training in Diagnostic Radiology at the Indiana University School of Medicine and was board certified by the American Board of Radiology in 2009. He joined the faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2010 after completing a vascular and interventional radiology fellowship at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Dr. Pinchot’s clinical and research interests include minimally invasive oncologic interventions (including Y-90 radioembolization and transarterial chemoembolization), image-guided tumor ablation, uterine fibroid embolization, and biliary interventions. Outside of work, he enjoys running, gourmet cooking, and international travel. Having grown up in Chicago, he is an avid Cubs, Bears, Bulls, and Blackhawks fan.

Tim Ziemlewicz, MD
Abdominal Imaging Section at CSC

Undergrad: University of Detroit Mercy (Biochemistry)
Medical School: Wayne State University
Residency: Wayne State University
Fellowship: Duke University (Abdominal Imaging)

Dr. Ziemlewicz joined the Abdominal Imaging Section as an Assistant Professor of Radiology in 2010. He received a BS in Biochemistry from the University of Detroit Mercy prior to medical school and residency at Wayne State University. During a brief escape from the Midwest, he completed an abdominal imaging fellowship at Duke University. His primary academic interests are resident educational methods and hepatobiliary imaging. Personal interests include music, travel, and sports (particularly Detroit teams and Michigan football).

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