Cherie M. Kuzmiak

Cherie M. Kuzmiak, DO, FACR, FSBI, is a breast imaging radiologist who has dedicated her career to the advancement of women’s health care. Dr. Kuzmiak has earned numerous accolades as a physician, teacher, and researcher of diseases and imaging of the breast. She has been involved in numerous research and clinical trials in the evaluation of novel breast imaging technologies for the early detection and treatment of breast cancer. In addition, she holds multiple professional leadership roles within her subspecialty. Dr. Kuzmiak is the director of the Breast Imaging Division and an associate professor of Radiology at the University of North Carolina (UNC) School of Medicine. Dr. Kuzmiak has been the director of the Breast Imaging Division and Fellowship Program since 2005. Her current research focus is on radiomics, radiogenomics, breast cancer genomics, digital breast tomosynthesis, dedicated 3D breast computed tomography with positron emission tomography integration, and breast magnetic resonance imaging.

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Early detection of breast cancer with screening mammography is still the best method we have in saving countless women's lives and decreasing the harms of overtreatment. This textbook encompasses relevant topics in daily patient care with breast imaging to technical innovations for improving breast cancer detection and treatment.

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