Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
Section Chief For Traum And Emergency Radiology
Education and Training
1990 B.S., Biology, Fordham College, Fordham University (Magna cum Laude)
1996 M.D., UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School
Post Graduate Education and Training
1996-2000 Residency, Diagnostic Radiology, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD
2000-2001 Fellowship, Emergency/Trauma Radiology, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD
2000 Diplomate, American Board of Radiology (lifetime certificate)
I graduated Magna cum laude from Fordham University with a bachelor’s of science degree in Biology in 1990. I earned my medical degree from New Jersey Medical School in 1996, where I was elected a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society. I followed a four-year radiology residency at the University of Maryland Medical Center, completed in 2000, with a one-year fellowship in Emergency/Trauma Radiology at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. After briefly practicing elsewhere, I joined the faculty of the University of Maryland School of Medicine as an assistant professor of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine in 2002. Since then, I have been a member of the Trauma and Emergency Radiology section at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC). The practice of the Trauma and Emergency Radiology section involves primarily the UMMC Adult Emergency Department and the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center.
As an Emergency Radiologist, it is my mission to serve my community by providing high quality, timely diagnosis and treatment of acutely ill and injured patients by means of medical imaging. Through research, education, and national service, I work to advance the quality of that care for patients here in Maryland and beyond. I have authored or coauthored a number of peer-reviewed journal articles, given multiple invited lectures at major Radiology meetings, and served as a manuscript reviewer for several professional journals. I am an active participant and committee member in several radiology societies, including the Radiological Society of North America, the American Roentgen Ray Society, and the American Society of Emergency Radiology.
Emergency Radiology, Trauma, Vascular Injuries, CT, CTA
Lauerman MH, Feeney T, Sliker CW, Saksobhavivat N, Bruns BR, Laser A, Tesoriero R, Brenner M, Scalea TM, Stein DM. Lethal now or lethal later: The natural history of Grade 4 blunt cerebrovascular injury. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2015;78(6): 1071-1075.
Bodanapally UK, Dreizin D, Sliker CW, Boscak AR, Reddy RP. Vascular injuries to the neck after penetrating trauma: diagnostic performance of 40- and 64-MDCT angiography. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2015;205(4):866-872.
Rohatgi S, Hanna TN, Sliker CW, Abbott RM, Nicola R. After-hours radiology: Challenges and strategies for the radiologist. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2015;205(5):956-961.
Bodanapally UK, Sliker CW. Imaging of Blunt and Penetrating Craniocervical Arterial Injuries. Semin Roentgenol. 2016 Jul;51(3):152-64. (Epub ahead of print, 2015 Dec 15).
Saksobhavivat N, Shanmuganathan K, Boscak AR, Sliker CW, Stein DM, Bodanapally UK, Archer-Arroyo K, Miller LA, Fleiter TR, Alexander MT, Mirvis SE, Scalea TM. Diagnostic accuracy of triple-contrast multi-detector computed tomography for detection of penetrating gastrointestinal injury: a prospective study. Eur Radiol. 2016 Nov;26(11):4107-4120. (Epub ahead of print, March 2016).
Laser A, Bruns BR, Kufera JA, Kim AI, Feeney T, Tesoriero RB, Lauerman MH, Sliker CW, Scalea TM, Stein DM. Long-term follow-up of blunt cerebrovascular injuries: Does time heal all wounds? J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2016 Dec;81(6):1063-1069.
Hanna TN, Shekhani H, Lamoureux C, Mar H, Nicola R, Sliker C, Johnson JO. Emergency Radiology Practice Patterns: Shifts, Schedules, and Job Satisfaction. J Am Coll Radiol (Epub ahead of print, December4, 2016).
Fellow, American Society of Emergency Radiology