Dr. Rachel Brem is the Director of Breast Imaging and Intervention, Professor of Radiology and the Vice-Chairman in the Department of Radiology at The George Washington University Medical Center. Dr. Brem completed her undergraduate studies at Brandeis University followed by medical school at Columbia University where she graduated with honors. Dr. Brem completed both her Diagnostic Radiology Residency and Breast Imaging Fellowship at the John Hopkins Medical Institutions. Since completion of her training Dr. Brem was on the faulty at John Hopkins as the Director of Breast Imaging. Dr. Bremí»s research and clinical interest includes Minimally Invasive Breast Biopsy as well as New Technologies for the Earlier Diagnosis of breast cancer including Computer Aided Detection and Nuclear Medicine Imaging of the Breast as well as Electrical Impedence Imaging of the Breast. The latter effort is a collaboration with the Department of Engineering, in the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at the George Washington University.. She is the principal investigator of a multi-institutional trial evaluating computer aided detection of breast cancer. She is also the principal investigator evaluating nuclear medicine imaging for the improved diagnosis of breast cancer at the George Washington University Medical Center.
Dr. Brem has extensively published in topic related to breast cancer, and specifically in her areas of interest which are new technologies for the earlier diagnosis of breast cancer.

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