Reza Forghani, MD, PhD

Reza Forghani, MD, PhD Associate Chief, Dept. Radiology, Jewish General Hospital Assistant Professor of Radiology, McGill University Director of Research Grants and Funding, McGill University Department of Radiology Clinical Investigator, Segal Cancer Centre & Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research, Jewish General Hospital  

Reza Forghani, MD, PhD
Associate Chief, Dept. Radiology, Jewish General Hospital
Assistant Professor of Radiology, McGill University
Director of Research Grants and Funding, McGill University Department of Radiology
Clinical Investigator, Segal Cancer Centre & Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research, Jewish General Hospital

 

Dr. Forghani completed his MD and PhD degrees as well as radiology residency training at McGill University. He then completed a fellowship in diagnostic neuroradiology at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. He has specialist certifications with the Royal College of Physicians of Canada and the American Board of Radiology. Dr. Forghani is currently the Associate Chief of the Department of Radiology at the Jewish General Hospital, a tertiary care teaching hospital affiliated with McGill University, and holds the rank of Assistant Professor of Radiology at McGill University. He is a clinical investigator at the Jewish General Hospital Lady Davis Research Institute and Segal Cancer Center. He holds the position of treasurer on the executive committee of the Eastern Neuroradiological Society for 2016-2017 and is the chair of the Practice Guidelines Working Group for the Canadian Association of Radiologists.

Dr. Forghani’s expertise is in neuroradiology and head and neck imaging. His research background includes molecular and cell biology, animal models of disease, and the use of smart contrast agents for molecular imaging using MRI. He has a special interest in head and neck cancer, advanced imaging, and texture-radiomic analysis and genome-phenotype correlation. He is currently leading an active research program evaluating applications of dual-energy CT as well as radiomic analysis for the evaluation of head and neck pathology, focusing on head and neck cancer. This includes a prospective study of dual-energy CT for tumor staging and radiogenomic analysis for non-invasive biomarker development. His secondary research interests are in quality reviews, audits, and imaging utilization.

2017 Presentations & Workshops

Skull Base & Neck Masses
Saturday | 14:00-14:15
Multi-Energy Pre-Symposium Workshop

Head & Neck, Skull Base
Monday | 11:00-11:30
Track 3 | Readout With The Professor