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Dr. Laura Amodei Takes Over As Owner Of Bay Radiology

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Bay Radiology has announced that Dr. Laura Amodei is its new owner. Amodei was born and raised near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in biochemistry at Washington University in St. Louis and her medical degree at the Mayo Clinic. Amodei completed her residency and fellowships in breast imaging and body imaging at Johns Hopkins. She also spent two years at Hopkins doing MRI research on an NIH training grant and was an instructor for residents and fellows. She and her husband, who both love the water, lived in Severna Park at the time.

From 2007 to 2011, Amodei served as the deputy director at the Charleston Breast Center (CBC) in Charleston, South Carolina. The CBC was a free-standing state-of-the-art breast center that offered digital mammography, physician-performed ultrasound and breast MRI to patients regardless of their ability to pay. For her work there, Amodei was named one of the “Top 40 Under 40” by the Charleston Business Journal and was also named one of “America’s Top Radiologists” for breast imaging.

In 2011, Amodei’s son was born congenitally deaf and she and her family moved to Washington, D.C. so that he could attend a special school. They moved back to Severna Park in 2014.

Throughout her career, Amodei has published multiple papers and has been an invited speaker at several academic meetings. She served as a full-time health care consultant for McKinsey & Company for two years and has also been on the advisory boards for several companies, helping them to develop products that better serve the needs of patients. She was also an invited participant at the White House Physician Forum on Health Reform in May 2009.

From 2011 to 2017, Amodei served as a dedicated breast imager at Washington Radiology (WRA). WRA was the earliest adopter of 3D mammography and 3D tomosynthesis-guided biopsy in the Baltimore-Washington region, so Amodei has been interpreting low-dose 3D mammograms for many years. She is honored to have been chosen to carry on the legacy of Dr. Helen Mrose.

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