RadMD would like to extend a warm welcome to Rendon Nelson, MD, who has joined us as Director of medical and scientific affairs. Rendon was a tenured Professor of Radiology at Duke University, serving in numerous administrative roles including the Vice-Chair of Research. He was also a Professor of Material Science & Mechanical Engineering and the endowed Reed & Martha Rice Distinguished Professor of Radiology.

His clinical expertise includes all the modalities that image the abdomen and pelvis including gastrointestinal and genitourinary radiography and fluoroscopy, ultrasound, CT, PET, MRI and image-guided intervention (mainly biopsies and drainages). His research interests, scientific publications/presentations have primarily focused on imaging hepatobiliary and pancreatic diseases as well as technology assessment of CT and MRI. Lastly, he has over 12 years of experience working as a blinded independent central reader of images in clinical trials involving a wide variety of malignancies and scoring criteria as well as and other non-oncologic disorders.