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Andrew Dwyer, MD
Staff Clinician
Radiology and Imaging Sciences

Academic Degrees
BS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
MS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
MD, Creighton University School of Medicine

Email: adwyer@cc.nih.gov

Phone: 301-402-5020

Biosketch

Andrew Dwyer received a BS and MS in Mathematics in 1968-9 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an MD from Creighton in 1973. Since completion of a radiology residency at the Hospital of Saint Raphael in New Haven in 1977, he has been a member of the staff of the Radiology Department at the NIH. Over the years he has held several administrative positions within the department including Acting Chief, Deputy Chief, and Head of MRI.

His tenure at NIH has spanned the development of MRI. Many of his publications in collaboration with NIH colleagues helped define the clinical applications of MRI and the diagnostic implications of MRI features. He has been Deputy Editor of RADIOLOGY and Assistant Editor of JCAT.

Throughout his career, he has had a central interest in the use of mathematics and statistics in diagnostic radiology and has served as a statistical and editorial resource for the department.

For the past several years, his main research focus has been the use of the principles of formal logic, probability theory, and possibility theory to elucidate the reasoning used in the interpretation of diagnostic images and to express the levels of diagnostic certainty.

Selected Publications

Dwyer A, Glaubiger D, Ecker J, Doppman JL, Prewitt J, Plunkett J: The radiographic follow-up of patients with Ewing’s sarcoma: a demonstration of a general method. Radiology 1982;145(2);327-331.

Dwyer AJ, Frank JA, Sank VJ, Reinig JW, Hickey AM, Doppman JL. Short-TI Inversion Recovery Pulse Sequence. Analysis and Initial Experience in Cancer Imaging. Radiology 1988;168:827-826.

Dwyer AJ. Time and Disease: The Fourth Dimension of Radiology. Radiology1989;173:17-22.

Black WC, Dwyer AJ. Local Versus Global Measures of accuracy: An important Distinction for Radiologic Imaging. Med Dec Making 1990;10:266-273.

Dwyer AJ. Matchmaking and McNemar in the Comparison of Diagnostic Modalities. Radiology1991;178:328-330.

Dwyer AJ. In pursuit of a piece of the ROC. Radiology1997;202:621-625.

Avila NA, Dwyer AJ, Rabel A, Moss J. Sporadic Lymphangioleiomyomatosis and Tuberous Sclerosis Complex with Lymphangioleiomyomatosis: Comparison of CT Features. Radiology. 2007 Jan;242(1):277-285.

Portrait of Andrew Dwyer

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