Dawood Tafti

Radiology resident United States, Texas
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Radiology resident
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Current organization
US Army
I am a resident physician at the US Army radiology residency program at San Antonio Military Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas.

Education & Work

College / University
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
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Area of expertise
Abdominal imaging
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Curriculum vitae
DAWOOD TAFTI Phone: (301)275-9042 | Email: [email protected], [email protected] | Address: 3722 La Sabre Drive, San Antonio, TX 78218 EDUCATION SAN ANTONIO MILITARY MEDICAL CENTER San Antonio, TX Radiology Resident July 2017- Present WALTER REED NATIONAL MILITARY MEDICAL CENTER Bethesda, MD Transitional Year Internship July 2016- July 2017 UNIFORMED SERVICES UNIVERSITY OF THE HEALTH SCIENCES Bethesda, MD Medical Student May 2016 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, BALTIMORE COUNTY Baltimore, MD Masters of Science May 2010 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, BALTIMORE COUNTY Baltimore, MD Bachelors of Science May 2009 University Scholar Award towards full tuition, room and board. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE MEDICAL STUDENT INTERN Bethesda, MD Naval Medical Research Center June 2013- July 2013 • Summer internship at the lab of Dr.Judith Epstein, protocol formulation for the newly developed live attenuated malaria vaccine at the Clinical Trials Center. RESEARCH ASSOCIATE Baltimore, MD Center for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine Nov. 2010- Dec 2011 University of Maryland School of Medicine • Research on Acute Myeloid Leukemia using humanized mouse model systems for immunotoxin studies. RESEARCH AS A MASTERS STUDENT Baltimore, MD Applied Molecular Biology Oct. 2009- May 2010 • Research on novel viral promoters for use in protein expression systems. LAB RESEARCH ASSISTANT Baltimore, MD University of Maryland, Baltimore County June 2007- April 2008 • Research on brush cells of the gastrointestinal tract that express signaling proteins (TRPM5) involved in chemosensastion.


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Abdominal imaging
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San Antonio


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