The School of Medicine has announced new leadership in the Department of Radiology. Jeffrey Kunin, M.D., has been appointed interim chair of the department. Kelli Andresen, M.D., will serve as the department’s residency program director. These positions were previously held by Lisa Lowe, M.D., who resigned after serving in the Radiology department since 2007. Both appointments are effective immediately.
Kunin is a clinical associate professor of radiology and chairman of the Saint Luke’s Hospital Department of Radiology. He received his medical degree from the University of Texas-Medical Branch and completed his residency in radiology at the Medical College of Virginia and Henry Ford Hospital. He completed a fellowship in magnetic resonance imaging at the University of Michigan. His special interests include thoracic imaging, quality improvement, and radiology operations.
Under Dr. Kunin’s leadership, the Department of Radiology will continue its important role in the School of Medicine’s education and research programs, said School of Medicine Dean Steven Kanter, M.D.
Andresen, a clinical associate professor at Saint Luke’s Hospital, received her medical degree from the University of Iowa School of Medicine. She completed her radiology residency at the May Clinic and a fellowship in abdominal imaging at the University of Iowa. She has served as associate director of the Radiology residency since 2011 and was honored as Educator of the Year by radiology residents in 2015.