Dr. Padia is currently a UW assistant professor with the Department of Radiology, interventional radiology section. His specific focus is in the field of…
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Patient Care Philosophy
I became a physician in order to work in a field that offered a dynamic, changing environment. Being a doctor allows me to be on the cusp of medical innovation, which can potentially have immediate and significant impact on people’s lives. Working with cancer patients, I have an opportunity to provide minimally invasive treatments without decreasing a person’s quality of life, with significant potential benefit.
Traveling, reading, running.
Treatment of liver tumors; Yttrium-90 radioembolization; irreversible electroporation; thoracic duct embolization; embolization for trauma; transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS).
|Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine||Fellowship||2009
|Cleveland Clinic Foundation||Residency||2008
|University of Hawaii||Internship||2004
|Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine||Medical education||2003
|American Board of Radiology||Vascular & Interventional Rad||2011
|American Board of Radiology||Diagnostic Radiology||2008