Dr. Kamps is a UW assistant professor of radiology with a certificate of added qualification in pediatric radiology.
Within pediatric radiology, she has a clinical and research interest in pediatric musculoskeletal radiology, and in particular skeletal dysplasias.
Dr. Kamps attended both Duke University and the University of Florida as an undergraduate and earned her bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Florida. She earned her M.D. from Eastern Virginia Medical School. After an internship at Riverside Medical Center in Virginia, she completed her diagnostic radiology residency at UW and her pediatric radiology fellowship at Seattle Children's Hospital and the UW.
She has been a faculty member in the pediatric section at Seattle Children's Hospital since 2007, additionally serving as radiology consultant for the Skeletal Health Program.
She is a member of the Radiological Society of North America, Association of University Radiologists, American Roentgen Ray Society, Society of Pediatric Radiology, International Skeletal Dysplasia Society, and Skeletal Dysplasia Management Consortium.
Swimming, tennis, bicycling, hiking and playing flute and piano.
Education and Training
Eastern Virginia Medical School
Medical education, 2001
UW - Dept. of Pediatric Diagnostic Radiology
Fellowship, Pediatric Radiology
Riverside Regional Medical Center
UW - Dept. of Radiology Residency
Residency, Diagnostic Radiology
Pediatric Radiology, 2009, American Board of Radiology
Diagnostic Radiology, 2006, American Board of Radiology