Tess Chapman, M.D., M.A., is a board certified radiologist and director of the Pediatric Diagnostic Radiology Fellowship at Seattle Children's Hospital. She is also a UW professor of Radiology and Pediatric Radiology.
As a parent, Dr. Chapman understands how difficult it is to have a child with medical needs, no matter how routine those needs may be. She enjoys the opportunity to talk with families whose children are undergoing medical imaging, in an effort to make the patient and parents more comfortable.
Dr. Chapman earned her M.D. at Washington University in St. Louis. She utilizes a wide scope of modalities, including radiography, ultrasound and Doppler, magnetic resonance imaging, fluoroscopy, CT and nuclear medicine. He research interests include local and regional general pediatric radiology topics to benefit radiology residents, fellows and practicing radiologists./p>
In her free time Dr. Chapman enjoys family, running and fishing.
Education and Training
Washington University SOM
Medical education, 2000
Virginia Mason Medical Center
UW - Dept. of Radiology
Residency, Diagnostic Radiology
UW - Dept. of Pediatric Diagnostic Radiology
Fellowship, Pediatric Radiology
UCLA Medical Center
Pediatric Radiology, 2009, American Board of Radiology
Diagnostic Radiology, 2006, American Board of Radiology