Our first guests are Dr. Pamela Habib; Head of US Medical Affairs, Bayer Radiology. Joining Dr. Habib is Dr. David Schacht; Breast Radiologist at Northwestern’s Lynne Sage Breast Center at Prentice Women’s Hospital will shine a light on what women need to know about dense breasts, how breast density is detected, and a recent survey and its impact on breast cancer risk and future breast screenings.
Dr. Pamela Habib leads the US Medical Affairs team at Bayer Radiology and oversees engagement with healthcare professionals, communication of scientific data, and various educational and research initiatives. Dr. Habib is a Breast Radiologist, who completed her breast imaging fellowship at Harvard Medical School’s Brigham & Women’s Hospital. In clinical practice, she focused on mammography, MRI, ultrasound, and breast interventional procedures.
Dr. David Schacht is a breast radiologist at Northwestern’s Lynne Sage Breast Center at Prentice Women’s Hospital. He has been an attending physician both at Northwestern and the University of Chicago. He obtained his undergraduate, medical, and public health degrees all from Northwestern, before pursuing his radiology residency and breast imaging fellowship at the University of Chicago. His academic interests include understanding new uses of MRI to detect breast cancer and using case-based learning to improve radiologists’ performance. For more information please visit: radiologyresources.bayer.com/dense-breast-resources
Our second guest is Zachary Bohart, MD, is a specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation who focuses on orthopedic electrodiagnostic and comprehensive Spasticity management. Today he will discuss Post-Stroke Spasticity as May is Stroke Awareness Month. He will tell us how to recognize symptoms and understand the treatment options. Dr. Bohart treats patients with Spasticity from strokes, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, and brain injuries. Dr. Bohart has created an Adult Spasticity clinic at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, MA, where he trains the physiatry residents, and he has also treated this patient population at rehabilitation hospitals in the Boston area. Dr. Bohart has been named one of Boston Magazine’s Top Doctors several years in a row and lectures residents and junior attendings around the country on the topic of comprehensive Spasticity management. For more information and to find a Spasticity specialist, visit Don’t Take Spasticity or www.stroke.com
Sheri Few is the Founder and President of United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) whose mission is to end the US Department of Education and all federal education mandates. USPIE has established 20 state chapters and is growing rapidly amid the national outcry from parents who want to regain control of their children’s education. Sheri is a nationally recognized leader on education policy and is often quoted in conservative media and has spent much of the last year exposing Critical Race Theory and serving as Executive Producer for the new documentary film titled Truth and Lies in American Education.