Title of Talk: Multi-Trauma WBCT: Where Are We Now?
Mark Bernstein, MD, is a trauma and emergency radiologist at New York University School of Medicine and Bellevue Hospital. Born and raised in Toronto, Mark completed his residency at Western University, Ontario, Canada, and his fellowship in Trauma Radiology at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center.
Since joining NYU in 2003 to establish a new Emergency Radiology section, Dr. Bernstein has expanded the focus and diagnosis of trauma. He has compiled a series of comprehensive whole-body trauma CT protocols for three level 1 trauma centers in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Long Island New York allowing patients to undergo a complete diagnostic evaluation in a single visit. He also serves as the trauma radiology liaison for the American College of Surgeons (ACS) accreditation proceedings.
As an author of multiple scientific publications and book chapters, Dr. Bernstein has gained international acclaim for his expertise in trauma radiology and has lectured extensively around the world on various topics related to trauma radiology. He has been extensively involved in resident and medical student teaching, and in 2016 served as President of the American Society of Emergency Radiology.
Currently Dr. Bernstein sits on the ACS Best Practice Guidelines Committee for trauma imaging, the ACS Committee on Trauma, the ACR Committee on Emergency Radiology, and is the ARRS program chair for Emergency Radiology.