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Gerald F. Abbott
  • Boston, MA
  • United States
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
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Profile Information

Current Organization
Massachusetts General Hospital
Profession
Radiologist
Title
Associate Radiologist
Subspecialty and Expertise in Radiology
Thoracic
Radiology Residency and Fellowship
Residency, New York Hospital-Cornell, New York NY
Fellowship, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston MA
Undergraduate, Medical School, and Graduate School (Degrees, Major, and Institution)
Northwestern University BS
Cornell University MD
Clinical, Academic, or Industry Experience
Academic
Clinical, academic, research, or business interests within radiology
Thoracic neoplasia. Small airway disease. Medical illustration.
Professional and Society Memberships
Society of Thoracic Radiology - Treasurer
Personal interests and hobbies
Lighthouses, Historic preservation, Antique maps of New England
Interested in
everything

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At 11:36am on April 2, 2010, Laila Sobel said…
l would like to connect with you on this site. I am a physician recruiter specializing in Radiology. If you know any Radiologists looking to make a career move, please give them my info.
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At 11:15am on April 10, 2009, Christine Kassis said…
Thanks so much, Dr. Abbott! I am very excited to be coming to MGH, and look forward to working with you!
At 9:27pm on April 8, 2009, Christopher Depelteau said…
That sounds very interesting. I bet you have seen a lot of cool cases over the years.
I had a pt with erdhiem chester in the brain. Nice talking to you
At 7:31pm on April 8, 2009, Christopher Depelteau said…
What is the most difficult case you have had to diagnose?
 
 
 

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