Asef Khwaja, MD, MBA
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MD - Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH
Transitional Year - St. Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ
Radiology - University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD (Chief Resident)
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH
Diagnostic Radiology – American Board of RadiologyPediatric Radiology – American Board of Radiology
MBA - University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
Director, Off-Site Imaging
Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Subramaniam S, Chen AE, Khwaja A, Rempell R: Point-of-Care Ultrasound For Differentiating Ileocolic From Small Bowel-Small Bowel Intussusception. Journal of Emergency Medicine 21(00540-0): S0736-4679, September 2021 Notes: doi: 10.1016/j.jemermed.2021.07.002.
Kaplan, S. L., Chen, A. E., Rempell, R. G., Brown, N., Velez-Florez, M. C., & Khwaja, A.: Impact of Emergency Medicine Point-of-Care Ultrasound on Radiology Ultrasound Volumes in a Single Pediatric Emergency Department. Journal of the American College of Radiology: JACR 17(12): 1555-1562, Dec 2020 Notes: Doi: 10.1016/j.jacr.2020.07.005.
Subramaniam Sathyaseelan, Chen Aaron E, Khwaja Asef, Rempell Rachel: Identifying infant hydrocephalus in the emergency department with transfontanellar POCUS. The American journal of emergency medicine 37(1): 127-132, Jan 2019.
Anupindi Sudha A, Chauvin Nancy A, Khwaja Asef, Biko David M: Magnetic resonance imaging of pancreaticobiliary diseases in children: from technique to practice. Pediatric radiology 46(6): 778-90, May 2016.
Anupindi SA, Halverson M, Khwaja A, Jeckovic M, Wang X, Bellah RD: Common and uncommon applications of bowel ultrasound with pathologic correlation in children. Am J Roentgenol 202(5): 946-59, may 2014.
Anupindi SA, Powers AM, Chandra S Dillman J, Khwaja A: The Gastrointestinal Tract. Pediatric radiology: Practical Imaging Evaluation of Infants and Children. Lee EY (eds.). Wolters Kluwer, Oct 2017.
Khwaja AB, Vandermeer F: Adrenal Cyst. Diagnostic Ultrasound: Abdomen and Pelvis. Amirsys. Kamaya A, Wong-You-Cheong J (eds.).(Ch 130), 596-7, Oct 2016.
Tierradentro-Garcia LO, Dennis R, Khwaja A, Vuma M, Zandifar A, Kassa D, Anupindi S, Blinman, Hwang M: Diagnosing Midgut Volvulus in Infants. University of Pennsylvania Symposium, Philadelphia, PA June 2021 Notes: Oral presentation - received summa cum laude designation.
Tierradentro-García LO, Dennis R, Khwaja A, Vuma M, Zandifar A, Darge K, Anupindi S, Blinman TA, Hwang M: Diagnosing midgut volvulus in infants. International Pediatric Radiology Congress (IPR), Rome, Italy October 2021 Notes: Poster presentation.
Khwaja Asef. "The Limping Child". American Society of Emergency Radiology Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Sept 2021.
Khwaja Asef. "Neonatal GI Obstruction", American Institute for Radiologic Pathology, Silver Spring, MD. Apr 2021.
Khwaja Asef. "Neonatal GI Obstruction", American Institute for Radiologic Pathology, Silver Spring, MD. Mar 2021.
Khwaja Asef. "Pediatric Emergency Radiology Case Review," American Society of Emergency Radiology Annual Meeting (virtual). Sept 2020.
Khwaja Asef. "GI/GU emergencies", American Roentgen Ray Society, Chicago, IL (virtual). May 2020.
Khwaja Asef. "Extremity Imaging for Pediatricians", Virtua Pediatric Group, Voorhees, NJ (virtual). Apr 2020.
2021, Faculty Award, American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP)
2016, Highest rated resident lecture 3rd quarter of 2016, residents honor, University of Pennsylvania
2009, American College of Radiology A3CR2 Advisor's Award
2017-present, Reviewer, American Journal of Radiology
2015-present, Ad-hoc reviewer, European Journal of Pediatrics
2021-present, Co-Chair, Virtua Credentials Committee, Virtua Health System
2020-present, Pediatric Radiology Physician Representative, King of Prussia Hospital Operations Planning Group, CHOP Specialty Care & Surgery Center
2020-present, Pediatric Radiology Representative, King of Prussia Hospital Physician Leadership Group, CHOP Specialty Care & Surgery Center
2020-present, Pediatric Radiology Physician Representative, King of Prussia Hospital Leadership Committee, CHOP Specialty Care & Surgery Center
2019-present, Credentialing Committee, Virtua Health System
2018-present, Physician Advisory Group
2017-present, Pediatric Radiology Representative, Radiology Quality and Safety Committee, Virtua Health System
2017-present, Pediatric Radiology Representative, MR Safety Committee, Virtua Health System
2014-present, Pediatric Radiology Representative, Radiation Safety Committee, Virtua Health System
2012-present, Medical Director of Pediatric Imaging, Virtua Health System
2012-present, Radiology Quality Patient Safety Committee, Department of Radiology
2012-present, Board Member, Virtua/CHOP Pediatric Diagnostic Imaging Joint Venture
2006-present, Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)
2021-present, American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP)
2014-present, Academy of Radiology Leadership and Management (ARLM)
2013-present, Radiology Leadership Institute (RLI)
2010-present, Society for Pediatric Radiology (SPR)
2010-present, American Board of Radiology (ABR)
2006-present, American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS)
2006-present, American College of Radiology (ACR)
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