Dr. Hudgins is an award-winning head and neck radiologist. She completed her medical training at UCSF and is a former professor of Neuroradiology at Emory University, where she served as Director of Neuroradiology. She has published detailed papers describing the complexities of the head and neck, including the postoperative appearance of the paranasal sinuses and the reconstruction of the neck. In addition to head and neck imaging, her current focus is on directing patient care, and surveying the impact of direct interaction between radiologists and patients. In an exclusive interview, we spoke to Dr. Hudgins to discuss the important role improved interaction plays in a patient’s diagnostic journey. Read the full article on the DocPanel Blog.
UCSF Fellowship, Neuroradiology
UCSF Residency, Neuroradiology
USCF Medical School
American Board of Radiology