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Dr. Bethany Niell, MD, PhD

Dr. Bethany Niell, MD, PhD

Section Chief of Breast Imaging, Moffitt Cancer Center
Dr. Bethany Niell, MD, PhD is the Section Chief of Breast Imaging at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida. She earned her MD degree and her PhD in cancer epidemiology from the University of Michigan. After completing her diagnostic radiology residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital in 2010, including serving a year as Chief Resident, she joined the faculty of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital in the Division of Breast Imaging within the Department of Radiology. In 2015, Dr. Niell transitioned to the Division of Breast Imaging at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute as an Associate Member. Since 2017, Dr. Niell has served as the Section Chief of Breast Imaging at Moffitt Cancer Center. She is a board-certified subspecialty-trained breast radiologist. Her clinical practice involves interpreting mammograms, ultrasound, breast MRI and performing image-guided breast biopsies. Her research interests include the optimal utilization of breast imaging and breast cancer risk stratification. Dr. Niell currently serves on the American College of Radiology (ACR) Society of Breast Imaging Screening Leadership Group, chairs the ACR Commission on breast imaging government relations committee, and vice-chairs the National Comprehensive Cancer Network panel on breast cancer screening and diagnosis.

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