Watch the Today Show episode with Joan Lunden speaking with Dr. Calamari about mammography and the importance of knowing if you have dense breasts: Read more...
Recent News and Views
Today Show Episode with Joan Lunden and Dr. Calamari
19 Oct 2016
The Omnibus Bill means good news for mammography screening!
29 Dec 2015
As reported by The Society of Breast Imaging: The House and Senate passed legislation placing a two-year moratorium on the implementation of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force 2015 draft recommendations on breast cancer screening. Read more...
Dr. Sejal Amin
Dr. Sejal Amin trained in Women’s Imaging and specializes in breast imaging and interventional breast procedures, as well as body imaging
Dr. Sejal Amin joined Rye Radiology Associates, LLP in 2015. She is fellowship trained in Women’s Imaging and specializes in breast imaging and interventional breast procedures, as well as body imaging. Prior to joining Rye Radiology, Dr. Amin was at a private practice in Northern Virginia.
Dr. Amin graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She was awarded a research fellowship at the National Cancer Institute at NIH and has been published in the Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences and Journal of Biological Chemistry. Dr. Amin obtained her medical degree from University of Massachusetts Medical School. She completed her residency training in diagnostic radiology at Georgetown University Hospital, followed by a fellowship in women’s imaging with emphasis on breast imaging and breast interventions, inclusive of breast MRIs and MRI-guided procedures.
Dr. Amin was board certified by the American Board of Radiology in 2011. She is a member of the American Roentgen Ray Society, the Society of Breast Imaging, and The New York Metropolitan Breast Cancer Group. She has been published in Abdominal Imaging and has been a clinical investigator in breast cancer imaging trials. She has also participated in medical student education during residency/fellowship during her private practice.