The article Posted on March 30, 2017 by the American College of Radiology begins: A recent analysis of newly added 2014 data to the National Cancer Institute SEER database by R. Edward Hendrick, PhD, shows that the breast cancer death rate has now fallen 38 percent since 1990. Read more...
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Breast Cancer Deaths Continue Yearly Decline
3 Apr 2017
Today Show Episode with Joan Lunden and Dr. Calamari
19 Oct 2016
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...
Gail A. Calamari, MD
Subspecialty neuroradiology with special interest in MRI, mammography and general radiology.
Dr. Gail Calamari’s Medical Training
She graduated Cum Laude from Cornell University College of Arts and Science with distinction in all subjects. She obtained her medical degree from Cornell University Medical College and was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha, the medical honor society. She received the award for Academic Achievement in medical school. Dr. Calamari completed an internal medicine internship at Greenwich Hospital and then completed residency training in diagnostic radiology at the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. After completing a fellowship in neuroradiology at North Shore Hospital-Cornell University Medical Center, she was elected as senior member of the American Society of Neuroradiology.
Dr. Gail Calamari’s Medical Experience
Dr. Gail Calamari joined Rye Radiology Associates, LLP in 1993.
Dr. Calamari currently holds a clinical appointment at Weill Medical College of Cornell University.
The Guide to America’s Top Doctors named Dr. Calamari one of “America’s Top Radiologists.” from 2006 to 2011. Dr.Calamari has also been named one of the “Best Doctors” in Westchester Magazine’s 2015 and 2016 publication.
Dr. Calamari became board certified by the American Board of Radiology in June 1991. She holds memberships with the American Roentgen Ray Society, Society of Breast Imaging, Metropolitan Breast Group, American College of Radiology, American Medical Association and Radiological Society of North America.