Kevin Berger, M.D. is a staff Radiologist, Neuroradiologist and Director of PET/CT at Chesapeake Medical Imaging. Dr. Berger received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan. He also received his medical degree from the the University of Michigan, graduating in 1994.
Dr. Berger received his Diagnostic Radiology residency and Neuroradiology fellowship training at Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University, St. Louis. More recently, Dr. Berger was assistant professor of Radiology and Director of PET/CT at Michigan State University.
Dr. Berger is well published in PET/CT with over 100 abstracts and articles. He was one of four physicians to design the first fusion PET/CT scanner. Dr. Berger developed sodium fluoride PET imaging for Cardinal Health at MSU and he also pioneered quantitative PET brain analysis tools. Voted one of top 20 physicians nationwide in molecular imaging. Serves on advisory boards and speaking bureaus for PET for General Electric, Cardinal Health and Educational Symposia. He is currently serving on the ACR appropriateness guidelines committee for neuroradiology and is a consultant to NIH for
Dr Berger joined CMI in January 2012.