Assistant Dean for Career Development
Professor, Department of Radiology
Biren A Shah, MD, is a board-certified breast imaging radiologist with the Detroit Medical Center in Detroit, Michigan, and the Associate Residency Program Director of Diagnostic Radiology for Wayne State University School of Medicine, also of Detroit. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and received his medical degree from the Sackler School of Medicine/New York State – American Program Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. He completed his radiology residency in Diagnostic Radiology at William Beaumont Hospital and his fellowship in Breast Imaging at Henry Ford Hospital. Dr. Shah's clinical interests are radiology resident/fellow education, medical student education in radiology, and clinical breast imaging research.
- American Board of Radiology (Diagnostic Radiology)
Education and Training
- Fellowship 2008, Breast Imaging, Henry Ford Hospital
- Residency 2001, Diagnostic Radiology, William Beaumont Hospital - Royal Oak
- MD 1996, Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University
- BS 1992, Cellular and Molecular Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
- Breast Imaging & Intervention
Shah B.A., Mirchandani A., Abrol S. Impact of same day screening mammogram results on women’s satisfaction and overall breast cancer screening experience: a quality improvement survey analysis BMC Women's Health. 2022;22
Hussain S., Omar A., Shah B.A. The Breast Imaging Medical Audit: What the Radiologist Needs to Know Contemporary Diagnostic Radiology. 2021;44:1-5.
Shah B.A., Jeon J.Y., Crane E.P., Baffoe N.A., Joseph B. Collaboration, collegiality, and sharing of resources: Benefits of a visiting professor exchange program in breast imaging Journal of Breast Imaging. 2020;2(5):492-500.
Shah B.A., Staschen J., Pham N., Johns A. Communicating Mammography Results: By What Method and How Quickly Do Women Want Their Screening Mammogram Results? Journal of the American College of Radiology. 2019;16(7):928-935.
Guys N., Khan S., Kezlarian B., Shah B. Primary osteosarcoma of the breast Applied Radiology. 2017;46(12):28-30.
Lin T., Lin D., Zhang Z., Shah B.A. Metastatic endometrial serous carcinoma to the breast Applied Radiology. 2017;46(11):42-45.
Baltuonyte A., Ruparelia V., Shah B. Surgical breast tissue specimen handling and transportation in radiology Radiologic Technology. 2016;87(5):564-568.
Pinkney D., Mychajlowycz M., Shah B. A prospective comparative study to evaluate the displacement of four commercially available breast biopsy markers British Journal of Radiology. 2016;89(1065)
Shah B., Sever A., Cressman S. Breast Imaging BINGO: an Educational Game to Supplement the Traditional Assessment Style Medical Science Educator. 2016;26(3):383-387.
Brem R., Tabár L., Duffy S., Inciardi M., Guingrich J., Hashimoto B., Lander M., Lapidus R., Peterson M., Rapelyea J., Roux S., Schilling K., Shah B., Torrente J., Wynn R., Miller D. Assessing improvement in detection of breast cancer with three-dimensional automated breast US in women with dense breast tissue: The somoinsight study Radiology. 2015;274(3):663-673.
Li J., Shah B. Survey on imaging management and handling of breast surgical specimens by radiologists Journal of the American College of Radiology : JACR. 2014;11(9):890-893.
Pinkney D., Shah B. Prospective comparative study to evaluate the sonographic visibility of five commercially available breast biopsy markers Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. 2013;29(4):151-158.
Shah B.A., Mandava S.R. Breast imaging: A core review Breast Imaging: A Core Review. 2013:1-304.
Zintsmaster S., Morrison J., Sharman S., Shah B.A. Differences in pain perceptions between automated breast ultrasound and digital screening mammography Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. 2013;29(2):62-65.
Mossa-Basha M., Fundaro G.M., Shah B.A., Ali S., Pantelic M.V. Ductal carcinoma in situ of the breast: MR imaging findings with histopathologic correlation Radiographics. 2010;30(6):1673-1687.