Name & Credentials (MD, DO, MBBS, etc.): David Zander, MD
Professional Title(s): Assistant Professor, Radiology
Chief, Head and Neck Radiology
Institution or Practice: University of Colorado (Denver, CO)
Where did you complete the following?:
Undergraduate: University of Colorado (Boulder, CO)
Medical School: University of Nebraska Medical Center (Omaha, NE)
Radiology Residency: University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (Iowa City, IA)
Fellowship(s): Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School (Boston, MA)
# Years in Practice: 5
# Years as ASHNR member: 6
Primary research, clinical, or educational interest(s): Protocol development, H&N cancer, parathyroid imaging, teaching temporal bone anatomy.
What do you look forward to most about the ASHNR Annual Meeting? Enjoying amazing educational content while simultaneously catching up with great friends and colleagues.
Do you have a particular ASHNR member or mentor that you admire (and why)? Dr. Hugh Curtin – he is an encyclopedic resource for of all things H&N, while also incredibly affable, always approachable, and tirelessly supportive of his colleagues. Also, many thanks to Dr. Smoker for introducing me to the world of H&N and the ASHNR.
What is your favorite (anatomic) part of the head & neck? T-bone and cranial nerves
What was your childhood dream job? Ski bum / ski patroller
What is one thing people might be surprised to know about you? My music library is full of hippie jambands. I’m in my happy place when reading a stack of H&N cases while rocking to a funky Phish show from the late 90’s or grooving to the 1970’s Grateful Dead.