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Diagnostic, pediatric, nuclear radiology.

Location:
Chicago, IL
Posted:
June 18, 2019

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IRA S. WOLKE, M.D., Ph.D.

*** ***** ******* **., #****

Chicago, Illinois 60654

Primary - Phone/Fax: 312-***-****

Secondary only - Cell: 312-***-****, no texts

E-mail: ac9m13@r.postjobfree.com

Revised May 15, 2019

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING:

11/2003 – 10/2004 Northwestern University/Children’s Memorial Hospital

Chicago, IL

Pediatric Radiology Fellowship

07/1999 – 06/2000 The University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center

Chicago, IL

MRI/CT/US Fellowship (body imaging and neuroradiology emphasis)

07/1996 – 06/1999 Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center

Detroit, MI

Diagnostic Radiology Residency

07/1995 – 06/1996 Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn/Oakwood Hospital and Medical Center

Dearborn, MI

Diagnostic Radiology Residency

07/1994 – 06/1995 Northwestern University/McGaw Medical Center

Chicago, IL

Nuclear Medicine Residency

07/1993 – 06/1994 Illinois Masonic Medical Center

Chicago, IL

Internal Medicine Internship

EDUCATION:

05/1993 The University of Illinois College of Medicine – Peoria and Urbana

M.D.

03/1985 The University of Illinois at Chicago

Ph.D., Metallurgical/Materials and Biomedical Engineering

12/1979 Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

M.S., Physiology

12/1971 Northeastern Illinois University – Chicago

B.A. with honors, Psychology

05/1971 Kendall College (absorbed by National Louis University) – Chicago, IL

A.A., Liberal Arts

SKILL SET:

All adult, pediatric, nuclear modalities including nuclear cardiology and PET; no mammography or IR.

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CERTIFICATION:

The American Board of Radiology:

All 3 certificates meet the requirements of Maintenance of Certification.

Diagnostic Radiology – June 12, 2002, no expiration.

Subspecialty certification in Pediatric Radiology – June 6, 2006.

Subspecialty certification in Nuclear Radiology – June 7, 2005.

LICENSURE:

Active: AL, AR, AZ, CA (and X-ray), CO, CT, FL, GA, HI, IL (and drug, and nuclear medicine authorized user), IN, IA, KY, LA, MD, MA, MI, MN, MO, NE, NV, NJ, NM, NY, NC, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI, WY, U.S. DEA – FL, IL, NY.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

2005 - Present: Radiologist and Nuclear Medicine Physician

Ira S. Wolke, M.D., Ph.D., S.C. Locum tenens and teleradiology.

All adult and pediatric modalities, excepting mammography and interventional.

2000 - 2005: Staff Radiologist and Clinical Associate- Division of Biological Sciences

The University of Chicago Hospitals, including Bernard Mitchell Hospital, Comer Childrens’ Hospital, and Weiss Memorial Hospital.

Chicago, IL.

1987-1988 & 1989-1993: Medical Student and Research Associate

The University of Illinois College of Medicine.

Urbana and Peoria, IL.

1986-1989:: Consulting Biomedical and Materials Engineer

U.S. Food and Drug Administration and private industry.

Washington, D.C. and Chicago, IL.

1985 - 1986: Senior Scientist - Divisions of Microgravity and Life Sciences

National Aeronautics & Space Administration/General Electric Aerospace

At NASA headquarters in support of the administration and development of scientific programs for the Space Shuttle and Space Station.

Washington, D.C.

1978 - 1984: Research Associate, Research Assistant, and Teaching Assistant

The University of Illinois at Chicago.

Research and teaching in materials science, advanced human physiology,

biophysics, artificial organs, and prosthetic devices.

Chicago, IL.

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PUBLICATIONS:

Refereed:

State of the Art Porous Coating of Orthopedic Implants. Division of Mechanics and Materials Science,

U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 1987.

"Low Temperature Impact Properties of Phosphorus and Sulfur Doped and Sensitized Type 304 Stainless

Steel." Metallurgical Transactions A, 17A: 663-668, 1986.

"Grain Boundary Corrosion of Sulfur and Phosphorus Doped and Sensitized AISI 304 Stainless Steel."

Corrosion, 40(11): 598-604, 1984.

Other:

Ph.D. dissertation. Grain Boundary Chemistry and Physical Properties of Phosphorus and Sulfur Doped

Type 304 Stainless Steel. The University of Illinois at Chicago, 1985.

M.S. thesis. Cardiopulmonary Responses in the Chicken with Cut Middle Cardiac Nerves: Effect of

PICO2. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1979.

PRESENTATIONS:

Chicago Radiological Society. February 19, 2014. Pediatric section: Congenital Heart Disease.

Chicago Radiological Society. February 19, 2009. Resident board review.

Chicago Radiological Society. November 19, 2008. Pediatric section: Congenital Heart Disease.

The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine 10th and 11th Annual Radiology Review Course:

Chicago, IL. The Pediatric Airway. March 31, 2004, March 15, 2005.

Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 1999 annual meeting; Chicago, IL. Characterization of

CSF Dynamics in Syringomyelia Associated with Chiari Malformation. Alperin N, Stelzig C, Lee SH,

Camras L, Wolke IS, Charbel F, Loth F.

American Institute of Mechanical Engineering –The Metallurgical Society, Fall 1984 meeting.

Intergranular Fracture, Corrosion Susceptibility and Impurity Segregation in Sensitized Type 304

Stainless Steel.

American Institute of Mechanical Engineering, Spring 1983 meeting. Embrittlement of Sulfur and

Phosphorus Doped and Sensitized Type 304 Stainless Steel.

American Institute of Mechanical Engineering, Fall 1982 meeting. Time-Temperature-Sensitization

Diagrams of Sulfur and Phosphorus Doped Stainless Steel.

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VOLUNTEER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

2003 - 2010: Lincoln Park Zoo

Chicago, IL

Medical Advisory Committee

05/2010 – 12/2010: NPH Saint Damien Children’s Hospital

Haiti

Pediatric radiologist via teleradiology

10/2007 – 12/2009: United States Amateur Boxing, Inc.

Ringside Physician

11/2005: U. S. Public Health Service and Federal Emergency Management Agency

New Orleans, LA

Hurricane Katrina relief effort volunteer in victim identification.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)

Society for Pediatric Radiology (SPR)

GRANTS:

National Institutes of Health (NIH) Grant: Sensory Deficits in Otocraniofacial Anomalies. The University

of Illinois College of Medicine, Center for Craniofacial Anomalies, 1980.

RESEARCH:

Functional brain imaging. Attempting to look at SPECT and PET and MRI to identify focal changes in

brain perfusion in specific clinical neurological and psychiatric conditions.

HONORS:

Northeastern Illinois University – Chicago, IL

Bachelor of Arts Degree with honors, December 1971

University of Illinois College of Medicine – Peoria, IL

Dean’s Commendation for Medicine Open House, March 1991

Radiology Case of the Week annual winner, June 1992

SKILL SET:

All adult, pediatric, nuclear modalities including nuclear cardiology and PET; no mammography or IR.



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