Doctor of Medicine
Bachelor of Science in Cell and Molecular Biology
Utility of MRI in diagnosis and management of infectious disease and oncology, MRI of the prostate and other advanced pelvic MRI applications including dynamic pelvic MRI and defocography ; Gastrointestinal imaging with a focus on MR entrography, CT enterography, and virtual colonoscopy; Whole body diffusion weighted imaging, applications of ultrasound elastography, imaging of fatty liver and spectral CT applications.
MRI of the prostate and other advanced pelvic MRI applications including dynamic pelvic MRI and MR elastography. Gastrointestinal imaging with a focus on inflammatory bowel disease through MR and CT enterography. Virtual colonoscopy. Whole body diffusion weighted imaging.
|Committees & Administrative Responsibilities|
Dr. Spieler serves as the Vice Chairman of Research for the Department of Radiology and coordinates the department's annual research symposium.
Additionally, Dr. Spieler also serves on multiple committees at the University level including Faculty Search, Research Advisory and International Travel Committees. Dr. Spieler also serves as a committee member on the national level through the American College of Radiology and Association of University Radiologists through the Radiology Research Alliance. He is also an active member in the Society of Abdominal Radiology and the American Roentgen Ray Society.
Prior to his medical training, Bradley attended Tulane College where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. Earlier on, he hailed from Bonnabel High School, graduating as Valedictorian. He is an avid world traveler, music lover, devoted Saints fan, and enthusiast of all things “New Orleans”. He has and continues to serve the community through active involvement in nonprofit organizations such as the American Heart Association, Camp Tiger and Charlie's Saints Marching Club.