Stephen Rose, MD

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Stephen Rose, MD

Director of Clinical Research

Outside of academic centers, Dr. Stephen Rose is one of the best-known clinical researchers in the field of mammography, having published six research studies on digital breast tomosynthesis (3D mammography). A board-certified radiologist, he has dedicated his practice to the diagnosis of early-stage breast cancer for more than two decades.

As the Director of Clinical Research for Solis Mammography, Dr. Rose oversees all of Solis’ proprietary clinical research initiatives, as well as the collaborative research and development efforts conducted with medical technology innovators. He is also the founder and president of Rose Imaging Specialists, the nation’s largest group of breast imaging specialists.

Education

1978-1982 JOHNS HOPKINS MEDICAL SCHOOL
Doctor of Medicine
Baltimore, Maryland

1975-1978 VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY
Bachelor of Arts in Molecular Biology
Nashville, Tennessee

Postgraduate Training

1982-1986 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT HOUSTON
Houston, Texas

FLEXIBLE INTERNSHIP
Life Flight Surgeon, Hermann Hospital Trauma Center, General Surgery,
M.D. Anderson Cancer Institute. Internal Medicine, St. Joseph’s Hospital

RESIDENCY-DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY
M.D. Anderson Cancer Institute
Hermann Hospital Trauma Center
Texas Children’s Hospital
St. Joseph’s Hospital

Publications

4/2018 – Tomosynthesis Impact on Breast Cancer Screening in Patients Younger than 50 Years Old. Rose SL, Shisler JL AJR April 2018

5/2017 – Effect of Age on Breast Cancer Screening Using Tomosynthesis in Combination with Digital Mammography. Rafferty EA, Rose SL, Miller DP, et al. BCRT May 2017

11/2016 – Tomosynthesis Impact on Screening Patients 40 to 49. Rose SL. RSNA November 2016.

9/2014 – A Reader Study Comparing Prospective Tomosynthesis Interpretations with Retrospective Readings of the Corresponding FFDM Examinations; Academic Radiology vol. 21 issue 9, September 2014; pages 1204-1210

6/2014 – Breast Cancer Screening Using Tomosynthesis in Combination with Digital Mammography; JAMA vol. 311 no. 24, June 2014; pages 2499-2507

6/2013 – Implementation of Breast Tomosynthesis in a Routine Screening Practice: An Observational Study; AJR:200, June 2013; pages 1401-1408

Professional Societies

  • American College of Radiology
  • Radiologic Society of North America
  • National Consortium of Breast Centers
  • Society of Breast Imaging
  • Texas Medical Association
  • Texas Radiologic Society
  • Harris County Medical Society
  • Houston Radiologic Society