Editor in Chief
Andrew Rosenkrantz is Professor of Radiology and Urology at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine, where he serves as Section Chief of Abdominal Imaging, Director of Prostate Imaging, and Director of Health Policy. He previously served as a Senior Affiliate Research Fellow of the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute. He attended medical school at Albany Medical College before completing a diagnostic radiology residency at University of Maryland Medical Center and a fellowship in body MRI at NYU.
With research interests in prostate MRI and health policy, he has over 350 peer-reviewed publications and has mentored over 75 trainees in projects leading to an abstract or peer-reviewed publication. He has served on the editorial boards of American Journal of Roentgenology, Radiology, Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Academic Radiology, and Abdominal Radiology, receiving over a dozen awards for distinction in reviewing from these journals. He was a founding co-chair of the Society of Abdominal Radiology Prostate Cancer Disease-Focused Panel and the editor of a state-of-the-art textbook on prostate MRI. He is a past recipient of the ARRS Berlin Scholarship in Medical Professionalism, the ARRS Melvin M. Figley Fellowship in Radiology Journalism, and the RSNA William R. Eyler Editorial Fellowship. He has received grant funding from numerous national radiology societies, as well as the NIH/NIBIB. He has been named a fellow of the American College of Radiology, Association of University Radiologists, Society of Abdominal Radiology, and Society of Advanced Body Imaging.
Dr. Rosenkrantz was recognized by AuntMinnie in 2018 as the year’s Most Influential Radiology Researcher.
Disclosures: Royalties from Thieme Medical Publishers; past grant support paid to the institution from the NIH/NIBIB, ARRS, ACR, AUR, RSNA, SAR, Department of Defense, and the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute; current salary support paid to the institution from ARRS for AJR editorship; on boards of American College of Radiology and New York State Radiological Society