Radiology Personnel

David Lerner, M.D.

Assistant Professor
Abdominal Imaging

Biography

Dr. Lerner went to the University of Kansas School of Medicine, completed his residency at the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2015. He completed a year of abdominal and ultrasound imaging fellowship at the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology at Barnes Jewish Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Lerner was an Assistant Professor at the University of Missouri Kansas-City prior to joining the University of Washington in September 2019.

Dr. Lerner’s research focuses on imaging and surgical interventions in space/microgravity for applications in Low Earth Orbit and Exploration Class Missions as well as remote environments on Earth. He is an Associate Fellow of the Aerospace Medicine Association and board certified in radiology.

Recent Publications

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In Response
Lerner D., Chima R., Patel K., Parmet A.
Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance. 2019 Jun:580-580

Erratum to: Ultrasound guided lumbar puncture and remote guidance for potential in-flight evaluation of VIIP/SANS [Aerosp Med Hum Perform, 90, 1 (2019) (58-62)] https://doi.org/10.3357/AMHP.5170.2019
Lerner D., Chima R., Patel K., Parmet A.
Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance. 2019 Apr:422-422

Ultrasound guided lumbar puncture and remote guidance for potential in-flight evaluation of VIIP/SANS
Lerner D., Chima R., Patel K., Parmet A.
Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance. 2019 Jan:58-62

Technique for performing lumbar puncture in microgravity using portable radiography
Lerner D., Parmet A., Don S., Shimony J., Goyal M.
Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance. 2016 Aug:745-747

Portable radiography: A reality and necessity for iss and explorer-class missions
Lerner D., Parmet A.
Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance. 2015 Feb:140-142

Interventional radiology: The future of surgery in microgravity
Lerner D., Parmet A.
Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine. 2013 Dec:1304-1306