Radiology Personnel

Teresa Chapman, M.D.

Residency Program Director
Pediatric Radiology


Dr. Chapman is the Program Director of the Pediatric Radiology Fellowship Program at Seattle Children’s Hospital, and a Professor of Radiology at the University of Washington. In addition to general pediatric radiology, she has expertise in fetal MR imaging and is a team member of the SCH Prenatal Clinic.

Dr. Chapman earned her M.D. at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. She completed a diagnostic radiology residency at the UW, and a pediatric radiology fellowship atĀ Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center, which is now known as Seattle Children’s Hospital.

While on faculty at SCH since 2007, Dr. Chapman’s primary interests have been in resident and fellow education, and fetal MR imaging. She is board certified in both diagnostic and pediatric radiology.

Recent Publications

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“it’s Not a Tumor”: A Rare Case of Symptomatic Cerebellar Developmental Venous Anomaly
Augenstein J., Chapman T., McNeil M., Lo M.
Pediatric Emergency Care. 2019 Feb:E40-E41

A survey of pediatric diagnostic radiologists in North America: current practices in fetal magnetic resonance imaging
Chapman T., Alazraki A., Eklund M.
Pediatric Radiology. 2018 Dec:1924-1935

Diagnosis, histopathologic correlation and management of hepatoblastoma: What the radiologist needs to know
Baheti A., Chapman T., Rudzinski E., Albert C., Stanescu A.
Clinical Imaging. 2018 Nov:273-279

Part-time pediatric radiology: The realities and perceptions of part-time employment in the academic setting
Menashe S., Parisi M., Chapman T., Stanescu A., Wright J., Otto R., Iyer R.
American Journal of Roentgenology. 2018 Nov:971-977

Waking up your lecture
Chapman T.
Pediatric Radiology. 2018 Sep:1388-1392

Perforated jejunitis in a child with acute lymphoblastic leukemia treated with pegaspargase
Tang E., Chapman T., Finn L., Leger K.
Radiology Case Reports. 2018 Jun:568-572

Bi-allelic mutations of CCDC88C are a rare cause of severe congenital hydrocephalus
Ruggeri G., Timms A., Cheng C., Weiss A., Kollros P., Chapman T., Tully H., Mirzaa G.
American Journal of Medical Genetics, Part A. 2018 Mar:676-681

Recurrent bloody stools associated with visceral infantile haemangioma in a preterm twin girl

BMJ Case Reports. 2018 Jan

Establishment of normative values for the fetal posterior fossa by magnetic resonance imaging
Chapman T., Menashe S., Zare M., Alessio A., Ishak G.
Prenatal Diagnosis. 2018 Jan

The Importance of Combined Teaching Methods in Radiology Resident Education
Chapman T., Reid J., O'Connor E.
Academic Radiology. 2017 Oct:1328