UW Radiology

David Moeller, MD

Dr. Moeller received his undergraduate degree at Purdue University in 1972, majoring in biology. His medical training was at the University of Michigan Medical School, where he received his MD degree in 1976. Postgraduate training was at the University of Washington, first as a resident in the Department of Radiology between 1976-80, serving as Chief Resident in 1979-80, followed by a fellowship in ultrasound/CT at UW from 1980-81. He moved to Anchorage, Alaska in the summer of 1981 and joined Alaska Radiology Associates based at Providence Alaska Medical Center.

Dr. Moeller is currently senior partner of a group of 12 radiologists, one vascular surgeon, and four nurse practitioners. In addition to body imaging and general radiology, he is one of the five dedicated mammographers in the group. He enjoys fly fishing, travel, history, bird hunting with his Labrador retriever and is a private pilot with instrument and seaplane ratings, enjoying many of the opportunities Alaska has to offer. Dr. Moeller has served as a board member of Alaska Center for Performing Arts since 1992. He is a supporting member of The Civil War Trust, Trout Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, and the Wounded Warrior Project. Dr. Moeller belongs to the ACR, ARRS, RSNA, Alaska State and Anchorage Medical Societies, and Alaska State Radiological Society