Thomas C. Winter IiiMD, MA
Dr. Winter graduated from the Robert E. Lee Fighting Lancers public high school in Virginia (valedictorian), received his BA with a double major in math and physics from Duke University (Phi Beta Kappa), and an MA in Physics and MD, also from Duke. His residency was at the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology at Washington University, and fellowship at the University of Washington. His CV includes three patents, >100 refereed scientific publications, >120 scientific presentations, >40 book chapters, and three books.
Dr. Winter’s primary interest is patient care, followed closely by teaching. He has given over 500 invited lectures, >100 of which were outside of the USA (including all continents except Antarctica and Africa). He has particular clinical and research interests include obstetric sonography, musculoskeletal sonography, ultrasound-guided biopsies, tumor ablation, virtual colonoscopy, abdominal transplant organ imaging, and the multistep progression of hepatocellular carcinogenesis. He currently serves administratively as the director of the Body Imaging Section at the University of Utah.