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Caroline Robson MD
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Caroline D. Robson, MD

Department: Radiology
Research Centers: Radiology Research Center
Hospital Title: Operations Vice Chair Radiology Division; Chief Neuroradiology Director, Head and Neck Imaging
Academic Title: Associate Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School
Research Area: Magnetic Resonance Imaging
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Research Overview

The focus of Caroline Robson's research is pediatric head and neck imaging. Her primary interests and the goals of her research are:

  • To advance the understanding and imaging of pediatric head and neck disorders, with emphasis on temporal bone imaging.
  • To advance the detection and diagnosis of craniofacial and head and neck abnormalities with MR.
  • The correlation of imaging findings with fetal and pediatric genetic disorders

About Caroline Robson

Dr. Robson was awarded her MBChB from the University of Cape Town, South Africa, followed by a residency at Groote Schuur Hospital, South Africa. She later completed a pediatric neuroradiology fellowship at Children's Hospital, Boston. Among her honors and awards: 2000 ASNR Outstanding Presentation Award in Head and Neck Radiology: Robson CD, Mulliken JB, Robertson RL, Proctor MR, Barnes PD. Prominent Emissary Foramina in Syndromic Craniosynostosis: Correlation with Phenotypic and Molecular Diagnosis, presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Neuroradiology, Atlanta, Georgia, April 2000.

Key Publications

  • Robson CD, Rahbar R, Vargas, SO, Marcus KJ, Mack JW, Licameli GR, Grier HE. Sinonasal and laryngeal carcinoma in children: Correlation of imaging characteristics with clinicopathologic and cytogenetic features. AJNR 2010; 31(2):257-261.
  • Robson CD.  Congenital hearing impairment. (Peer reviewed, Review article) Pediatr Radiol 2006; 36(4):309-324.  
  • Robson CD. Imaging of head and neck neoplasms in children. (Peer reviewed, Review article) Pediatr Radiol 2010; 40(4):499-509.

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