Hatab CV

Hatab CV

 

POSITIONS

1/2012 – current           President, Essential Physics, Inc., Plano, Texas.

2006 – 1/2012              Director of Clinical Medical Physics, Associate Professor, Department of Radiology, The University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas.

2006 – 1/2012              Full member, graduate faculty in Radiological Sciences, UTHSC San Antonio Graduate School in Biomedical Sciences.

2006 – 1/2012              Associated Faculty, Department of Biomedical Engineering.  The University of Texas at San Antonio, Texas.

2003 – 2006                 Associate Professor, Department of Radiology, Medical Physics Division.  The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas.

1998 – 2006                 Full member, graduate faculty in Radiological Sciences, UT Southwestern Graduate School in Biomedical Sciences.

1996 – 2003                 Assistant Professor, Joint Appointment in the Departments of Radiology and Neurosurgery.  The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas.

1991 – 1995                Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Radiological Sciences.  The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas.

1988 – 1991                Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Physics.  Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.

EDUCATION

1995                           Ph.D. in Radiological Sciences, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas

1991                           M.S. in Physics, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

1988                           B.S. in Physics, The University of Texas, Austin, Texas

CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE

2017                           Fellow, American College of Radiology

2010                           American Board of Science in Nuclear Medicine, Nuclear Medicine Physics and Instrumentation

1999                           The American Board of Radiology, Diagnostic Radiological Physics.

1996                           Licensed Medical Physicist, Texas Board of Licensure for Professional Medical Physicists.

PROFESSIONAL COMMITTEES & SERVICES

2004 – current             Texas Radiological Society, Councilor

2002 – 2004                Texas Radiological Society: Medical Physics Section Member at Large, Secretary Treasurer, Vice Chair, Chair, Alternate Councilor.

2000 – 2006                American Association of Physicists in Medicine: Membership Committee, Regional Organization Committee, Medical Physics Education of Physicians Committee.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Association of Physicists in Medicine, American College of Radiology, Society of Breast Imaging, Society of Nuclear Medicine, Texas Radiological Society, Sigma Pi Sigma, Physics Honors Society

AWARDS

2006-2007, 2007-2008, 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 Teacher of the Year Award: Radiological Sciences Program; Department of Radiology, The University of Texas Health Science Center.

1996: International Cerebral  Hemodynamics Society:  Cerebrovascular Research Award.

1995: American Roentgen Ray Society:  Executive Council Award.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS: 

  1. Al-Senan, D. Mueller, M. Hatab. Estimating thyroid dose in pediatric CT exams from surface dose measurement.  Phys Med Biol, 2012; 57: 4211-4221.
  2. Chintapalli, R. Montgomery, M. Hatab, V. Katabathina, Kenney Guiy. Minimizing Radiation Dose in CT Guided Procedures.  AJR, 2012, 198: W347-W351.
  3. Mueller DL, Hatab MR, Al-Senan R, Cohn SM, Corneille MG, Dent DL, Michalek JE, Myers JG, Wolf SE, Stewart RM. Pediatric Radiation Exposure During the Initial Evaluation for Blunt Trauma.  J Trauma 2011; 70: 724-731.
  4. Al-Senan RM, Hatab MR. Characteristics of an OSLD in the diagnostic energy range.  Phys. 2011;  38: 4396-4405.
  5. Pates JA, Hatab MR, McIntire DD, Cunningham FG, Twickler DM. Determining uterine blood flow in pregnancy with magnetic resonance imaging. Magn Reson Imaging 2010; 28(4):507-510.
  6. Hatab MR, Zaretsky MV, Alexander JM, Twickler DM. Comparison of fetal biometry measurements by ultrasound and three-dimensional reconstruction MRI in term gestations. AJR 2008; 191:340-345.
  7. Hatab MR, Kamourieh S, Twickler DM. MR Volume of the Fetal Cerebellum in Relation to Growth.  JMRI 2008; 27:840-845.
  8. Zaretsky MV, Alexander JM, McIntire DD, Hatab MR, Twickler DM, Leveno KJ. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Pelvimetry and the Prediction of Labor Dystocia.  Obstet Gynecol 2005; 106:919-26.
  9. Hatab MR, Zeeman GG, Twickler DM. The effect of magnesium sulfate on large cerebral artery blood flow in preeclampsia.  J Maternal Fetal & Neonatal Med 2005; 17(3):187-192.
  10. Zeeman GG, Hatab MR, Twickler DM. Increased cerebral blood flow in preeclampsia using magnetic resonance imaging.  Am J Obstet & Gynecol 2004; 191: 1425-9.
  11. Zeeman,G, Hatab M, Twickler D: Maternal Cerebral Blood Flow Changes in Pregnancy. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003; 189: 968-72.
  12. Giller C, Giller A, Cooper C, Hatab M: Evaluation of the Cerebral Hemodynamic Response to Rhythmic Handgrip.  J Appl Physiol 2000; 88: 2205-2213.
  13. Evans GF, Ramus RM, Caire JT, Hatab MR, Twickler DM: Comparison of MR and Sonographic Findings in the Abnormal Fetus.  Journal Women’s Imaging, 2000; 2: 161-167.
  14. Giller C, Hatab M, Giller A: Oscillations in Cerebral Blood Flow Detected with a transcranial Doppler Index.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 1999; 19:452-459.
  15. Giller C, Hatab M, Giller A: Estimation of Vessel Flow and Diameter During Cerebral Vasospasm Using Transcranial Doppler Indices.  Neurosurgery 1998; 42: 1076-1082.
  16. Giller C, Hatab M, Giller A: The Use of a TCD Index to Measure Oscillations in CBF: Are TCD Velocities Reliable?  Cerebrovasc Dis 1998; 8(Suppl. 3): 7.
  17. Hatab M, Giller C, Clarke G: Evaluation of Cerebral Arterial Flow with Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound:  Theoretical Development and Phantom Studies.  Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology 1997; 23: 1025-1031.
  18. Morriss C ,  Twickler  D,  Hatab M ,  Clarke G,  Kaliski  D,  Peshock R, and Cunningham G:  Cerebral Blood Flow and Cranial Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Eclampsia and Severe Preeclampsia.  Obstetrics and Gynecology  1997; 89: 561-568.
  19. Pak CYC, Sakhaee K, Antich P, Zerwekh J, Peterson R, Piziak V, Gonzales J, Hatab M and Poindexter J: Update on the Treatment of Osteoporosis with Intermittent Slow Release Sodium Fluoride and Continuous Calcium Citrate. Osteoporosis, Proc, Fourth International Symposium on Osteoporosis and Consensus Development Conference. Claus Christiansen and Bente Riis, Aalborg, Denmark, 122-124, 1993.

BOOK CHAPTERS:

  1. Giller C, Hatab M, Giller A: Applications of a Transcranial Doppler Area Index.  In New Trends in Cerebral Hemodynamics and Neurosonology.  Edited by Klingelhofer J, Bartels E, and Ringelstein E, Elsevier, Amsterdam (1997).

ABSTRACTS:

  1. R Al-Senan, M Hatab: Evaluation of Dose Variability Along the Z-Axis in Helical CT Using Gafchromic Film. American Association of Physicists in Medicine, Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, July 2012.
  2. Ripley E, Otto P, Hatab M: Repeat Rates and Their Effect on Dose in Transitioning From Screen/Film to Full-Field Digital Mammography. American Association of Physicists in Medicine, Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, July 2011.
  3. Chintapalli K, Hatab M, Guiy K, Choudhary S, Sunnapwar A, Shanbhogue A, Katabathina V, Ojili V: Minimizing Radiation Dose in CT-Guided Procedures: What Every Radiologist Should be Aware Of. American Roentgen Ray Society, Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, May 2011.
  4. Chintapalli K, Hatab M, Guye K, Choudhary S, SunnapwarA, Shanbhogue A, Katabathina V, Ojili V:CT-Guided Abdominal Nonvascular interventions in Radiology: Are we cognizant of the radiation dose? The  Society of Gastrointestinal Radiologists, Annual Meeting, Carlsbad, California, March 2011.
  5. R Al-Senan, M Hatab: Thyroid Dosimetry Methods for Pediatric CT Exams of Radiation during Fluoroscopy Procedures. Radiological Society of North America, 96th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, November 2010.
  6. M A Cura, S Castillo, M Hatab, R Suri: Safe Use of Radiation during Fluoroscopy Procedures.  Accepted – Radiological Society of North America, 96th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, November 2010.
  7. N Ruiz, V Katabathina, M Hatab, R Al-Senan, K Chintapalli: Use of GAFCHROMIC® XR-QA Film for Entrance Skin Dose and Skin Dose Measurements During Computed Tomography-Guided Procedures; An Ongoing Study. American Association of Physicists in Medicine, 52th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 2010.
  8. R Al-Senan, M Hatab, D Mueller: Calculating the Effective Dose for Pediatric Patients From Multi-Detector CT Studies: New Vs. Old ICRP Recommendations. American Association of Physicists in Medicine, 52th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 2010.
  9. R Al-Senan, M Hatab, D Mueller: Measuring Thyroid Dose for a Multi-Slice CT Scanner with OSL, TLD, and ImPACT in An Anthropomorphic Phantom and Teenage Patients.  American Association of Physicists in Medicine, 52th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 2010.
  10. R Al-Senan, N Ruiz, M Hatab: Preliminary characterization of optically stimulated luminescence point dosimeters for diagnostic energy use.  American College of Medical Physics, 27th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, May 2010.
  11. L. Mueller, M.R. Hatab, C. Brougher, R. Al-Senan, M.G. Corneille, D.L. Dent, J.G. Myers, R.M. Stewart, S.E. Wolf, S.M. Cohn: Pediatric Radiation Exposure During the Initial Evaluation for Blunt Trauma.  Western Trauma Association, 40th Annual Meeting, Telluride, Colorado, February 2010.
  12. Hardman, JE Lopera, MR Hatab: Imaging Obesity: Tools for Imaging Overweight Patients. Radiological Society of North America, 95th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, November 2009.
  13. Hatab MR, Goerner FL, Al-Senan RM, Rollins N: Scatter profiles for a 16 slice CT scanner with cylindrical and anthropomorphic head and body phantoms. American Association of Physicists in Medicine, 50th Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, July 2008.
  14. Goerner FL, Al-Senan RM, Giantsoudi D, Hatab MR: Accurate determination of dynamic perfusion CT point doses in a Rando phantom: The importance of the proper orientation and location of the TLD chips in the axial segment. American Association of Physicists in Medicine, 50th Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, July 2008.
  15. Al-Senan RM, Goerner FL, Giantsoudi D, Hatab MR,: The relationship between cerebral perfusion CT dose and MDCT collimation using TLD chips in an anthropomorphic head phantom. American Association of Physicists in Medicine, 50th Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, July 2008.
  16. Hatab MR, Goerner FL, Clarke GD: Evaluating the effect of dielectric resonance on image uniformity at 1.5T and 3T in an ACR MRI phantom filled with mineral oil and silicone fluid. American Association of Physicists in Medicine, 49th Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 2007.
  17. Chang TT, Munoz CM, Hatab MR, Tucker JE: A novel filmless method to determine the accuracy of CT gantry tilt indicators by using commercially available phantom.  American Association of Physicists in Medicine, 49th Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 2007.
  18. Chang TT, Munoz CM, Hatab MR, Tucker JE: A Filmless Method to determine the accuracy of computed tomography (CT) gantry tilt indicators by Using Commercially Available Phantom.  American College of Medical Physics, 24th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 2007.
  19. Twickler DM, Hatab MR: MR evaluation of the fetal corpus callosum in relation to gestational age.  15th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vancouver, Canada, September 2005.
  20. Omar HA, Zaretsky MV, Hatab MR, Alexander JM, McIntire DD, Twickler DM. Comparison of fetal biometry measurements by MRI volumetric post processing and ultrasound in term and post term gestations.  Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 2004.
  21. Zeeman GG, Hatab MR, Twickler DM. Increased large vessel cerebral blood flow in severe preeclampsia by MR evaluation.  Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 2004
  22. Zeeman G, Hatab M, Twickler D: Reduced maternal cerebral blood flow in normal pregnancies by MR evaluation. Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, 23rd Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, February 2003.
  23. Zeeman G, Hatab M, Twickler D: Magnesium sulfate and cerebral blood flow in severe preeclampsia by MR evaluation. Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, 23rd Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, February 2003.
  24. Evans GF, Clarke GD, Ramus RM, Hatab MR, Twickler DM: Correlation of MR and Sonographic Findings in the Abnormal Second Trimester Fetus.  The American Roentgen Ray Society, 100th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May 2000.
  25. Hatab M, Giller C, Giller A: Detecting Oscillations in Cerebral Blood Flow with a Transcranial Doppler Flow Index.  Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 1998.
  26. Clarke GD, Hatab M, McColl R:  Measuring Blood Flow with MRI.  American Association of Physicists in Medicine, 40th Annual meeting, San Antonio, Texas, August 1998.
  27. Hatab M: Technical Considerations of a TCD Flow and Area Index.. The 11th International Symposium on Cerebral Hemodynamics, Utrecht, The Netherlands, May 1997.
  28. Giller C, Hatab M, Giller A: Normal Variations of TCD Indices for Flow and Arterial Diameter. The 11th International Symposium on Cerebral Hemodynamics, Utrecht, The Netherlands, May 1997.
  29. Hatab M, Giller C, Clarke G: Estimation of Changes in Vessel Diameter by Use of Weighted Spectral Intensity: Theoretical Considerations and Phantom Studies.  The 10th International Symposium on Cerebral Hemodynamics, Dallas, Texas, January 1996.
  30. Giller C, Hatab M, Giller A: Estimation of Changes in Vessel Diameter by Use of Weighted Spectral Intensities: Angiographic Verification.  The 10th International Symposium on Cerebral Hemodynamics, Dallas, Texas, January 1996.
  31. Hatab M: Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound: A Step Beyond Velocimetry.  American Association of Physicists in Medicine (Southwest Regional Chapter), Fort Worth, Texas, October 1996.
  32. Spectral Power Density as an Index of Vessel Size in Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound. Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 1995.
  33. Morriss M, Hatab M, Cunningham FG, Clarke G, Kaliski D, Peshock R, Twickler D: Cerebral Blood Flow in Eclampsia and Severe Preeclampsia: A Prospective Study Utilizing Phase-Contrast MR Flow Quantification and Correlation with Parenchymal Spin Echo MR Brain Imaging.  The American Roentgen Ray Society, 95th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May 1995.
  34. Hatab M: Ultrasound Quality Assurance.  American Association of Physicists in Medicine (Southwest Regional Chapter), Austin, Texas, April 1994.