Paul B Lewis, MD Expert Witness
Curriculum Vitae

Contact this Expert Witness

  • Company: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)
  • Phone: 312-209-7285
  • Cell: 312-209-7285
  • Fax: 844-209-1572
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Specialties & Experience of this Expert Witness

General Specialties:

Interventional & Vascular Radiology and Diagnostic Radiology

Keywords/Search Terms:

medical communication, standard of care, vascular access, bleeding, embolization, vascular ultrasound, IVC filter, fibroid embolization, anticoagulation, biopsy, indications, prostate embolization, aneurysm, diagnostic error, delay in diagnosis, medical imaging, imaging interpretation


MD, Rush University Medical College; MS, Rush University Graduate College; MBA, University of Pittsburgh Katz School of Business

Years in Practice:


Additional Information

I am a fellowship-trained, board certified physician in diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology with over 6 years of practice. I practice in an academic setting in which I teach other physicians the techniques, rationale and standards of care in both diagnostic and interventional radiology. I work on the national level in the Society of Interventional Radiology and American College of Radiology. In those settings I work on continued medical education content review, quality initiatives and data analytics. My experiences a consultant and expert witness began in 2020 and now have included opining on the standards of care, evaluating cases for merit, performing blind reviews, providing second opinions, deposing and giving in court testimony on diagnostic radiology cases and/or interventional cases for plaintiff and defense attorneys. Your client has their trust in you. And with me, we work together to fulfill that trust. I communicate clearly to non-medical people about medical events and/or radiological findings. That bridge built between imaging and understanding starts with our discussion. From there, I remain consistent and present concisely and confidently even in the most difficult situations. Throughout this process I remain fair and objective: I independently exam the facts of the case, report findings that are pertinent, reason with clarity and form opinions that are decisive. Finally, more often than not, I am found to be relatable by people.