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Specialties & Experience of this Expert Witness

General Specialties:

Neuroradiology and Nuclear Medicine

Keywords/Search Terms:

Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, Brain Tumors, Epilepsy, Aneurysms, Neurodegenerative diseases, Dementia / Alzheimer's disease, Dental pathology, Inner ear pathology, Ocular pathology, Malformations, Cancer, Infection / Encephalitis, COVID, Poisoning, Toxins, Vaccine injury, PET, MRI, CT


B.S. Physics, US Air Force Academy; M.D., Georgetown University; M.P.H., Harvard University

Additional Information

Dr. Douglas exemplifies excellence across multiple domains, boasting a stellar academic background complemented by extensive clinical expertise and a distinguished military service record. With a remarkable 16 years of clinical experience and 5 years as an expert witness, Dr. Douglas stands as a trusted authority in the field. His credentials include triple board certification in diagnostic radiology, neuroradiology, and nuclear medicine, along with an active medical license in Florida. In his expert witness practice, Dr. Douglas provides rapid turn-around times, typically in 1-2 days. In the realm of clinical practice, Dr. Douglas has demonstrated his proficiency through over 250,000 interpretations of MRI scans, PET scans, CT scans, ultrasound, and x-ray examinations. His diagnostic acumen extends to a wide array of conditions, from traumatic brain injuries and strokes to brain tumors, aneurysms, and multiple sclerosis. Moreover, Dr. Douglas has performed over 600 interventional radiology procedures and over 150 nuclear medicine therapy procedures, further solidifying his expertise in the field. In academia and research, Dr. Douglas has left an indelible mark, having served as an Assistant Professor of Radiology at prestigious institutions such as the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Stanford University. His prolific publication record, comprising over 100 peer-reviewed articles, underscores his commitment to advancing medical knowledge. In the past 5 years alone, his i10-index of 23 reflects the significant impact of his research (23 articles cited 10 times or more). Dr. Douglas's accolades include the Radiological Society of North America Roentgen Fellow Research Award and 2 fellowships with the Society of Nuclear Medicine. During his 24 years of military service, Dr. Douglas held the position of Chief of Neuroradiology at the largest US Air Force hospital, where he provided expert guidance and consultation on complex cases. His contributions extended beyond clinical duties to include three deployments totaling over 500 days in Bagram, Afghanistan, and Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar. Dr. Douglas's military honors, including the NASA Astronaut Finalist designation and 10 service medals, attest to his exemplary service and dedication. Complementing his professional endeavors, Dr. Douglas has demonstrated a profound commitment to humanitarian service through five medical missions to Africa. His impact extends to Kenya, where he has held a medical license enabling him to provide teleradiology services for complex brain imaging cases, furthering access to vital medical expertise in underserved regions. A consummate communicator and educator, Dr. Douglas's exceptional public speaking skills have been recognized through accolades such as the Outstanding Fellow Teacher Award at Stanford University (out of 46 fellows) and the Outstanding Radiology Faculty Teaching Award at Travis Air Force Base. His ability to impart knowledge and inspire others underscores his role as a leader in the medical community.