Paige Hopewell, M.D.

Instructor

Department of Radiology


University of Louisville Hospital, 530 S. Jackson St. 502-852-5875 pnhope01@louisville.ed

EDUCATION  

2002     B.S. Nuclear Imaging, Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT), Cambridge, MA

2003     M.S. Nuclear Imaging, Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT), Cambridge, MA

2010     Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

2012     M.D. Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN        

2014     Medicine Intern, Department of Medicine, St. Vincent’s Hospital, Indianapolis, IN

2017     Radiology Resident, Department of Radiology, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY      

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

08/2017 

Instructor/Fellow

Department of Radiology

University of Louisville Hospital

Louisville, KY

CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE

2016                    Board-eligible, ABR Core Examination passed

2013-present       Kentucky Medical License (Resident)

2013-2014           Indiana Medical License (Training)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND ACTIVITIES                                               

1999-2002       MIT Class of 2002 Elected Class Officer

2000-2003       Member, MIT Society of Women Engineers, American Nuclear Society(ANS), MITSEMS, MIT BMES

2001                EMT-B Certification, Licensed in Commonwealth of Massachusetts

2001-2002       MIT Biomedical Engineering Society(BMES) Elected Officeer

2002                Founding Member of MIT Student Emergency Medical Services(SEMS)

2002-2003       Volunteer EMT, MIT-EMS

2004-2005       Indiana University School of Medicine Elected Class Officer

2006-present   Member, American College of Physicians

2008-present   Member, RSNA

2016-present   Member, Society of Interventional Radiology 

HONORS AND AWARDS

2001     American Nuclear Society Student Design Competition, First Place, “A Novel Detection Scheme for the
             Modulated Pebble Bed Nuclear Reactor” Oral Presentation at ANS, Reno, NV

2001     MIT Kelly-Douglas Student Travel Fellowship Award

2007     National MD/PhD Diversity Travel Award

2007     Innovation Poster Contest First Prize at Indiana Health Industry Forum, “ Noninvasive evaluation of
             cellular energetics using 1H and 23NA MRI.”

2013     St. Vincent’s Hospital Research Symposium Abstract Competition First Prive, Case Study, “Acquired
             hemophilia A in an elderly female with MGUS and polymyalgia rheumatic being treated with valproic acid.”

2016     RSNA Student Travel Award, “Vascular Complications on Short-term Follow-up Computed Tomography
             Associated with Irreversible Electroporation (IRE) of Locally Advanced Pancreatic Cancer.”

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2006-10   Graduate Research Assistant, Clinical and Preclinical MR, Dept. of Radiology, Indiana University School of
                 Medicine (IUSM), Indianapolis, IN 

2005        Summer Graduate Research Assistant, Clinical and Preclinical MR, Dept. of Radiology, IUSM,
                Indianapolis, IN

2004        Graduate Research Assistant, Clinical and Preclinical MR, Dept. of Radiology, IUSM, Indianapolis, IN

2001-03   Graduate Research Assistant, Laboratory for Accelerator Beam Applications (LABA), MIT, Cambridge, MA

2001-02   Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP), LABA, MIT, Cambridge, MA

2001        Summer UROP, Lab of Dr. Kathy Held, Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital
                East Charlestown, MA

2000        Summer Research Internship, Pfizer, Inc., Terre Haute, IN

ABSTRACTS AND PRESENTATIONS

1. Hopewell P, Coldwell D, Potts M. Establishing the role and importance of Interventional Radiology in pain management and palliative care of oncology patients with emphasis on novel techniques for pain

amelioration. SIR Annual Scientific Meeting in Washington, DC, USA, March 4-9, 2017. Educational Exhibit ePoster presentation.

2. Hopewell P N, Schulz B J, Van Meter T L, Martin R, Coldwell DM. Vascular Complications on Short-term Follow-up Computed Tomography Associated with Irreversible Electroporation (IRE) of Locally Advanced Pancreatic Cancer. RSNA, Chicago, IL, USA, November 27-December 2, 2016. Oral Presentation.

*Awarded Student Travel Award (Awarded to top-rated abstracts)

3. Hopewell PN and Cation L. Acquired hemophilia A in an elderly female with MGUS and polymyalgia rheumatica being treated with valproic acid. St. Vincent Hospital Research Symposium, Indianapolis, IN. June 12, 2013. Oral Presentation.

*Awarded top abstract award

4. Hopewell PN and Bansal N. Evaluation of Nonalcoholic Liver Disease using 23Na MRI and Shift Reagent-aided 23Na and 31P MRS. ISMRM, Stockholm, Sweden, May1-8, 2010. Accepted for Multimedia Electronic Poster Computer Session.

5. Hopewell PN and Bansal N. Noninvasive Evaluation of Chronic Liver Disease Using 1H and 23Na MR With Subsequent Examination of Underlying Physiological Phenomena Using Shift Reagent-aided 23Na and 31P MRS. RSNA, Chicago, IL, USA, November 29-December 4, 2009. Oral Presentation.

6. Hopewell PN and Bansal N. Investigation of a Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Model Using 23Na, 1H and 31P MR. ISMRM, Honolulu, HI, USA, April 17-24, 2009. Multimedia Electronic Poster Computer Session.

7. Hopewell P and Bansal N. Evaluation of acute hepatic ischemia in rats using 23Na and 1H diffusion-weighted MRI, ISMRM, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 2-9, 2008. Oral presentation.

8. Hopewell P and Bansal N. Noninvasive Evaluation of Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy in a Rat Model, ISMRM, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 2-9, 2008. Multimedia Electronic Poster Computer Session.

9. Hopewell P and Bansal N. Assessing Hepatic Cellular Viability Noninvasively using Diffusion-weighted 1H MRI and Single Quantum and Triple Quantum-filtered 23Na MRI. Medical Scientist Training Program Annual MD/PhD Student Conference, Keystone, CO, July 18-20, 2008. Poster.

10. Indiana Neuroimaging Symposium, Indianapolis, IN, April 25, 2008. In attendance.

11. Hopewell P and Bansal N. Noninvasive Monitoring of Hepatic Tissue Viability by 1H and 23Na MRI- Indiana Health Industry Forum, Indianapolis, IN, June 25-27, 2007. Poster.

*Awarded top prize in IHIF’s poster competition

12. Hopewell P and Bansal N. NMR evaluation of hepatic changes in diet-induced non-alcoholic fatty liver disease models, Indiana Health Industry Forum, Indianapolis, IN, June 25-27, 2007. Poster.

13. Hopewell P and Bansal N. Noninvasive Evaluation of Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy in a Rat Model, Medical Scientist Training Program Annual MD/PhD Student Conference, Keystone, CO, July 27-29, 2007. Poster.

14. Hekmatyar SK, Smucker PS, Hopewell PN, Borgens RB, Bansal N, Diffusion weighted MRI of closed head injury and treatment with PEG (polyethylene-glycol) in rats, ISMRM, Berlin, Germany, May 19-25, 2007. Poster.

15. James JR, Hekmatyar SK, Gao Y, Miller MA, Hopewell P, Babsky A, Bansal N, Non-invasive absolute temperature imaging with TmDOTMA-, ISMRM, Berlin, Germany, May 19-25, 2007. Oral Presentation.

16. Babsky A, Hekmatyar SK, Zhang H, Solomon JL, Hopewell P, Kerkhoff RM, Bansal N, Effect of Cyclophosphamide on the Apparent Diffusion Coefficient of Water and 23Na MRI in the Subcutaneously Implanted RIF-1 Tumor. ISMRM, Miami Beach, FL, USA, May 7-13, 2005. Poster.

17. Pakin SK, Hekmatyar SK, Babsky AM, Hopewell P, Bansal N, Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Temperature Changes Using TmDOTMA-. ISMRM, Miami Beach, FL, USA, May 7-13, 2005. Oral Presentation.

18. Parrish, I., Hopewell, P., Anderson, V., Laughter, M., Trivedi, I. A Novel Method for Flux Measurement in the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor. American Nuclear Society Winter Conference, Reno, NV, USA, November 2001. Oral Presentation.

*Awarded 1st Place in American Nuclear Society’s Student Design Competition.

PUBLICATIONS

PEER-REVIEWED

1. Neal R, Hopewell P, Lenhardt R, Royer J, Schulz B, Ankem M, Obal D. Emphysematous Pyelonephritis, A Rare but Potentially Fatal Anaesthetic Challenge. Submitted to AAS, 2016.

2. Atthe BK, Babsky AM, Hopewell PN, Phillips CL, Molitoris BA, Bansal N. Early monitoring of acute tubular necrosis in the rat kidney by 23Na-MRI, Am J Physiol Renal Physiol, 297(5):F1288-98, 2009.

3. Pakin SK, Hekmatyar SK, Hopewell P, Kerkhoff R, Babsky A, Bansal N. 1H MRI of Thulium 1,4,7,10-tetraazacyclodoecane-,,,-tetramethyl-1,4,7,10-tetraacetic acid (TmDOTMA-) for noninvasive temperature mapping, NMR in Biomed., 19:116-24, 2006.

4. Babsky A, Hekmatyar SK, Zhang H, Hopewell P, Solomon L, Bansal N. Application of 23Na MRI to monitor chemotherapeutic response in RIF-1 tumors, Neoplasia, 7:658-66, 2005.

5. Hekmatyar SK, Hopewell P, Pakin SK, Babsky A, Bansal N. Noninvasive MR thermometry using paramagnetic lanthanide complex of 1,4,7,10-tetraazacyclodoecane-,,,-tetramethyl-1,4,7,10-tetraacetic acid (DOTMA4-), Magn. Reson. Med., 53:294-303, 2005.

6. A., Parrish, I., Hopewell, P., Anderson, V., Laughter, M., Trivedi, I., “A Novel Method for Flux Measurement in the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor,” Proc of the 2001 American Nuclear Society. November 2001.