Dr. Tanenbaum is currently Vice President, Chief Technology Officer and Director of Advanced Imaging at Radnet Inc. (since 2015), having come from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York where he attended in Neuroradiology and served as an Associate Professor of Radiology, Director of MRI, CT and Outpatient / Advanced Imaging Development since 2008. Prior to that he spent over 20 years in the private practice of Radiology at the JFK Medical Center / New Jersey Neuroscience Institute as Director of MRI, CT and Neuroradiology.
Dr. Tanenbaum is a senior member of the American Society of Neuroradiology, and long-term member of the Radiological Society of North America. He is a past President of the Eastern Society of Neuroradiology, and the national Clinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging Society and former Editor in Chief of their Journal Vision. He is a member of the Roster of Distinguished Scientific Advisors of the RSNA as well as several panels and committees of the American College of Radiology including the Expert Panel on Neuroimaging and the CPI / Neuroradiology Expert Review Panel. Dr. Tanenbaum is a member of the editorial boards of several journals and educational organizations and is the Associate Editor for Artificial Intelligence of Applied Radiology.
Dr. Tanenbaum is a long-term collaborator with the medical imaging industry and chairs several advisory boards (OEM, pharma, and AI). He has interests in developing applications of AI and machine learning, contrast agents, MR, CT and advanced rendering. Dr. Tanenbaum is passionate about advancing the clinical practice of medicine focusing on patient centric care, efficiency, radiation dose and physiologic imaging. He is an active educator with interests in advanced imaging and innovative value-adding applications in the spine and brain. He has authored over 100 scholarly and peer reviewed articles which have been cited over 1000 times, continues to chair educational and academic meetings and has delivered close to 2000 invited lectures around the world.