Robert D. Harris, MD
Emeritus Professor of Radiology
Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Middlebury College, BA 1977
U. Vermont College of Medicine, MD 1982
M.P.H. The Dartmouth Institute 2009
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Dartmouth Medical School
Hanover NH 03755
I am interested in applying ultrasound (US), especially compact ultrasound, in low resource settings, both in performing diagnostic US and teaching local providers the basics of ultrasound skills. Many facilities lack any sort of imaging, and this inexpensive technology opens doors for diagnostic capabilities. I have done this in Haiti, Nicaragua, Africa, and Vietnam. I have worked with DMS medical students over the years as well as Radiology residents.
Prospective Comparison of Diagnostic Accuracy Between Point-of-Care and Conventional Ultrasound in a General Diagnostic Department: Implications for Resource-Limited Settings.
Clinical Importance and Natural History of Biliary Sludge in Outpatients.
A 10-year study of factors associated with alcohol treatment use and non-use in a U.S. population sample.
Lymphatic Malformations: A Case-Based Overview.
The disruptive radiologist.
Morbidity associated with schistosomiasis before and after treatment in young children in Rusinga Island, western Kenya.
Utility of compact ultrasound in a mass surgical selection program in Africa: experience of a sonologist at the MV Africa Mercy Hospital Ship's screening day.
A call to arms or making (ultrasound) waves!
ACR Appropriateness Criteria® clinically suspected adnexal mass.
Radiology on the Africa Mercy, the largest private floating hospital ship in the world.