Dr. Klein is a highly accomplished medical professional with a strong educational background and extensive training in radiology. They completed their medical degree at the University of Western Ontario in 1994 and subsequently pursued a residency program in Radiology at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, finishing in 1998. Dr. Klein further honed their skills through fellowships in Body Imaging at William Beaumont Hospital in 1999 and Breast Imaging at the University of Michigan Health System in 2000. Their commitment to excellence is underscored by their board certification in Diagnostic Radiology, a testament to their expertise in the field. Dr. Klein has consistently demonstrated their dedication to advancing patient care through their extensive training and ongoing contributions to the practice of radiology. Their main interest is Medical Education and Breast Imaging.
Dr. Klein, in the role of Associate Chair for Department Life and Culture, is driven by three key goals. First and foremost, Dr. Klein is committed to advocating for a positive workplace culture within the department. They strive to create an inclusive and supportive environment where every member feels valued and empowered. Additionally, Dr. Klein serves as a wellness champion, prioritizing the physical and mental well-being of both staff and faculty, promoting a healthier work-life balance. Lastly, as a change agent and innovator, Dr. Klein seeks to initiate positive transformations and introduce innovative practices that enhance the department's overall effectiveness, fostering a forward-thinking and dynamic atmosphere for all.
- University of Western Ontario, 1994
- Mayo Clinic, Radiology, MN, 1998
- Body Imaging, William Beaumont Hospital, 1999
- Breast Imaging, University of Michigan Health System, 2000
- Diagnostic Radiology