Dr. Nikita Consul grew up in southeast Michigan, before completing her chemical engineering degree at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, and then medical school in New York City, where she advocated for patient-centered healthcare issues as a delegate and committee chair member for the American Medical Association and its Medical Students Section. She specialized in Diagnostic Radiology in Houston, where she then served as a Chief Resident and continued to serve on patient-centered endeavors — she was awarded the prestigious Texas Guiberteau Award for Radiology Resident Excellence upon graduation. After completing her clinical fellowship in Abdominal Imaging in Massachusetts, she returned to Michigan to serve her home community. She continues to advocate for patient-centered care and serves as an editor and reviewer for multiple radiological societies and journals.
- Pancreaticobiliary and Bowel imaging
- Patient-centered imaging interpretation and reporting
- Imaging protocol optimization
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, 2017
Baylor College of Medicine, Diagnostic Radiology, 2022
Massachusetts General Hospital, 2023