Brett Staller, MD

North Broward Radiologists, PA

  • Joined 2005
  • Executive Board Member – Treasurer

Specialty:

Education:

  • Medical College of Pennsylvania, M.D., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July, 1995-May, 2000
  • Emory University, B.S., Atlanta, Georgia, August, 1991-May, 1995

Residency and Internship Training:

  • Residency: University of Miami School of Medicine/Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida, July, 2001-June, 2005
  • Chief Resident: University of Miami School of Medicine/Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida, February, 2004-February, 2005
  • Internship: Internal Medicine, Mount Sinai Hospital, Miami Beach, Florida, July, 2000-June, 2001

Fellowship Training:

  • Fellowship: Musculoskeletal Radiology, : University of Miami School of Medicine/Jacksonn Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida, June, 2005-Present

American Board of Radiology Certification:

  • 2005

Honors / Awards:

  • Winning presentation: “CT Angiography in the Evaluation of Penetrating Trauma to the Subclavian Axillary, and Zone 1 Common Carotid Arteries”, Brett Staller, Felipe Munera, June, 2004
  • Radiological Society of North America: “Triple Contrast Helical CT in the Selective Management of Penetrating Wounds to the Abdomen: Experience in a Large Patient Population”, December, 2003
  • American Society of Emergency Radiology, “Helical CTA in the Diagnosis of Subclavian Artery Injuries Resulting from Penetrating Trauma, cum laude citation, October, 2003

Certification:

  • Board Certified Diagnostic Radiology

Licensure:

  • State of Florida

Hospital Affiliations:

  • North Broward Hospital District, Broward County, Florida: Broward General Medical Center, Coral Springs Medical Center, Imperial Point Medical Center, North Broward Medical Center University of Miami School of Medicine/Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida

Associations:

  • American Medical Association
  • Florida Medical Association

Presentations / Publications:

  • “CT Angiography in the Evaluation of Penetrating Trauma to the Subclavian Axillary, and Zone 1 Common Carotid Arteries”, Brett Staller, Felipe Munera, presented to Florida Radiological Society, July, 2004
  • “Triple Contrast Helical CT in the Selective Management of Penetrating Wounds to the Abdomen: Experience in a Large Patient Population”, Brett Staller, Felipe Munera, Presented to Radiological Society of North America , December, 2003
  • “Helical CTA in the Diagnosis of Subclavian Artery Injuries Resulting from Penetrating Trauma”, cum laude citation, presented to American Society of Emergency Radiology, October, 2003
  • “Helical and Multislice CTA following Penetrating Trauma to the Subclavian and Axillary Arteries”. Published in Emergency Radiology

Professional Societies:

  • Florida Radiologic Society

Professional Experience:

  • North Broward Radiologists, P.A., North Broward Hospital District, Broward County, Florida, Radiology Journal Club Facilitator, University of Miami School of Medicine, July, 2003-Present Medical Student Radiology Lecturer, University of Miami School of Medicine, July, 2001-Present Radiology Resident Conference Lecturer, University of Miami School of Medicine, July, 2001-Present
  • Clinical Skills Course Facilitator, Medical College of Pennsylvania, August, 1999-May, 2000
  • Biochemistry and Anatomy Instructor, Medical College of Pennsylvania, August, 1997-May, 1998