Irfan Shafique, M.D.
Dr. Shafique is a non-invasive radiologist, nuclear physician and nuclear cardiologist with a background in internal medicine. Dr. Shafique received his post-graduate training and fellowship training at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland and at Howard University Hospital, Washington, DC, in the late 80's and 90's respectively. He was a consultant at National Institute of Health and has been involved in PET / Molecular imaging for more than two decades. He has extensive experience in molecular oncology and cardiac imaging. He is board certified in radiology, nuclear medicine, nuclear cardiology and cardiac CT. Dr. Shafique is one of the pioneers of the cardiac computed tomography program at John Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (“John Hopkins BMC”). Dr. Shafique has authored and presented many publications at major national and international meetings. He has extensive experience in collaborating with oncologists and cardiologists and was the first one to form a collaborative program at John Hopkins BMC. He has directed many annual continuing medical education cardiac computed tomography symposiums and co-directs the cardiac computed tomography fellowship teaching/training practicum at John Hopkins BMC. Dr. Shafique is currently lecturing and teaching CME courses at Johns Hopkins medical institutions and provides consultation to molecular imaging companies.
Howard University Hospital, Washington, D.C.