Bilow, Ronald M., M.D.

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Emergency - MSK, Faculty
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January 22nd, 2014


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Faculty Biography
Ronald M. Bilow, M.D.

Ronald M. Bilow, M.D.

Phone:
(713) 704-0100
Fax:
(713) 704-5413
Email:
Ronald.M.Bilow@uth.tmc.edu
Sr. Staff Assistant:
Maria.C.Prado@uth.tmc.edu
  • Title(s)
    • Assistant Professor
  • Location(s)
    • The University of Texas Medical School at Houston 6431 Fannin Street, MSB 2.130B Houston, Texas 77030

Seminars

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Education

Undergraduate:
August 1983-June 1987
Los Angeles Valley College
Van Nuys, California
August 1987-June 1991
California State University
Northridge, California
BA, Cellular and Molecular Biology
Graduate:
August 1991-June 1992
California State University
Northridge, California
Post baccalaureate, unclassified
July 1992-June 1996
Finch University of Health Sciences/The Chicago Medical School
North Chicago, Illinois
MD

Postgraduate Training

Internship
June 1996-June 1997
University of California, San Francisco
Fresno/San Joaquin Valley Medical Education Program
General Surgery
Residency
July 1997-June 2001
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Medical Education Program
Diagnostic Radiology
Santa Barbara, California
Fellowship
Fellowship
July 2001-June 2002
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Diagnostic Radiology
July 2002-October 2002
University of California, San Diego Medical School
Musculoskeletal Radiology
May 2007-October 2007
University of California, San Diego Medical School
Musculoskeletal Radiology

Professional Focus

Dr. Bilow is dedicated to the service of the American Society of Emergency Radiology (ASER). He has served on the ASER Education Committee for the past 8 years, of which the past three years he has been the committee chair. He is the ASER website editor, a member of the ASER Bylaws committee, and also sits on the ASER Executive Committee. He has worked on the Scientific Program committee for the ASER Annual Meeting and Conferences for the past 8 years, and formerly coordinated their Case of the Day exercises. Lastly, he regularly provides peer review of articles submitted for publication in the ASER journal, Emergency Radiology.

Locally, at UTHealth, Dr. Bilow has shown continued interest in quality improvement, resident and medical student education, and medical school activities. He volunteers annually to serve on committees, assist in medical school admissions interviews, and JAMP (a renowned pre-medical preceptorship program for underprivileged college students).

Board Certification

November 2003
American Board of Radiology (Lifetime Certificate)

Honors and Awards

2005
American Society of Emergency Radiology Fellow (FASER)
California State University-Northridge
Cum Laude
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