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The research interests of Jeff L. Fidler, M.D., include the evaluation of innovative computerized tomography and magnetic resonance imaging techniques for the assessment of gastrointestinal disease, particularly as it affects the bowel and the liver.
Dr. Fidler is a member of the Department of Radiology. He also receives funding from the National Institutes of Health for collaborative work with Mayo's CT Clinical Innovation Center.
The evaluation and implementation of innovative imaging techniques will lead to improved diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal disease.
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