Roger Boodoo, MD, Co-Founder, Diagnosis Protocol & Clinical Informatics Fellow, University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System

Roger is a board-certified radiologist and currently finishing up a Clinical Informatics Fellowship at the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System in Chicago. He is an assistant professor of Radiology at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU). Dr. Boodoo received his BS from Drexel University and MD from USU.  Dr. Boodoo completed his radiology residency at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. His startup aims to revolutionize the field of medical imaging and artificial intelligence by incentivizing global participation to contribute and curate better datasets for machine consumption. Diagnosis Protocol wants to eliminate the potential for human error in diagnostic imaging. Roger desires to replace himself with a machine so he can spend more at the beach.  In his spare time, he enjoys listening to podcasts, watching horror movies, practicing Krav Maga, and learning about blockchain and human networks.