Krishna Juluru, MD

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Presidential Innovation Fellow
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Krishna Juluru is a 2021-22 Presidential Innovation Fellow, detailed to the NIH/NIBIB to help advance digital healthcare efforts surrounding RADx and other NIBIB-led initiatives. 

Krishna earned a B.S. with Distinction,magna cum laude, in Applied Physics from Yale University. He earned an M.D. at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where he also completed a residency in Radiology and Fellowship in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). He completed an Imaging Informatics Fellowship at the University of Maryland. At Cornell University Medical Center in New York City, he founded and directed the Radiology Department's advanced imaging lab. In 2013, he moved to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to serve as the first Director of Radiology Informatics, playing key roles in data analysis, health information retrieval and aggregation, and artificial intelligence infrastructure.