Benjamin S. Strnad, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology
Benjamin S. Strnad, MD, is an assistant professor of radiology at Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology (MIR) at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Strnad serves as the director for abdominal radiology procedural quality and safety and as the director for the abdominal biopsies service. Following the completion of a diagnostic radiology residency and a fellowship in advanced abdominal imaging, both at MIR, Strnad became a faculty member in 2020.
During his residency, Strnad was honored for excellence in medical student education in the field of radiology. He received his medical degree at McGovern Medical School (UTHealth) in Houston, where he was recognized for outstanding achievement in neuroscience and completed a scholarly concentration in the medical humanities. Strnad completed a transitional year internship at Methodist Hospital at Indiana University in Indianapolis, and earned his bachelor’s degree from the Plan II honors program in liberal arts at the University of Texas at Austin.
ultrasound and CT guided diagnostic procedures; liver, bile ducts, pancreas and abdominal transplant organ imaging