Apr 1, 2020
Adam and Naresh talk once again with Dr. Sujay Sheth, this time exploring the COVID-19 Wuhan Virus. The three discuss what the virus is, why it needs to be taken seriously, and when we might be able to get back to a sense of normalcy. Dr. Sheth also explains what exactly the virus does to the human body.
Dr. Sheth is a diagnostic radiologist in Chicago, IL, working for Midwest Imaging Professionals, working in emergency and acute imaging. He also works part-time in mammography/breast imaging as a clinical faculty at the University of Chicago. He completed his medical training at the University of Pittsburgh, followed by radiology residency at the University of Chicago and a sub-specialty fellowship in breast imaging and ultrasound at the University of California, San Francisco.
While in medical school at the University of Pittsburgh, he obtained an MBA with a focus on finance and health care economics. As a result, Dr. Sheth's interests include health care workflow optimization, logistics, and operations when he is not reading patient cases.
Outside of medicine, he enjoys traveling, politics, geography, history, and winter sports.