Joe Wildenberg MD, PhD is a board-eligible Interventional Radiology Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. He received his MD and PhD from the University of Wisconsin in 2012.
Joe also completed an Informatics Fellowship and Radiology Residency at Penn, and will finish training in June 2018 with dual eligibility for certification in diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology (DR/IR).
Joe's current work focuses on applying Data Science to the challenges of the medical community including education, patient outreach, and screening compliance. He is also passionate about Interventional Oncology and in-silico molecular modeling.
|2001-2005||Bachelor of Science (B.S.)||Physics
|2005-2012||Doctorate (M.D., Ph.D)||Medicine
- 2017 Pendergrass Symposium Best Clinical Poster
- 2017 WCIO Best Oral Abstract: HCC
- 2017 WCIO Fellow and Resident-in-training Annual Meeting Scholarship
- 2016 Synergy IR Resident/Fellow-In-Training Scholarship
- 2016 Radiology Leadership Institute Summit Scholarship
- 2015 RSNA Resident Research Grant: Magnetic Resonance Guidance and Monitoring of Percutaneous Electrochemical Ablation Using a Novel Coaxial Probe Device
- Wildenberg JC, Chen PH, Scanlon MH, Cook TS. Attending Radiologist Variability and its Effect on Radiology Resident Discrepancy Rates. Academic Radiology. 24(6):694-699, 2017.
- Wildenberg JC, Yam BL, Langer JE, Jones LP. US of the Nongravid Cervix with Multimodality Imaging Correlation: Normal Appearance, Pathologic Conditions, and Diagnostic Pitfalls. RadioGraphics. 36(2):596-617, 2016
- Ge BH, Weber CN, Wildenberg JC, Nadolski GJ, Gade TP, Hunt SJ, Soulen MC, Itkin M. Coaxial probe electrochemical ablation: Initial evaluation of a novel MR-guided ablation technique. J Vasc Interv Radiol. 26(8):1238–1246, 2015
- Wildenberg JC, Chadalavada SC, Akers S, Yagnik PM, Nucifora PG. The Eagle Sign (of Radiologic Diagnosis) Aids in the Management of Spontaneous Intracranial Hypotension: A Case Report. Neurological Cases. 1(2):1-3, 2014
- Wildenberg JC, Tyler ME, Danilov YP, Kaczmarek KA, Meyerand ME. Electrical Tongue Stimulation Normalizes Activity Within the Motion-Sensitive Brain Network in Balance-Impaired Subjects as Revealed by Group Independent Component Analysis. Brain Connectivity. 3(1):87-97, 2013
- Meier TB, Wildenberg JC, Liu J, Chen J, Calhoun VD, Biswal BB, Meyerand ME, Birn RM, Prabhakaran V. Parallel ICA identifies sub-components of resting state networks that covary with behavioral indices. Front Hum Neurosci. 6:281, 2012
- Wildenberg JC, Tyler ME, Danilov YP, Kaczmarek KA, Meyerand ME. Electrical Tongue Stimulation Normalizes Activity Within the Motion Sensitive Brain Network in Balance-Impaired Subjects as Revealed by Group Independent Component Analysis. Brain Connectivity. 1(3):255-265, 2011
- Wildenberg JC, Tyler ME, Danilov YP, Kaczmarek KA, Meyerand ME. High-resolution fMRI detects neuromodulation of individual brainstem nuclei by electrical tongue stimulation in balance-impaired individuals. NeuroImage. 56(4):2129-2137, 2011
- Wildenberg JC, Tyler ME, Danilov YP, Kaczmarek KA, Meyerand ME. Sustained cortical and subcortical neuromodulation induced by electrical tongue stimulation. Brain Imaging & Behavior. 4(3-4):199-211, 2010
- Wildenberg JC, Vano JA, Sprott JC. Complex spatiotemporal dynamics in Lotka–Volterra ring systems. Ecological Complexity. 3(2):140-147, 2006
- Vano JA, Wildenberg JC, Anderson MB, Noel JK, Sprott JC. Chaos in low-dimensional Lotka-Volterra models of competition. Nonlinearity. 19(10):2391-2404, 2006
- Sprott JC, Wildenberg JC, Azizi Y. A simple spatiotemporal chaotic Lotka–Volterra model. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 26(5):1035-1043, 2005
- Sprott JC, Vano JA, Wildenberg JC, Anderson MB, Noel JK. Coexistence and chaos in complex ecologies. Phys. Lett. A 335(2-3):207-212, 2005
RADIOLOGY DATA QUEST
HCC SCREENING COMPLIANCE MODULE
- Automated monitoring of patients eligible for screening for HCC
- Integration with PACS and EPIC
- Automatic generation of reminder messages to referring providers
TRAINEE DISCREPANCY RATES
- Discrepancy rates are a common method to evaluate trainees
- Can simulation help separate actual performance from stochasic effects?
- How can structured reports improve trainee education?
ELECTROCHEMICAL ABLATION DEVICE DEVELOPMENT
- Coaxial ablation device
- Tissue destruction via acid/base chemistry instead of thermal effects
- MRI compatible for precision real-time monitoring