A health system in the area has added a pair of radiologists to its team.
Metro Health – University of Michigan Health said last week it hired Dr. Mark Traill, a diagnostic radiologist, and Dr. Matthew Tiede, a vascular interventional radiologist.
They expand a team specializing in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases using the latest medical imaging procedures.
Both doctors serve patients at the Chris & Joan Panopoulos Imaging Center at Metro’s main hospital in Wyoming, at 5900 Byron Center Ave. SW.
Dr. Mark Traill
Traill specializes in interpretation of mammograms and breast ultrasound, breast biopsy and breast and body MRI. His experience includes the use of artificial intelligence applications for breast cancer detection on mammograms, which is an advancement increasingly seen as a way to improve diagnostic accuracy.
He is the owner of the startup MammoBot, which uses this technology and is pending FDA approval, according to its website.
Traill has been in practice for more than 30 years and was previously a staff radiologist at Swedish American Hospital in Rockford, Illinois.
After receiving his medical degree from the Wayne State University School of Medicine, Traill completed his residency at Michigan State University and a fellowship at Tufts University School of Medicine.
Dr. Matthew Tiede
Tiede has a background caring for patients with simple and complex venous disease.
Tiede provides a wide range of services for patients: those dealing with portal hypertension; tumors of the liver, kidney, bone and lung; uterine fibroids; pelvic congestion; varicocele and vertebral compression fracture.
He has previously worked for the Center for Vein Restoration, Kent Radiology and Mercy Health.
He received his medical degree from the Wayne State University School of Medicine, followed