Dr. Roubidoux is Professor of Radiology at the University of Michigan School of Medicine, and a board certified radiologist and is MQSA qualified. She is a Fellow of the American College of Radiology, as well as a Fellow of the Society of Breast Imaging. Her primary area of research is in breast imaging and new technologies for breast cancer detection.
She has been Co-Investigator on several research studies supported by grants from the Department of Defense and National Institutes of Health. The areas of focus include computer-aided detection, breast ultrasound and breast tomosynthesis. At the University of Michigan, she has designed clinical trials and participated collaboratively in clinical studies examining breast ultrasound, CAD, digital mammography, percutaneous ablation, breast density assessment, tomosynthesis, and combined breast ultrasound-tomosynthesis systems.
Dr. Roubidoux earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Microbiology from Brigham Young University, and graduated from the University of Utah School of Medicine. She completed Radiology Residency and fellowship at Duke University Medical Center. She is a Fellow in the Society of Breast Imaging. Dr. Roubidoux has authored 103 peer-reviewed scientific publications, over 250 scientific presentations and is an NIH-funded investigator in Breast Imaging Radiology research.