Lori  Deitte, M.D.

Lori Deitte, M.D.

Professor of Radiology & Radiological Sciences

Research Description

Clinical Interest

As a Professor of Radiology and the Vice Chair of Education, Dr. Deitte is very active with teaching at all levels: medical students (hands-on ultrasound sessions), residents, fellows and practicing physicians. Additional interests include curriculum development, faculty development and mentoring. Dr. Deitte is a nationally recognized speaker and faculty development facilitator. She has co-authored more than 30 peer-reviewed articles and three book chapters. Additionally, she has given more than 100 invited regional, national and international presentations, including presentations in Romania, Switzerland, Austria and Israel. Her medical mission work includes two trips to Honduras to teach ultrasound workshops.

Dr. Deitte specializes in body imaging and ultrasound. Her clinical practice includes providing coverage of Vanderbilt’s level I trauma center, with high volume emergency, oncologic, urologic, gynecologic, transplant, and gastrointestinal imaging. She is a regular participant and contributor to Vanderbilt’s multidisciplinary GU Tumor Board.

Dr. Deitte is a member of the American College of Radiology Board of Chancellors as the Chair of the Commission on Publications and Lifelong Learning. She also serves as the co-editor for the column “Civil Discourse” in the Training and Education Section of the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Section: Body Imaging

VUMC email: lori.deitte@vumc.org

Selected Publications