Assistant Professor of Radiology at Duke University and a Fellow of the Society of Breast Imaging. Lars Grimm received his Bachelor of Science from Stanford University and his Medical Degree and Master’s in Health Science from Yale Medical School.
His radiology residency, chief residency, and breast imaging fellowship was at Duke University before he joined the faculty. He received an early career research grant from the AUR (GERRAF). His research interests are primarily focused on active surveillance for DCIS, radiogenomics, and radiomics in close collaboration with colleagues from surgical oncology, computer vision, and cancer biology.