Rosalie Jane Hagge, M.D.
Radiology - Nuclear Medicine
- Clinical Professor
Philosophy of Care
My philosophy of care is to provide patients with outstanding service in Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine Imaging and Radionuclide Therapy. Attention to image quality is particularly important in my practice, as is answering the clinical question being asked by the patient and the referring physician. My approach to care is patient-centered, emphasizing collaboration among our team of talented Nuclear Radiologists, Nuclear Medicine Technologists, nurses, referring physicians, other Radiology subspecialists, Health Physics personnel, Biomedical Engineers, and Nuclear Medicine Physicists to achieve the highest quality of care.
Dr. Hagge practices Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine. Her principal interest is clinical applications in high resolution, total-body PET/CT (EXPLORER) with emphasis in Oncology. She also has expertise in Radionuclide Therapy, Nuclear Cardiology, and General Nuclear Medicine.
Dr. Hagge supports Nuclear Medicine research efforts in the Department of Radiology, but the major focus of her practice is patient care and teaching. Her main research interest is clinical applications of the novel high resolution, whole-body PET/CT scanner (EXPLORER). Other interests include observer performance as a metric for evaluating diagnostic imaging systems, and clinical applications in General Nuclear Medicine and Nuclear Cardiology.
M.D., Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis MO 1988
Medical Informatics, Sever Institute of Technology and Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis MO
B.S., Washington University, St. Louis MO 1983
M.S., Washington University, St. Louis MO 1984
Internship: Transitional Year, St. Louis University / St. John Mercy Medical Center, Creve Coeur MO 1988-1989
Radiology / Nuclear Medicine, Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology / Washington University School of Medicine / Barnes Hospital and St. Louis Childrens' Hospital Duke University, St. Louis MO 1992-1993
American Board of Nuclear Medicine, 2016
American Board of Radiology, Diagnostic Radiology,
California Medical License,
American College of Radiology
Society of Nuclear Medicine
Honors and Awards
Teacher of the Year / UC Davis Radiology Residents, 2018
Susan G. Komen Foundation Grant for Breast Cancer Research, 2001
RSNA Roenten Fellow/Resident Research Award, 1997
RSNA award for resident research, 1998
Resident Teaching Award / Duke University Radiology Residents, 1998
G.E. Medical Systems "Excellence in Clinical PET" Award, 1996
Hugh M. Wilson Award for research in Radiology / Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University School of Medicine, 1988
Select Recent Publications
Bowen SL, Wu Y, Chaudhari AJ, Fu L, Packard NJ, Burkett GW, Yang K, Lindfors KK, Shelton DK, Hagge RJ, Borowsky AD, Martinez SR, Qi J, Boone JM, Cherry SR, Badawi RD. Initial Characterization of a Dedicated Breast PET/CT Scanner During Human Imaging. 50(9): 1401-1408, 2009.
Clark RP, Wong G, Johnson LM, Hagge RJ, Ciminello F, Lee J, Stone K, Clark IA. Nasal Dorsal Augmentation with Freeze-Dried Allograft Bone. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 124(4):1312-1325, 2009.
Hagge RJ, Coleman RE. Positron Emission Tomography: Lung cancer. Semin Roentgenol 37(2):110-117, 2002.
Ravizzini GC, Hanson MW, Shaw LK, Wong TZ, Hagge RJ, Pagnanelli RA, Jain D, Lima HS, Coleman RE, Borges-Neto S. Efficiency comparison between 99m Tc-tetrofosmin and 99m Tc-sestamibi myocardial perfusion studies. Nucl Med Commun, 23(3): 203-8, 2002.
Rohren EM, Hagge RJ, Wong TZ, Killius J, Clavien PA, Nelson RC, Paulson EK. The role of F-FDG PET in preoperative assessment of the liver in patients being considered for curative resection of hepatic metastases from colorectal cancer. 2002
Hagge RJ, Wong TZ, Coleman RE. Positron emission tomography: Brain tumors and Lung Cancer. Radiol Clin North Am 5:871-880, 2001.
Hagge RJ, Al-Sugair A, Coleman RE. Non-small cell lung cancer, in Bender H, Palmedo H, Brersaik HJ, Valk PE, eds: An Atlas of Clinical PET in Oncology, Springer, Berlin, pp 153-170, 2000.
Hagge RJ. Hypertrophic osteoarthropathy, in Provenzale JM, Nelson RC. Duke Radiology Case Review: Imaging, Differential Diagnosis, and Discussion. Lippincott-Raven, New York, 1998.
Zimmerman JB, Hagge RJ, Hartzell KM, A determination of the relative visibility thresholds for basis functions of the Frazier-Jawerth transform. SPIE Medical Imaging IV: Image Capture and Display 1232:277-292, 1990.
Miller TR, Hagge RJ, Sampathkumaran KS. Interactive digital filtering of gated cardiac studies during cine display. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging 7(3):188-192, 1988.