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					                                                                                     March 2010

                                    Randheer Shailam, MD
                                    Department of Radiology
                                  Massachussets General Hospital
                                          55 Fruit Street
                                       Boston, MA 02114
                                       Tel: 617-724-4207
                                  Email: rshailam@partners.org


Dr. Shailam is an Assistant Pediatric Radiologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital and an
Instructor in Radiology at Harvard Medical School. He is certified in Diagnostic Radiology by
the American Board of Radiology. Dr. Shailam earned his MD at Albany Medical College, and
completed his residency in radiology at St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester, MA. In 1999, Dr.
Shailam completed a fellowship in Molecular Biology at Georgetown University. He did his
residency in Internal Medicine at Salem Hospital in Salem, MA. He joined the MGH Radiology
Department in 2005, where he completed a fellowship in Pediatric Radiology and was a Clinical
Assistant at Harvard Medical School.

Selected Clinical Trials/Research:

1.      Reviewer for a treatment, randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled, parallel
assignment, safety/efficacy study to determine the efficacy of “drug” compared to placebo in
children with osteogenesis imperfecta. Evaluation of thoracic and lumbar spine x-ray scans using
standard practice criteria. 125 patients/ 250 timepoints.


1994 – 1998       M.D.   Albany Medical School, Albany, New York
1991 – 1995       B.S.   Biology-Art, Union College, Schenectady, New York

Postdoctoral Training:

2005 – 2006       Pediatric Radiology Fellowship, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
2001 – 2005       Radiology Residency, Chief Resident, St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester, MA
1999 – 2000       Internal Medicine Internship/Residency, Salem Hospital, Salem, MA
1998 – 1999       Post-Doctoral Molecular Biology Fellowship, Georgetown University,
                  Washington, DC

Academic Appointments:

2006 –            Instructor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School
2005 – 2006       Clinical Assistant, Harvard Medical School

Hospital Appointments:

2006 -            Assistant Radiologist, Pediatric Radiology, Massachusetts General Hospital


2006              Board Certified in Diagnostic Radiology
                                                                                        March 2010


Publications and Presentations:
1.     Spectrum of MRI Findings in Pediatric Patients with Shoulder Pain/Instability. R. Shailam, A.
       Sunidja. ARRS, April 2008

2.      Case 10-2008 - A 10-Year-Old Girl with Dyspnea on Exertion. Kenan E. Haver, M.D.,
        Christopher J. Hartnick, M.D., Daniel P. Ryan, M.D., Randheer Shailam, M.D., and
        Eugene J. Mark, M.D. N Engl J Med 2008; 358:1382-1390, Mar 27, 2008. Case Records
        of the Massachusetts General Hospital

3.      Spectrum of MRI Findings in Pediatric Patients with Knee Pain. R. Shailam, A. Sunidja.
        Society for Pediatric Radiology, April 2007

4.      Spectrum of Findings With Multiplanar CT and 3DCT in Pediatric Airway Obstruction. R.
        Shailam, S. Westra, H. Desai, S. Brec, S. Anupindi. Electronic Exhibit, Society for Pediatric
        Radiology, May 2006.

5.      System of Care Improvement: Utility of a Radiology Exam Request Form for the Emergency
        Department. R.Shailam, D Bader. ACGME meeting December, 2002

6.      Expression of proneural and neurogenic genes in the embryonic mammalian vestibular system.
        Shailam, R., Lanford, P. J., Dolinsky, C. M., Norton, C. R., Gridley, T. and Kelley, M. W.
        (1999). J. Neurocytol. 28, 809-819

7.      Type 2 iodothyronine deiodinase expression in the cochlea preceding the onset of hearing. A
        Campos-Barros, LL Amma, Z Wang, R Shailam, MW Kelley, D Forrest. Proceedings of the
        National Academy of Science U.S.A. 97:1287-1292(2000).

8.      Expression of Math1 and HES5 in the cochleae of wildtype and Jag2 mutant mice. PJ Lanford,
        R Shailam, CR Norton, T Gridley, MW Kelley. JARO 1:161-170(2000).

9.      Overexpression of MATH1 results in increased numbers of inner hair cells in the mammalian
        cochlea. R. Shailam, P.J. Lanford, M.W. Kelley (Dept. of Cell Biology, Georgetown
        University) Association for Research in Otolaryngology, February 1999.


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