Regina Hooley MD is an Associate Professor & Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs in the Department of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging at the Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Hooley’s area of medical expertise includes all aspects of breast imaging and direct patient care, including screening and breast interventional procedures. Since Connecticut passed the nation’s first breast density inform law, she has done extensive research regarding breast density and supplemental screening ultrasound, for which she has also received grant support from the Women’s Health Research at Yale. Dr. Hooley has many publications, including scientific manuscripts, review articles, and book chapters and she has been a featured guest for the NYTimes, CBS News, and WNPR. She is a contributor to the popular radiology educational series, StatDx. Dr. Hooley is a co-author of the first tomosynthesis breast imaging textbook, to be published by Elsevier in November 2016. Dr. Hooley has been a faculty member at the Yale School of Medicine for over 15 years.
Years In Practice
Smilow Cancer Hospital