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Texas Medical Center

Pediatric Radiology
Phone: 832-824-7237
Fax: 832-825-0160


6701 Fannin Street
Suite 470
Houston, TX 77030

Nadia F. Mahmood, MD

Program Director, Residency & Fellowship Education

Section Chief, Ultrasound Imaging
Associate Professor, Radiology, Baylor College of Medicine


School Education Degree Year
Baylor College of Medicine Fellowship Pediatric Radiology 2010
Oakwood Hospital and Medical Center Residency Diagnostic Radiology 2009
St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital Residency Diagnostic Radiology 2007
St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital Internship Transitional 2005
St. Georges Univ. School of Medicine Medical School Doctor of Medicine 2003


Dr. Mahmood is a board certified radiologist by the American Board of Radiology.  Her clinical and research interests include lymphoma, neuroblastoma and oncology-related imaging.  She also serves as one of four radiologists in the division of nuclear imaging with a focus on Positron Emission Tomography (PET) imaging.  Dr. Mahmood completed her subspecialty in Pediatric Imaging at Texas Children's Hospital.  Apart from her clinical and research responsibilities, Dr. Mahmood also serves as Associate Director of the Radiology Education Program as well as Section Chief of Ultrasound Imaging.  She has published in numerous peer reviewed journals, with her most recent project pertaining to urinary tract infections in neonates.  In addition, Dr. Mahmood is involved in multiple regional and national committees, including the one she was recently appointed to with the AIUM. 


Organization Name Role
American Board of Radiology Member
American Roentgen Ray Society Member
Radiological Society of North America Member
Society for Pediatric Radiology Member
Society of Nuclear Medicine Member

Selected Publications

Mahmood A, Mahmood N, Robinson R. Small bowel intussusception: a dangerous sequela to bariatric surgery. Radiology Case Reports 2007;2(1):10-12.

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