Dr. Macura's clinical expertise and current clinical research interests are in genitourinary MR imaging.
She received an RSNA Seed Grant for her work on MRI in female urinary incontinence and the Young Investigator Award from the Society of Computed Body Tomography and Magnetic Resonance.
She also received the 2006 ARRS Phillips Scholarship to pursue translational research in prostate cancer.
Dr. Macura leads the Imaging Core of the JHU Institute for Clinical and Translational Research funded through the NIH-CTSA initiative.
Dr. Macura was voted the top 5th women's imaging specialist in the country in a national survey of the readership of Medical Imaging Magazine and received the Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award from the radiology residents at Johns Hopkins.
Dr. Macura serves on several committees of national radiology organizations and is a reviewer for Radiology, Radiographics, AJR and the Journal of Urology.
|M.D.||1989||Medicine||Medical University of Lodz, Lodz, Poland|
|Ph.D.||1991||Medical Informatics||Medical University of Lodz, Lodz, Poland|
|Post-Doc||1992||Artificial Intelligence||University of Georgia, Athens, GA|
|Residency||2000||Diagnostic Radiology||Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA|
|Fellowship||2001||Cross-sectional Body Imaging||Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD|
2006 American Roentgen Ray Society 2006 Philips Scholarship awarded funds for a two-year scholarship program focused on the science of clinical investigation as applied to translational research in prostate cancer.
2007 Certificate of Honor, in recognition of the 5th place in the ranking of the "Women’s Imaging Specialist" category of the 2007
Medical Imaging Industry Top 10 Awards: based on current women’s imaging research, cutting-edge techniques, industry interaction, patient care and outcomes, and knowledge in the field.
2008 Bronze Medal from the American Roentgen Ray Society for Educational Exhibit presented at the 108th annual meeting of the ARRS entitled "Multiparametric MR Imaging in the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer".
Certificate of Merit from the Radiological Society of North America, 1992 for infoRAD'92 exhibit entitled: Digital case library: a multimedia resource for radiologists.
Distinguished Paper Award in recognition of outstanding technical presentation at Intelligent Computer-Aided Training and Virtual Environment Technology Conference, May 1993, Houston, TX.
Cum Laude Award from the Radiological Society of North America, 2001 for educational exhibit entitled: Acute Aortic Syndromes.
Special Recognition Award from the President of the American Association for Women Radiologists, 2001 for the work on AAWR web site.
Participant Marconi – AUR Faculty Development Program, Association of University Radiologists, 2001.
Leadership Award from the American Association for Women Radiologists, 2002. Award to attend the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) Faculty Development Seminar.
Young Investigator Award from the Society of Computed Body Tomography and Magnetic Resonance, 2003
Cerfiticate of Merit from the American Roentgen Ray Society, 2004 for scientific exhibit entitled: Female Pelvic Floor Assessment with Dynamic MR Imaging.
Bronze Medal from the American Roentgen Ray Society, 2004 for scientific exhibit entitled: Role of MR Imaging in Evaluation of the Urethra in Incon¬tinent Women.
Radiology Editor’s Recognition Award for reviewing with Distinction, in recognition of outstanding service as a reviewer of scientific manuscripts submitted for publication in Radiology.
Cum Laude Award Scientific and Educational Exhibits, European Congress of Radiology, Vienna 2005: MR imaging of the urethral sphincter in incontinent women.
Cum Laude Award for Scientific Presentation from the Society of Computed Body Tomography and Magnetic Resonance 2005.
Teacher of the Year 2005 Residents’ Award, Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science, The Johns Hopkins University