Samuel Stafrace

License Number: 
8113 Diagnostic Radiology

Available in following clinical division(s): 
Body Imaging,

About Samuel Stafrace

Attending Physician

A native of Malta Dr. Stafrace graduated in Medicine and Surgery (M.D.) at the University of Malta Medical School in 1999. After completing MRCP (UK) – (Internal Medicine) in 2002 he relocated to the U.K. where he underwent residency training in Radiology through the North of Scotland Radiology training scheme (2003-2007). Following this he pursued specialist training in Pediatric Radiology at the Children’s University Hospital, Temple Street and Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children, Crumlin, both in Dublin, Republic of Ireland (2007-2008). He worked as a Consultant Radiologist in Scotland (U.K.) providing services at Aberdeen’s Royal Children’s Hospital, Aberdeen Maternity hospital and Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (2008-2014).

His professional career has been focused on being a Pediatric radiologist, educator and administrator. Dr. Stafrace held numerous leadership positions at national and international colleges and societies; was a board member of the European Society of Pediatric Radiology (ESPR) (2008-2013) and is currently Vice Chair of its Educational Committee (2015-).  He was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh in 2013. To date, he has over 50 scientific publications, book chapters and presentations in national and international journals and conferences.

Dr. Stafrace’s current clinical role within Sidra is an Attending Physician in Pediatric Radiology. He is also the Director of Radiological Education and the Lead in Pediatric Ultrasound. Dr. Stafrace holds a faculty position as an Assistant Professor in Clinical Radiology at Weill Cornell Medicine where he regularly teaches.

  •   Degrees:  MD, MRCP (UK), FRCR, FRCP Edin
  •   Specialities:  Pediatric Radiology
15
Years of Experience
2
Clinical Excellence Awards

Publications

Imaging of the digestive tract in infants and young children
This recently published book reviews imaging of the pediatric gastrointestinal tract and accessory digestive organs from a practical approach. Starting with a brief discussion on techniques this is f...
Samuel Stafrace, Johan G. Blickman
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Essential ultrasound techniques of the paediatric airway
Stafrace C, Engelhardt T, Teoh WH, Kristensen MS. Essential ultrasound techniques of the pediatric airway. Paediatric Anaesthesia Feb;26(2):122-31...
Samuel Stafrace, Engelhardt Tom, Teoh Wendy, Kristensen Michael
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Hemodynamics of the fetal renal artery in cases of isolated oligohydramnios between 35 weeks and 40 weeks gestation
Journal of Medical Ultrasound (2014) 22, 207e212...
Samuel Stafrace, Mehmet Burak Ozkan, Elif Ozyazici, Baris Emiroglu, Enis Ozkaya
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Skeletal survey normal variants, artefacts and commonly misinterpreted findings not to be confused with non-accidental injury
Quigley AJ, Stafrace S. (2014) Skeletal survey normal variants, artefacts and commonly misinterpreted findings not to be confused with non-accidental injury. Pediatric radiology. 2014 Jan;44(1):82-93;...
Samuel Stafrace, Alan Quigley
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Ultrasound assessment of acute appendicitis in paediatric patients: methodology and pictorial overview of findings seen
Quigley AJ, Stafrace S. (2013) Ultrasound assessment of acute appendicitis in paediatric patients: methodology and pictorial overview of findings seen. Insights into imaging. 2013 Dec;4(6):741-51...
Samuel Stafrace, Alan Quigley
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