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Gwen E. Guglielmi, M.D.

Gwen E. Guglielmi received her B.S. degree (summa cum laude) from Cook College of Rutgers University in 1979 and was elected to the Alpha Zeta National Honor Society, recognized as a George H. Cook Research Scholar and awarded the Alumni Association Award for Outstanding Scholarship and Service. Dr. Guglielmi earned her M.D. at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in 1983 and was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, recognized as a John Westgate Hope Scholar and awarded the Nathan and Pauline Pincus Prize for Outstanding Achievement as a Clinician.

Dr. Guglielmi completed an internship in internal medicine, a residency in diagnostic radiology, and fellowship in CT/ultrasound and MRI at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. In 1987, she became a diplomat of the American Board of Radiology and was appointed an Instructor in radiology at the University of Pennsylvania. In 1988, she was awarded a Foundation for the Promotion of Cancer Research visiting fellowship at the National Cancer Center Hospital in Tokyo, Japan. Upon her return from Japan, Dr. Guglielmi was appointed an Instructor in radiology at Harvard Medical School and served as a diagnostic radiologist at the Beth Israel Medical Center and at Quincy Hospital. Her publications include articles in the American Journal of Roentgenology and the Journal of Nuclear Medicine. In 1992, Dr. Guglielmi joined Princeton Radiology Associates and the attending staff at the Medical Center at Princeton where she practiced for twenty years. Dr. Guglielmi currently is a member of the Princeton Healthcare Foundation Board and a consultant for BioClinica.

Dr. Guglielmi and her husband, Dr. Thomas F. Vogt, have three sons and reside in Princeton NJ.

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