Fellowship trained in Magnetic Resonance Imaging at Johns Hopkins Hospital
|Medical School:||University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine|
|Internship:||Crozer-Chester Medical Center|
|Radiology Residency:||Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Barnes-Jewish Hospital|
|Fellowship:||The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Magnetic Resonance Imaging|
|Boards:||Diagnostic Radiology, Cardiovascular Computed Tomography, Nuclear Cardiology|
|Special Interests:||Musculoskeletal MRI, Cardiac Imaging, Abdomen Pelvic MRI|
Growing up in Tysons Corner, VA, Dr. Schutz discovered his academic interests were wide ranging. Science and history resonated with him, as did a subject more unusual: forensic techniques used in crime detection. "College was an exploratory time of trying out many options," he said. "I considered being a lawyer but decided a career in medicine was the best way to bring all my interests together. The part of medicine I enjoy most is solving the mysteries — figuring out what's going on with patients," he said. "Descriptions of the presenting problem are typically generic, for example, ' abdominal pain.' I like looking for clues in the images and assembling them logically to come to specific conclusions."
When he's not solving medical mysteries, Dr. Schutz enjoys spending time with his wife, Amanda and their three children. Favorite family activities include outdoor excursions, from hiking to skiing, along with travel.