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Bauer, David M., MD

Bauer, David M. MD

Specialty

Radiology

Subspecialty

Musculoskeletal Imaging

Department

Medicine

Certified In

American Medical Association, American College of Radiology, American Roentgen Ray Society

Address

P.O. Box 4165 - Missoula, MT 59806-4165

Phone

(406)-721-4906

Fax

(406)721-9221

Education

Undergraduate:​

University of Denver, BS Biological Science

Graduate:

University of Denver, MS Biological Science

Medical School:

Dartmouth Medical School, MD

Residency:

University of Utah, Diagnostic Radiology

Fellowship:

University of Utah, Musculoskeletal Imaging


Interests

Sports - running, triathlons, snowboarding, cross country skiing, tennis, golf, basketball, ultimate frisbee, frisbee golf

Travel - both within the US and internationally

Guitar 


Research

08/2005 - 11/2005 
Dartmouth Medical School, Dept of Radiology
Research elective study, Dr. Michael Tsapakos
Outcomes research on coronary artery assessment using 64 detector row multislice spiral computed tomography (MSCT).  Designed study for first 20 patients at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center to have coronary CT with 64 detector MSCT. 

08/2004 - 8/2005 
Dartmouth Medical School, Dept of Gastroenterology
Research Assistant, Dr. Brian Lacy
Outcomes research on gastroparesis, manometry, and Bravo capsule pH monitoring. 

08/1999 - 07/2001  
University of Denver, Dept of Biology
Research Assistant, Dr. Robert Dores
Studied evolution of opioid/orphanin gene family in multiple species of fish using molecular sequencing of genes. Completed research for master’s thesis.

10/1997 - 10/1999  
University of Denver, Dept of Psychology
Research Assistant, Dr. Yuko Munakata
Studied child memory development working with babies age 5-24 months.  Received Partners in Scholarship award from the University of Denver for specific project studying development of means-end skills in infants.

08/1997 - 10/1998  
University of Denver, Dept of Biology
Research Assistant, Dr. Judith Snyder
Cell biology research on organelle motility, specifically studying dynein motor proteins.  Completed this research for undergraduate honor's thesis.