Dr. Oshinski is well known for his collaborative efforts between Emory and Georgia Tech's Department of Biomedical Engineering, along with his dedication to advancing the technologies of MR imaging. One area of concentration is the development of Cardiovascular MRI for clinical and basic science applications. Dr. Oshinski has worked on development of the contrast-enhanced MRA and phase-contrast MR for rapid assessment of the aorta and the peripheral runoff vessels. He also Implemented SSFP cine imaging for rapid breath-hold assessment of cardiac function, IR recovery sequences for myocardial perfusion imaging, and creating a protocol for using MR coronary angiography to diagnose the proximal course of the coronary arteries.
Dr. Robertson received his MD and PhD from Georgetown University. He then completed a general surgery internship at Milton S. Hershey Medical Center at The Pennsylvania State University before an orthopedic surgery research fellowship from Brigham and Women's Hospital and a Harvard combined orthopedic residency from Harvard Medical School. After Harvard, Dr. Robertson went to Johns Hopkins Hospital for radiology residency. He then completed a musculoskeletal radiology fellowship from Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology at Washington University. Before joining the faculty at Emory University Hospital in 2010 as an Acting Professor of Radiology, Dr. Robertson was an Associate Professor in the Departments of Radiology and Bio-Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh. He was also founding President of the private practice Foundation Radiology Group in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.