Dr. Anat Kornecki , M.D.

Laidley Affiliation

Associate Professor,
Department of Medical Imaging,
Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry
University of Western Ontario

Education & Training
2003 - 2004 Clinical Fellow, Sunnybrook and Women’s College Hospitals, University of Toronto, Women’s Imaging, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2002 - 2003 Clinical Fellow, UHN and Mount Sinai Hospitals, University of Toronto, Abdominal Imaging, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1999 - 2002 Tel Aviv University, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Diploma studies in Diagnostic Imaging, Tel Aviv, Israel
1998 - 2002 Resident, Wolfson Medical Center, Holon, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Department of Diagnostic Imaging, Tel-Aviv, Israel
1986 - 1992 MD, Tel Aviv University, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv, Israel
2009 - present Associate Professor, Department of Medical Imaging, Radiology, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, The University of Western Ontario
2014 - 2015 Cancer Care Ontario - Member, Breast Cancer Pathway Working Group
2014 - 2015 Ontario Breast Screening Program - Member, MRI Advisory Panel for OBSP Guidelines for High Risk Patient
2013 – 2017 Member, Appointments and Promotions Committee
1. Liu F, Kornecki A, Shmuilovich O, Gelman N. Optimization of time-to-peak analysis for differentiating malignant and benign breast lesions with dynamic contrast enhanced-MRI. Academic Radiology 2011;18:694-704.
2. Kornecki A. Current Status of Breast Ultrasound. CARJ, 2011 Feb; 62 (1): 31-40
3. Wylie J, Morrison GC, Naik K, Kornecki A, Kotylack TB, Fraser DD. Lung contusion in children-early computed tomography versus radiography. Pediatr Crit Care Med, 2009 Nov; 10 (6): 643-7
4. Ma K, Kornecki A, Bax J, Mundt Y, Fenster A. Development and validation of a new guidance device for lateral approach stereotactic breast biopsy. Med Phys June, 2009 Jun; 36 (6): 2118-29
5. Bluvol N, Kornecki A, Shaikh A, Fernandez DDR, Taves D, Fenster A. Free-hand versus guided breast biopsy: Comparison of accuracy, needle motion, and biopsy time in a tissue model. AJR, 2009 Jun; 192 (6): 1720-5
6. Bellingham G, Kribs, S, Kornecki A, Scott L, Leaker M, Fraser D. Proximal splenic artery embolization in the management of splenic rupture. Pediatr Crit Care Med, 2009 Jan; 10 (1): e1-4
7. Bluvol N, Shaikh A, Kornecki A, Fernandez D, Downey D, Fenster A. A needle guidance system for biopsy and therapy using two-dimensional ultrasound. Med Phys, 2008 Feb; 35 (2): 617-628
8. Glanc P, Brofman N, Abrams J, Kornecki A, Farine D, Salem S. Visualization of the Ovaries in Early Pregnancy by Transvaginal Sonography. J Obstet Gynaecol Can Mar, 2007 Mar; 29 (3): 228-231
9. Glanc P, Brofman N, Salem S, Kornecki A, Abrams J, Farine D. The Prevalence of Incidental Simple Ovarian Cysts >/= 3 cm Detected by Transvaginal Sonography in Early Pregnancy. J Obstet Gynaecol Can Jun, 2007; 29 (6): 502-6
10. Eshed I, Kornecki A, Rabin A, Elias S, Katz R. Unenhanced spiral CT for the assessment of renal colic. How does limiting the referral base affect the discovery of additional findings not related to urinary tract calculi? Eur J Radiol. 2002;41:60-64
11. Navarro O, Dugougeat F, Kornecki A, Shuckett B, Alton DJ, Daneman A. The impact of imaging in the management of Intussusception owing to pathologic lead points in children. A review of 43 cases. Pediatr Radiol. 2000; 30:594-603
12. Kornecki A, Daneman A, Navaro O, Connolly B, Manson D, Alton DJ. Spontaneous reduction of Intussusception: clinical spectrum, management and outcome. Pediatr Radiol. 2000; 30:58-63.
1. Department of Medical Imaging, Outstanding Role Model, Local, Western University (2015)
2. Best Teacher Award, Department of Medical Imaging, Local, Western University(2012)
3. Best Article, 30th Annual International IEEE EMBS Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (2008)
4. Best Resident Research Project, London Imaging Development Symposium, London, Ontario, Canada (2007)