More About Me

Dr. Phillips has focused her work primarily on contrast-enhanced mammography, called CEM. She has multiple funded trials studying CEM’s role for breast cancer screening, evaluating its diagnostic performance and the relative cost assessment of the exam. She was invited to participate in the American College of Radiology's (ACR) effort to develop a formal lexicon for CEM for the Breast Imaging and Reporting Database System (BI-RADS) and also co-lead the ACR’s larger effort to develop a national Breast Imaging research registry. She is spearheading multiple retrospective studies evaluating CEM’s performance in the clinical setting.

In addition, Dr. Phillips has shown a significant interest in education/ mentorship through her roles as residency and fellowship director. She has also helped develop multiple local and regional conferences geared toward educating trainees and building community. In 2019, Dr. Phillips was awarded fellowship in the Society of Breast Imaging.

  • Education

    SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine

  • Residency

    St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center

    Fellowship: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Radiology

  • Special Interests

    Breast imaging and procedures

  • Research

    Contrast-enhanced mammography, new technologies, breast cancer screening

  • Location

    830 Harrison Ave
    Boston, MA 02188

  • Pronouns

    She/Her