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Michael Meagher, M.D.

Michael J. Meagher, M.D., FACR, was born and raised in New York. Beginning as an engineering student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, he continued his education at the University of Rochester and Stanford University School of Medicine, graduating with a medical degree in 1969. After house staff training at Cornell - New York Hospital and the University of Washington, interspersed with service in the United States Navy, submarine service, he and his family moved to Honolulu where he has practiced radiology since.

Dr. Meagher is a certified fellow of the American College of Radiology, an honor granted to 10 percent of the practicing radiologists in the United States. He currently serves as professor and division director of radiology at the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine and recently received the JABSOM/Kaiser Foundation Award for excellence in clinical teaching.

Dr. Meagher’s academic interests center around the ongoing education of the entire medical community, in which role he serves as the co-editor of the Hawaii Journal of Medicine and Public Health. He is also interested in patient protection through his chairmanship of the Queen’s Medical Center Institutional Board and vice-chairmanship of the University of Hawaii Co-operative Institutional Review Board.

Married for 46 years, he and his wife enjoy their roles as grandparents of two boys. 

Credentials:

  • Medical Degree – Stanford University School of Medicine
  • House Staff Training – Cornell, University of Washington
  • Academic Position – Professor, JABSOM
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