Researcher’s Profile

Victoria L. Mango, MD

Director Breast Imaging Fellowship
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Dr. Victoria L Mango is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at Columbia University Medical Center in the breast imaging section and board certified in Diagnostic Radiology. After graduating from Haverford College and New York Medical College, she completed radiology residency training at NYU and a breast and body imaging fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. She is Director of the Breast Imaging Fellowship at Columbia and devoted to teaching medical students, residents and fellows. She has presented lectures and research at local and national meetings and was one of 25 national grant recipients to participate in the ARRS Clinician Educator Development Program. 

Dr. Mango is dedicated to community service and patient outreach. She received an AmeriCorps education award recognizing over 1,700 hours of community service. She recently traveled to Chandigarh, India on a Rad-Aid International Global Fellowship to work with Asha Jyoti Women's Health Mobile Imaging Program. She has also traveled to Kenya to volunteer with Many Hopes- an organization that finds, rescues, houses and educates orphaned and abandoned girls- providing health-related education and health services. Dr. Mango’s research interests include a tailored approach to breast MRI, including abbreviated MRI protocols, and the application of breast cancer screening programs to underserved populations in the US and abroad.

Dr. Mango is a member of the Radiological Society of North America, American Roentgen Ray Society and Society of Breast Imaging. She serves as Secretary for the New York Breast Imaging Society.

Publications: 

Mango V, Kaplan J, Sung JS,  Moskowitz CS,  Dershaw DD,  Morris EA. Breast carcinoma in augmented patients: MRI findings. AJR 2015; 204(5):W599-604.

Mango V, Morris EA, Dershaw DD, Abramson A, Fry C, Moskowitz CS, Hughes M, Kaplan J and Jochelson MS.  Abbreviated protocol for breast MRI: Are multiple sequences needed for cancer detection?  European Journal of Radiology 2015; 84: 65-70.

Ha R, Jin B, Mango V, Friedlander L, Miloshev V, Malak S. Breast cancer molecular subtype as a predictor for utility of preoperative MRI. AJR 2015; 204(6):1354-1360.

Anthony M, Nguyen D,  Friedlander L,  Mango V, Wynn R, Ha R. Artifacts in Breast MRI.  Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology published online September 2015.

Ha R, Kim H, Mango V, Wynn R.  Ultrasonographic features and clinical implications of benign palpable breast lesions in young women. Ultrasonography 2015; 34(1):66-70.