About Dr. Steven Bier

Over the past two decades, Steven Bier, MD, has contributed his talents as a radiologist to a number of medical and educational institutions. Since summer 2011, Dr. Bier has served as an Attending Radiologist for Jersey City Medical Center. Before accepting this position, Steven Bier, MD, oversaw his own radiology practice in East Brunswick, New Jersey. Between 2005 and 2010, he worked as an Attending Radiologist for different hospitals in New Jersey. Beginning in 2003, Dr. Bier acted as a Body Imaging Radiologist at Corinthian Diagnostic Radiology for a few years. Between 2002 and 2005, he served as a Locum Tenens Radiologist for companies in New Hampshire, Georgia, and New York. In December 2001, he took on the position of Director of Radiology at Beth Israel Medical Center-Kings Highway Division. Steven Bier, MD, operated another private practice in New York City between 1987 and 2000.

A committed educator, Steven Bier, MD, has collaborated with several other noted physicians to write texts for students of radiology. Some of his articles include “Distinguishing Invasive Cancer and Exogenous Hormone Replacement on Mammography,” and “MRI Presentation of Neurocysticercosis.” For the educational website Case in Point, he has contributed several presentations, which are available at http://tinyurl.com/3173emr.

Steven Bier, MD, laid the foundations for his career as a radiologist at the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education and the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. After earning his medical degree, he fulfilled an internship in internal medicine at Lutheran Medical Center. Next, he served as a radiology resident at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Steven Bier, MD, finished his medical training at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center, where he completed an abdominal imaging fellowship.

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