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Stanton J. Rosenthal, MD, FACR

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Professor, Radiology

Professional Background

Dr. Stanton J. Rosenthal is a Professor of Radiology at the University of Kansas Medical Center with primary responsibilities in the Division of Ultrasound.

Dr. Rosenthal received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Kansas. He had postgraduate training in Internal Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) and U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, New Orleans, LA. Following service in the USPHS, he completed Radiology residency, chief residency and ultrasound imaging fellowship at KUMC and additional fellowship in body imaging at the University of California, Los Angles and San Francisco.

In addition to his clinical and educational work at KUMC since joining the faculty in 1977, Dr. Rosenthal has held multiple administrative positions including Chair and Clinical Service Chief of Radiology 2002-2012, Head of Ultrasound 1980-2018 and President of the Greater Kansas City Radiological Society.

Education and Training
  • MD, Univ. of Kansas-Medical Ctr.



Dr. Rosenthal has been active in medical imaging research during his long career at KUMC, centering on diagnostic ultrasound imaging. Special focus in his work includes extended field of view ultrasound, harmonic imaging and evaluation of flow abnormalities associated with severe liver disease. Dr. Rosenthal has received numerous awards for educational and scientific exhibits at national and international radiology conferences including the Silver Medal of the American Roentgen Ray Society.