Joy Sclamberg, MD, is an assistant attending in the Department of Diagnostic Radiology at Rush University Medical Center. She is director of the Residency Training Program.
Sclamberg was awarded a B.S. degree with distinction from the University of Wisconsin. She received a medical degree from Northwestern University Medical School in June 1997. She completed her internship in internal medicine at Brown University in Rhode Island in 1998. She began her radiology residency at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Mass., at Harvard University and completed her residency and body imaging fellowship training at Rush University in 2003.
Sclamberg is a member of the body imaging department, with interests in CT and ultrasound. Her primary specialty is ultrasound, including fetal, abdominal, pelvic and gynecologic ultrasound, and vascular ultrasound. She also performs ultrasound-guided procedures as well as saline-infused hysterosonography.
Sclamberg was recognized as the Intern of the Year in 1998. She was awarded an RSNA Research award in 1999, and was elected chief resident at Rush in 2002. She has published articles in peer-reviewed journals, and has been asked to speak at citywide ultrasound CME conferences.