MD, Duke University, 2014 – awarded four-year full tuition Dean’s Merit Scholarship
AB, Princeton University, 2010 – Molecular Biology, graduated with highest honors
Internship: Mercy Catholic – transitional year program
Residency: UT Houston – radiology
Residency: SUNY Upstate – radiology
Fellowship (2019): Stanford – body MRI
AOA Service Leadership Project Award (2013) – Our Leadership, Education, and Development team was one of three winners for developing an innovative leadership curriculum for the medical school.
Duke Clinical and Translational Science Award (2013) – Awarded for my research on diffusion-tensor imaging with Prof. James Provenzale
Duke Startup Challenge (2011) – Along with a classmate, took second place out of over 100 teams in university-wide entrepreneurship competition
Wei P, O’Neill P, Rodriguez-Muller B. Automatic detection of pulmonary emboli by 3D convolutional neural networks. Presentation at RSNA 2017
Wei P, O’Neill P, Rodriguez-Muller B, Garg, N. A Deep Learning Algorithm for MRI Classification. Presentation at the Society for Computed Body Tomography and Magnetic Resonance, Nashville, 2017.
Wei, Peter and Chamessian, Alexander. Learning Medicine: An Evidence-Based Guide, 2012
Wei, PT., et al. “Diffusion Tensor Imaging of Neural Tissue Organization: Correlations between Radiologic and Histologic Parameters.” The Neuroradiology Journal 26.5 (2013): 501-510.
Westman EC, Chung J, Wei P. Obesity medicine Management of Type 2 Diabetes with Carbohydrate Restriction. Poster session presented at the American Society of Bariatric Medicine Biannual Conference; 2013 Oct 11-13; Phoenix, AZ.
Fresco JR, Amosova O, Wei P, et al. Site-Specific Self-Catalyzed DNA Depurination, the Basis of a Spontaneous Mutagenic Mechanism of Wide Evolutionary Significance. In: Pontarotti P, ed. Evolutionary Biology–Concepts, Biodiversity, Macroevolution and Genome Evolution. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag; 2011: 3-19.