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Professor and Chairman of the UTMB Department of Radiology
An internationally-renowned interventional radiologist, Dr. Walser’s clinical interests are wide-ranging and include the use of non-surgical ablation for treatment of small tumors in the prostate, liver, lung and kidney as alternatives to open surgery.
He has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals and authored textbooks on Interventional Radiology. Dr. Walser has lectured throughout the world regarding minimally invasive cancer treatment. His training in Radiology was at Indiana University and he was a Professor of Radiology at the Mayo Clinic in Florida for 5 years before taking the chairman’s role at UTMB in 2012.
Anne leads the clinical care prostate team at UTMB since 2016 as a Nurse Practitioner credentialed by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Leticia coordinates insurance eligibility and benefits and coordinates schedules to ensure prostate procedures occur smoothly.
Amy directly works with Medicare and other insurance carriers to authorize and schedule ablation procedures. She also gets orders from the UTMB team to patients for blood labs, imaging and medications before and after these procedures.
Emily works directly with patients to provide information and set up appointments with the prostate care team at UTMB.
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