Dr. Jannice Aaron is a medical educator and radiologist with over four decades of experience in the healthcare profession. She has been practicing medicine since 1978, and in 1991, she began teaching it as well. She currently serves as both acting chair and associate clinical professor at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, and has been doing so since 1993. She is also currently the medical director of the imaging center at Vencor Hospital Louisville, as well as a staff member at Robley Rex VA Medical Center.
Dr. Aaron began on her career path in 1966, when she was certified as an RN at the Norton Memorial Infantry School of Nursing. In 1973, she received a BS from Western Kentucky University, and finally, in 1977 she received an MD from the University of Louisville.
Throughout her career, Dr. Aaron has displayed an uncommon level of excellence. She was one of three people accepted into the neuroradiology fellowship program at Harvard University in 1982, out of 64 total applicants. For all of her accomplishments and achievements, she was recognized as a distinguished alumnus by Western Kentucky University. Dr. Aaron is a senior member of the American Society of Neuroradiology, and serves on the site survey team of the American College of Radiology.