Dr. Anjeza Chukus is a Board-Certified Diagnostic Radiologist, CAQ Certified in
Neuroradiology Subspecialty and MQSA Certified in Breast Imaging.
Dr. Chukus graduated with double major Bachelor of Science degrees in Chemistry and Biology from Emory University where she was elected to the Phi Betta Kappa Honor Society. She then received a scholarship to pursue her Medical Degree at the University of Michigan Medical School (Class of 2011). Afterwards, she completed her Radiology residency training at the Mount Sinai Medical Center with a subspecialty in Breast Imaging. Subsequently, Dr. Chukus completed a two-year Fellowship training in Neuroradiology at the Stanford University Medical Center where she was appointed Clinical Instructor in Neuroradiology and was the recipient of the Fellow teaching award and the Roentgen Fellow research award. Dr. Chukus also served as Adjunct Clinical Instructor in the Pediatric Neuroradiology department at the Stanford Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. Dr. Chukus now lives in Miami and has been working with the Intellirad Imaging Group since 2018. She currently serves as the Section Chief of Neuroradiology and Clinical Instructor in Breast Imaging for the AHMC Radiology residency.
Dr. Chukus is actively involved in teaching, research, multidisciplinary cancer committees, and has authored several papers and presented at numerous national and international conferences.