Dr. Pomerantz is a magna cum laude graduate of Brown University, earned his M.D. at Columbia University College of Physician & Surgeons, completed his Diagnostic Radiology residency at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP) and his Neuroradiology fellowship at MGH. He is currently an attending neuroradiologist at MGH where he serves as director of Neuro-CT and a faculty Instructor at Harvard Medical School. His focus on clinical integration of new CT technologies, such as iterative Reconstruction and Dual-Energy, has resulted in significant reduction of radiation dose with preserved diagnostic image quality in patients undergoing neuroimaging at MGH, as well as associated publications in high-impact journals and national meeting presentations. He has also authored a radiology workstation software integration platform (RadFusion), deployed across the MGH radiology department, which enhances workflow efficiency, clinical communication, trainee education and research efforts. With the recent establishment of the MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science, Dr. Pomerantz has been able to leverage these footholds in clinical care and informatics in his role at the CCDS as a project leader on Neuro-AI applications in Stroke and Spinal Degeneration (DeepSPINE), focusing not only on algorithm development but rapid clinical integration.