Dr. Ralph T. Ho is an interventional radiologist
at Mid-South Imaging and Therapeutics in Memphis,
TN. Dr. Ho attended college at Cornell University
from which he received his bachelor's degree in
Biochemistry (1991) and later obtained his medical
degree from Northwestern University Medical
School. He completed his internship in OB/GYN and
his residency in diagnostic radiology at Wayne
State University (1995-2000). Afterwards, he
completed a Trauma radiology fellowship at the
University of Washington (2000-2001) and served as
an Assistant Professor of Trauma and Body Imaging
at the University of Tennessee. In 2003, Dr.
Ho completed a second fellowship in Vascular and
Interventional Radiology at the University of
Tennessee in Memphis (2002-2003).
Dr. Ho has spoken at various radiological meetings
including American Roentgen Ray Society and the
American Society of Emergency Radiology
about trauma radiology and has
co-authored articles on trauma aortic injury and
orthopaedic injuries of the foot and ankle. He is
also a member of the Society of Interventional
Radiology (SIR). His current interests lie in the
treatment of varicose veins by laser ablation and
uterine fibroid embolization.
Previously, Dr. Ho belonged to various
professional and community organizations, such as,
AYPG (Asian Young Professionals Group, a Michigan affiliate of the National Association
of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) and NAAAP
of Seattle). He has also been a member of the
American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS), the
American College of Radiology (ACR), the American
Medical Association (AMA), and the American
Society of Emergency Radiology (ASER).
At Northwestern Medical School, Dr. Ho was a
recipient of a Honors in Senior OBGYN and a member
of the Dean's List and Golden Key National Honor
Society at Cornell University.
Dr. Ho grew up in a suburb of Memphis, TN.
Contact address: Mid-South Imaging &
Therapeutics, 6305 Humphreys Blvd, Suite 205,
Memphis, Tennessee 38120.