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MIDensebreasts.org is an education resource created by the University of Michigan in conjunction with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services for primary care providers. Continuing medical education activities have been designed to further provider understanding of the Michigan Breast Density Notification Law and its implications for patient care.

Development Team

Cheryl T. Lee, MD
Dr. Robert H. and Eva M. Moyad Professor of Urology
University of Michigan Health System

Dr. Lee is a nationally known board-certified urologic oncologist at the University of Michigan and Director of the Office of Continuous Professional Development. She has expertise in continuing medical education (CME) and the use of Performance Improvement CME to advance clinical care. She is an avid patient advocate serving on the Board of Directors of the American Cancer Society (Lakeshore Division) and the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network. Her research efforts are focused on health outcomes and cancer survivorship in high risk cancer patients.

Caren M. Stalburg, MD, MA
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology
University of Michigan Health System

Dr. Stalburg is a board-certified obstetrician gynecologist at the University of Michigan and Chief of the Division of Professional Education in the Department of Learning Health Sciences. She has expertise in on-line education through her work with the Office of Digital Education and Innovation at the University of Michigan and on the Coursera open educational platform. Her course, “Instructional Methods in Health Professions Education” has had over 20,000 participants world-wide over the past 2 years.

Renee W. Pinsky, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology
University of Michigan Health System

Dr. Pinsky is a board certified radiologist at the University of Michigan who has dedicated her career to breast imaging and the early diagnosis of breast cancer. She is actively involved in the clinical and interventional breast imaging services, research and legislative issues in breast cancer diagnosis and management. Her major areas of focus include breast density implications for imaging and women as well as premalignant and pre invasive diagnoses such as Atypical Hyperplasia and Ductal Carcinoma in Situ. She is also a committee member of the American Board of Radiology addressing certification of new radiologists.