- M.D., Medicine, Medical College of Georgia, 1999
- B.S., Biology and German, University of Georgia, 1994
- Neuroradiology Fellowship, Duke University, 2005
- Diagnostic Radiology Residency, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2004
- Transitional Year Internship, Atlanta Medical Center, 2000
- American Roentgen Ray Society (member)
Dr. Keyserling reviews medical imaging studies and addresses issues pertaining to medical imaging. He is a licensed, board certified radiologist with additional fellowship training and certification in neuroradiology. He has over 15 years of experience as a practicing radiologist, with extensive experience in all aspects of diagnostic radiology, including radiographs, computed tomography (CT) scans, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, and nuclear medicine.
Dr. Keyserling has particular interest in imaging of the brain and spine as well as trauma radiology. His clinical work involves interpretations of images involving traumatic and non-traumatic pathologies as well as consultations with physicians from all specialties, and his academic work includes both research and training of medical students and residents.
Dr. Keyserling maintains an academic appointment as assistant professor of radiology at Emory University with a primary clinical appointment at the Atlanta VA Medical Center. He has been an invited speaker at both national and international conferences. He also provides clinical services to the VA's National Teleradiology Program, interpreting imaging studies from acute care settings across the VA's national network of hospitals and clinics. He serves as the radiology education liaison for Emory's radiology department at the Atlanta VA Medical Center. In addition to his clinical and academic duties with Emory and VA, he also serves as a consultant radiologist to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Division of Global Migration and Quarantine, where he provides teaching sessions for civil surgeons and provides radiologist oversight for the development of an artificial intelligence program to aid in immigrant screenings.