Dr. Soto is chairman of the Department of Radiology at Boston Medical Center and a Professor of Radiology at the Boston University School of Medicine. He has served as a general medical practitioner with the Hospital San Antonio de Prado in Colombia, section head of Body Imaging at San Vicente de Paúl University Hospital, radiologist at CEDIMED in Medellin, assistant professor of radiology at the University of Antioquia and was vice chairman of Boston Medical Center’s Department of Radiology for ten years.
Dr. Soto is a member of the editorial boards of Radiology and Abdominal Imaging. He has edited seven books and published over 85 original research papers and more than 35 reviews, book chapters and case reports in such publications as Radiology, JAMA, Emergency Radiology, American Journal of Roentgenology, Radiographics, JMRI and Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, among others.
Dr. Soto has given over 100 presentations at conferences and professional meetings held throughout North and South America, Europe and China, in addition to being an invited speaker or lecturer for many others. In addition, he has received honors and awards from the Colombian Ministry of Education, Medellin Medicine Academy, Boston University Medical Center and numerous professional societies.
A native of Medellin with citizenship in both Colombia and the United States, Dr. Soto received his Doctor in Medicine and Surgery and Specialist in Diagnostic Radiology from CES University’s Health Sciences Institute in Medellin, and completed a Radiology Body Imaging Fellowship at Boston University Medical Center. He holds an active medical license in Massachusetts and is American Board of Radiology certified in Diagnostic Radiology.
He is a member of the Radiological Society of North America, American Roentgen Ray Society, Society of Abdominal Radiologists, American Society of Emergency Radiology, New England Roentgen Ray Society, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Colombian Radiological Association, Interamerican College of Radiology and the American College of Radiology.