Dr. Kozlowski is a Board-Certified Diagnostic Radiologist. She attended the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, Rhode Island, and earned her B.S. from Simmons College in Boston, MA. She received her Doctor of Medicine from Wayne State University Medical School in Detroit, Michigan. Dr. Kozlowski completed a residency program in Diagnostic Radiology and Fellowship in Ultrasound and Computed Tomography at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. She was a staff radiologist at the Henry Ford Hospital before relocating to Knoxville, Tennessee. Dr. Kozlowski developed an interest in mammography during her first year of radiology residency. This interest in breast imaging expanded to breast ultrasound.
When Dr. Kozlowski relocated to Knoxville, Tennessee in 1983, she began the Knoxville Breast Center. Practicing as a Clinical Breast Radiologist, she has paved the way to developing a more efficient delivery of breast health care. It is provided in a woman-friendly, vertically oriented, streamlined, and cost-effective manner.
Dr. Kozlowski is past president of the Knox County American Cancer Society. She serves on the Advisory Board of the local Wellness Center. She was a board member and past president of the National Consortium of Breast Centers. She is the current president of the Aurora Breast MRI Society.
Dr. Caryn Wunderlich is a Board Certified Diagnostic Radiologist with a medical degree from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine in Chicago, IL. Dr. Wunderlich’s surgical residency training was at the University of Chicago and Saint Agnes Hospital in Baltimore, MD, prior to completing her radiology residency at the University of Texas, San Antonio. She completed a fellowship in Radiology Research at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD.
In addition to her breast imaging responsibilities at the Knoxville Comprehensive Breast Center, Dr. Wunderlich is responsible for patient and staff education. She has served on committees with the local branches of the American Cancer Society and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. She lectured on breast imaging to various lay and professional groups throughout East Tennessee.
Dr. Wunderlich has served as a trustee of the National Consortium of Breast Centers. She is a member of the Society of Breast Imaging, the American College of Radiology, and the Radiological Society of North America.
Dr. Webber received his undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and his medical degree from the University of Tennessee, College of Medicine in Memphis, TN. His internship was served at Brooke Army Hospital at Fort Sam Houston TX, followed by a 4 year surgical residency at William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, TX. He completed 9 years of active duty in the U.S. Army and then moved to private practice in Knoxville, TN. His military career continued as an Air Force Reservist for the TN Air National Guard and he is now in the retired Air Force Reserve.
Dr. Webber received his board-certification as a general surgeon in 1978 and later became a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He has performed general surgery in the Knoxville area since 1975. In 1998 Dr. Webber decided to pursue his strong interest in breast disease by devoting all his professional practice to breast treatment, performing therapeutic and diagnostic surgery. His surgical office is at the Knoxville Comprehensive Breast Center and he operates at several area hospitals. Dr. Webber’s philosophy of treating breast cancer is early diagnosis, minimal surgical treatment when feasible, and early return to normal activity.
Dr. Webber is a proponent of breast-conserving surgery because of its proven effectiveness, and strives continually to use the latest technology in the surgical treatment of breast disease. He was one of the first surgeons in the Knoxville area who was trained and experienced in doing sentinel node biopsies, which allow women to avoid the risk of full axiliary dissection which can result in lymphedema or swelling of the arm.
Dr. Webber is experienced in the use of ultrasound to identify breast lesions in the operating room. This technique is referred to as intra-operative ultrasound. It is used to find non-palpable lesions in the operating room, reducing the need for hook wire localization. Dr. Webber was the first surgeon in Knoxville to use this technique.
Dr. Webber has been and continues to be a leader in breast surgery, allowing for the best possible care of breast cancer patient. He is dedicated to helping his patients overcome breast cancer, getting them on the road to recovery and making that transition from breast cancer patient to breast cancer survivor (or better yet a “thriver”!)
In 2013 Dr. David Forsberg joined the KCBC team of clinical breast radiologists. Dr. Forsberg graduated Princeton with a degree in biology, and studied for his medical degree at Duke University Medical School where he was chief resident from 1990-1991. Dr. Forsberg moved to Knoxville in 1995 and has been happy to be able to practice medicine in such a beautiful part of the state of Tennessee. He has practiced breast radiology since 1999, and is a member of the American College of Radiology as well as an honorary member of the Chicago Radiology Society and the Korean Radiology Society.
In 2013 Dr. Margaret Brown joined the KCBC team of clinical breast radiologists. She grew up in Minneapolis and graduated from Smith College with a degree in psychology and a minor in Neuroscience. She spent a year doing research in mammography before attending the University Of Cincinnati’s College Of Medicine which she graduated from in 1997. She completed her residency at the University of Cincinnati Hospital. After a year of fellowship in MRI & Breast Imaging she began working in Lexington, KY at Saint Joseph East Breast Center. Dr. Brown worked there for 4 years before moving to Knoxville to work with KCBC.
Elizabeth Shieh is an ANCC Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She attended the University of Tennessee in Knoxville earning a Bachelor degree in Biology, as well as a Bachelor and Master’s degree in Nursing. Before starting at Knoxville Comprehensive Breast Center, Elizabeth was a nurse practitioner in the Women’s Health Clinic at the Knox County Health Department. Additionally within the past ten years, she has conducted research in numerous labs in the University of Tennessee’s Biochemistry, Cellular and Molecular Biology Department, and the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine Genetics Department. Past research projects include studying the genetic variability and genetic distribution patterns of medicinal fungi, structural and functional experiments on ribonucleotide reductase(Potential target for cancer drug) and beta-amyloid protein (Involved in Alzheimer’s Disease), germline transmission for genetic modifications in mice, and ethylene signal transduction in plants.
Elizabeth is member of the National Society of Genetic Counselors, American Society of Clinical Oncology, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, and East Tennessee Association of Advanced Practice Nurses. She is also currently pursuing her PhD in Nursing at the University of Tennessee.