Board Certified Radiologist Gabriela D. Kaplan began her vocation in the medical industry after an extensive course of post-secondary training. While working on earning her Doctor of Medicine from the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, Mexico, Dr. Gabriela Kaplan was voted and given the title of Medical School Class President during her final three years of education. Completing an internship with the New Jersey School of Medicine, she pursued multiple residencies in surgery and radiology with Manhattan-based institutions Lenox Hill Hospital and Columbia University.
A diplomate in Diagnostic Radiology, Dr. Gabriela Kaplan engaged in several radiology-specific fellowships before earning her certification in practice. She was instructed in Whole Body Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) with the University of Michigan’s School of Medicine and Computerized Axial Tomography (C.A.T.) Scans, ultrasounds, and neuroradiology with the John Hopkins Hospital. A member of the Radiological Society of North America, Dr. Kaplan has been recognized among the Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, the Who’s Who of American Women, and the Who’s Who in the World. She has contributed in her practice primarily as a radiologist in the greater-Cleveland metropolitan area.
A supporter of various professional organizations, Dr. Gabriela Kaplan is the president of the Lifewatch Group, an international think tank that addresess practical solutions to contemporary world problems. Dr. Kaplan has dvocated for environmental protection in order to achieve sustainable means for our planet. Nobel Laureates such as Nelson Mandela, Norman Borlaug, and Mother Teresa of Calcutta have praised her work. Dr. Kaplan she has given a number of lectures around the world, including the UNESCO in Paris, France and at various conferences and universities and institutions in the United States, Europe, and South America.
Originally from Ecuador, Gabriela continues to facilitate beneficial global discussion within the Lifewatch Group and channels her love for art, science, and the natural world through poetry.