Assistant Professor, Diagnostic Radiology
Cicero was born and raised in Brazil, where he earned his Medical degree from the State University of Londrina, and completed his Radiology residency training in Sao Paulo at the Santa Marcelina Hospital. He and his wife Giovana have been living abroad since 2003. In Melbourne, Australia, Cicero undertook a 2-year fellowship in Pediatric Radiology at the Royal Children’s Hospital. In Toronto, Canada, he undertook another 2-year fellowship at the Hospital for Sick Children. In Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Cicero worked for one year as a consultant Pediatric Radiologist at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre. Since 2008 Cicero has been working at the Yale School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor in the department of Diagnostic Radiology. His appointment also includes a full-time position at the Yale-New Haven Hospital, where Cicero is an Attending Pediatric Radiologist and provides clinical services to children from New Haven and beyond. His research interests are broad, and he has won three Walter E. Berdon awards for best papers published in the Journal Pediatric Radiology, with pieces on ultrasound (2008), magnetic resonance imaging (2009) and computed tomography (2010). Cicero loves teaching, and has won an award for excellence in teaching from the Yale Radiology graduating class of 2012. He also loves spending time with wife and with his son, Eric, born in 2010.