Dr. Horst focuses on Pediatric and Hospital/Emergency Radiology, with interests in low-dose CT and artificial intelligence. She is the Pediatric Radiology team-lead for the CT Clinical Innovation Center and dedicated to optimizing low-dose CT protocols for research and clinical applications in children. She is actively involved in algorithm development and artificial intelligence applications for pediatric radiology.
Before arriving at the Mayo Clinic, she spent 9 years at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital and Ascension Women's Hospital level IV NICU in Indianapolis. Her clinical experience is the foundation for her commitment to bringing top-tier technology to the front lines of healthcare and greatly inspires her research.
She enjoys teaching and values the opportunity to work with residents.
- Emergent pediatric conditions
- Low-dose CT
- Pediatric musculoskeletal imaging
- Artificial intelligence
Mayo Clinic locations
Fellow - Pediatric Radiology FellowshipUniversity of Michigan
Residency - Radiology ResidencyIndiana University School of Medicine
Chief Resident - Transitional ResidencyIndiana University School of Medicine
Transitional Resident - Transitional Year Residency, Methodist HospitalIndiana University School of Medicine
Doctor of MedicineIndiana University School of Medicine
BA - Cum Laude, English Literature, Minor in ChemistryDartmouth College
Activities and honors
Pediatric RadiologyAmerican Board of Radiology
Diagnostic RadiologyAmerican Board of Radiology
- 2022 - present
MemberMayo Enterprise Contrast Committee
- 2021 - present
Team LeadCT Clinical Innovation Center, Department of Radiology
- 2011 - present
MemberSociety for Pediatric Radiology