About Professor Frianeza
Michael Frianeza is a professor and director of the radiologic technology program at Cypress College. He is also an adjunct instructor with Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science in Los Angeles. Dr. Frianeza has more than 25 years of experience in the medical imaging industry specializing in cardiac catheterization, interventional radiology, and computed tomography. He currently teaches courses in radiation science and technology, radiographic anatomy and physiology, radiologic procedures, patient care, radiobiology, and health physics. Dr. Frianeza has an extensive background in healthcare management and worked for several consult firms credited with establishing cardiovascular intervention labs throughout Southern California. He has his radiologic technology licenses from the California Department of Public Health and American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Dr. Frianeza earned his degrees from the University of Hertfordshire, Nova Southeastern University, University of Phoenix, and Midwestern State University Texas. Dr. Frianeza graduated from Cypress College’s radiologic technology program in 1993.
RADT 146 C Introduction to Radiography
Students interested in radiologic technology should enroll in RADT146 Introduction to Radiography and attend one of the scheduled workshops.
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