Adam C. Zoga, MD

Adam C. Zoga, MD

Dr. Zoga is board-certified specialist in musculoskeletal radiology and has been at Thomas Jefferson in Philadelphia since 2002 after completing his medical degree at Georgetown University and residency training at Boston University Medical Center.

Dr. Zoga's current areas of special interest include core muscle injuries, meniscal biomechanics and shoulder instability. He has researched and studied in-depth the ways to best image core muscle injuries.

He holds the academic rank of Clinical Associate Professor of Radiology, and serves as the Director of Musculoskeletal MRI, the Director of Ambulatory Imaging Centers, and the Program Director for the Musculoskeletal and Combined MRI Radiology Fellowships.

Dr. Zoga is a two-time winner of the Judy Dubbs Memorial research award at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.

Dr. Zoga also was a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy Medical Corps.


BS, Biology, Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania
MD, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington D.C.
Residency: Boston University Medical Center Hospital
Fellowship: Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Current positions

Medical Director Radiology, Vincera Imaging
Professor of Radiology, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Vice Chair for Clinical Practice, Medical Director, Jefferson Outpatient Imaging

Medical society memberships

American Board of Radiology
Association of University Radiologists
International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
Massachusetts Radiologic Society
New England Roentgen Ray Society
Pennsylvania Radiologic Society
Society of Skeletal Radiology


Dr. Zoga has published numerous articles and written chapters related to musculoskeletal radiology and other topics on sports medicine. To view Dr. Zoga's publications, visit the Vincera newsroom


American Board of Radiology

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