Professor Guilbaud teaches Patient Care and Management, Imaging Modalities, Pathophysiology for Medical Imaging and Capstone Leadership Roles in Medical Imaging. He has expertise in Trauma Radiology with extensive applications in military traumatic injuries. He has experience as a trained Naval Hospital Corpsman.
Professor Guilbaud has over 30 years of professional experience and had held positions in numerous metropolitan hospitals as a Diagnostic Radiographer, Evening Supervisor, Weekend supervisor and most recently as the Education Director for the Radiography Program of the Long Island College Hospital School of Radiologic Technology. of The Long Island College Hospital School of Radiologic Technology.
Professor Guilbaud obtained his Radiologic Sciences training at the School of Naval Health and Sciences, Bethesda Detachment, a Bachelor of Business Administrations degree from Old Dominion University and Master of Science degree Walsingham University, London, U.K.
Professor Guilbaud currently serves the Nominating Chairman for the Association of Educator's in Radiologic Technologists of the State of New York (AERTSNY). He has also served the AERT as the Downstate Hospital Chair, Vice-President, President-Elect and President. State the President Elect of the New York State Society of Radiologic Sciences