Dr. Batlle came to his role as a diagnostic radiologist at Radiology Associates of South Florida from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), where he served as a resident physician in the radiology department and a clinical fellow at Harvard Medical School. During his time at the hospital, he spent a year focusing on cardiothoracic imaging, including hands-on supervision of cardiac CT and MRI acquisition and post-processing. He also completed a musculoskeletal fellowship at MGH, specializing in sports medicine, soft tissue and bone tumors, and general musculoskeletal radiology, including musculoskeletal interventional procedures.
Dr. Batlle graduated Duke University summa cum laude before earning a masters degree in bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Concurrently, he took part in a MD/ M.B.A. degree program at the university's Wharton School, graduating with honors. He received numerous awards upon graduation, including the Theodore Friedmann Prize, given to the graduating student who has made the most significant advance in biomedical ethics.
Dr. Batlle has published numerous abstracts and journal articles, covering several fields of interest, including clinical radiology, informatics, bioethics, and heath services research. He is fluent in English and Spanish.