Board-certified since 2017

Dr. Smith is a board-certified radiologist and a Diplomat of the American College of Radiology. She is originally from Memphis, Tennessee and completed her undergraduate education at Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. She spent a year in health policy interning at the Alliance for Health Reform in Washington, DC before returning to Memphis to begin medical school at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Dr. Smith completed her Diagnostic Radiology residency at University of Alabama Birmingham. She further developed her skills with a Breast Imaging fellowship at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Smith has a passion for Breast Imaging and Women’s Health with particular expertise in mammography, breast ultrasound, and breast MRI interpretation as well as breast biopsies. Dr. Smith is experienced in and also practices general radiology, interpreting all modalities, and performs several image guided procedures. She has been a member of GCI Radiology since 2017.


  • Undergraduate: Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA

  • Medical School: University of Tennessee Health and Science Center, Memphis, TN

  • Residency: Diagnostic Radiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL

  • Fellowship: Breast Imaging, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA


  • American College of Radiology

  • American Roentgen Ray Society

  • Society of Breast Imaging

  • Mississippi State Medical Association

Special Interests

  • Breast Imaging

  • Women’s Imaging


  • Section Award, UAB Radiology Residency, 2016

  • ACR Rutherford, Lavanty Fellowship Program Recipient, Washington, DC, 2015

  • ACR’s RLI, Kellogg Leadership Development Program Scholarship Recipient, Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, Chicago, IL, 2013

  • Certificate Program in Health Policy and Health System Leadership, University of Tennessee Health and Science Center College of Medicine, 2008-2011


  • Bailey JE, Wan JY, Mabry LM, et al. Does Health Information Exchange Reduce Unnecessary Neuroimaging and Improve Quality of Headache Care in the Emergency Department? J Gen Intern Med. 2013;28(2):178-83. Epub 2012 May 31.

  • Mabry LM, Mirvis DM. The Three Tennessees: Child and Infant Health in the Three Grand Divisions of Tennessee. Tenn Med. 2010;103:35-39.

  • Mabry LM, Bailey JE. HIE, Imaging & Appropriate Use: Rads Need to Lead the Charge. Health Imaging Sept/Oct 2012. [Epub and print]


  • Mabry LM, Morgan D, Galgano S, Cason D, Heeke B. MR Gadolinium Reactions. UAB Radiology Resident Research, Education and Appreciation Day, July 17, 2016; Birmingham, AL.

  • Mabry LM, Bailey JE, Wan J, Landy SH, Pope RA. Health Information Exchange Use Improves Adherence with Evidence-Based Guidelines for Neuroimaging in the Emergency Evaluation of Headache. Southern Society of General Internal Medicine Meeting, Feb 18, 2011; New Orleans.

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