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- Campbell-Klatte Annual Oration, Tues. May 21
The Campbell-Klatte Annual Oration is an opportunity for our students and trainees to showcase their research.
- Upcoming Abstract Deadlines for September & October Meetings
Don't miss these May-July abstract deadlines for upcoming fall conferences.
- Promotion & Tenure Announcements
Brenna McDonald PhD, Li Shen PhD, and Karmen Yoder PhD have been promoted to Associate Professor of Radiology & Imaging Sciences.
- Now Accepting Patients for TheraSphere Therapy: EPOCH2 Study
Dr. Matthew Johnson at IU School of Medicine is actively recruiting patients with metastatic colorectal carcinoma of the liver who have failed first line chemotherapy.
- Submission Deadlines Fast Approaching
Be sure not to miss abstract submission deadlines for several of these radiology meetings.
- 2013 First Quarter Grants
Discover our first quarter grants with awards totaling over a million dollars.
- Friday, April 5: Research Day -- Come See Our Posters!
Students and faculty will be presenting their cutting edge imaging research at Campus Center (IUPUI).
- April 13, 2013, Coaches vs. Cancer (ACS): Come Watch Our Team!
Radiology is sponsoring a basketball team for the American Cancer Society basketball tournament on April 13, 2013, in Hinkle Fieldhouse.
- HPP 2013 IUPUI Chancellor's Scholar
Caitlin Wilson, AS, has been selected as the School of Medicine - Health Professions Programs 2013 IUPUI Chancellor’s Scholar. Caitlin has the highest gpa in the HPP for any student completing the majority of the degree program at Indiana University. Her Words of Recognition and Appreciation, that will appear in the honors program will read: Caitlin is one of our superstars. Contained in her 4.0 gpa are 13 A+ grades in radiography program courses; a rare feat! Even more impressive is her perfect record in radiography clinical courses, earning an A+ in all courses, while also achieving perfect attendance throughout. When asked to describe the quality of Caitlin’s work, a faculty member remarked that “EVERYTHING she does is WOW….. above and beyond expectations.”
- Friday, March 29, 2013: Visiting Professor Perry J. Pickhardt, MD
Dr. Pickhardt will present two conferences in Fesler Hall – Hurty Hall B. 7:00am - 7:45am CT Colonography for Population Screening 12:30pm - 1:30pm CT Colonography: Interpretation and Challenging Cases
- IU Trustee Teaching Awards
Congratulations to Dr. Darren O'Neill and Dr. Isaac Wu, who were awarded 2013 Indiana University Trustee Teaching Awards!
- Congratulations to our RSNA Awards Recipients
Indiana University accolades from RSNA this year include Cum Laude, Certificates of Merit, and an RSNA Press Release. Below are the recipients of these honors.
- AAMC names Dr. Gunderman Distinguished Teacher
The Association of American Medical Colleges has named IU Radiology professor Richard Gunderman, MD PhD the recipient of the 2012 Alpha Omega Alpha Robert Glaser Distinguished Teacher Award. The AAMC’s top award for teaching, it recognizes “significant contributions to medical education by gifted teachers,” and includes a $10,000 grant to the recipient, a $2,500 award to the medical school, and a $1,000 award to the school’s AOA chapter. Gunderman is IU’s first recipient of the award, which was created in 1988. It was presented on November 3 at the AAMC meeting in San Francisco.
- Robinson named Innovator of the Year
Susan Robinson, M.S., associate professor of clinical radiologic and imaging sciences, was named the first recipient of the American Educators in Radiologic Sciences/Elsevier Innovator of the Year Award during the AEIRS National Conference in New Orleans from July 12 to 14. The honor recognizes Robinson’s innovation and effectiveness in promoting student learning through technology, including using iPad technology to promote critical thinking and the integration of iPad applications as instructional strategies related to classroom learning and the clinical experience. Robinson has long worked at the forefront in clinical development of digital imaging and remains active in many aspects of teaching, service and research. She has received numerous first-place awards for her scientific research exhibits throughout her career, including the American Society of Radiologic Technologists Scientific Display Competition Awards. Most recently, Robinson has been researching and exploring the use of iPads in medical education, including an article titled “Promote Active Learning with iPads,” published in the 2011 November/December issue of ASRT Radiologic Technology. In 2009, Robinson was featured in the national professional publication ASRT Scanner as one of the three “radiologic sciences educators who go beyond imparting their knowledge to students, to fostering social responsibility in promoting social community service.” Robinson has worked as a registered radiologic technologist for 40 years and has been teaching both didactic and clinically as a faculty member for the past 22 years.
- Dr. Gunderman Awarded 2012 Distinguished Educator Award
The American Roentgen Ray Society recently awarded Dr. Richard Gunderman with this prestigious honor in recognition of his innovative educational activities.
- Resident Dr. Ladd Awarded Excellence in Teaching
Dr. Lauren Ladd was awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award from the Radiography Class of 2012 for the second year in a row! Her efforts and those of the other Resident volunteer teacher colleagues are greatly appreciated in educating future radiographers in disease pathology.
- Dr. Akisik Invited by the International Society for MR in Medicine
Congratulations to Dr. Fatih Akisik, who has been invited to serve on the 2012-2013 Workshop & Study Group Review Committee by the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.
- Imaging Sciences Award Winners
Congratulations to Anshuman Panda, Daniel Albrecht and Vijay Ramanan on their Campbell-Klatte presentations!
- Lois Shuman Awarded at Recent AUR Meeting
Congratulations to Lois Shuman who won the Radiology Residency Coordinator of the Year Award at the March 19-22 San Antonio meeting of the Association of University Radiologists (AUR).
- 2012 American Roentgen Ray Society Distinguished Educator
Richard Gunderman, MD PhD, professor in the IU schools of medicine and liberal arts, has been named the 2012 American Roentgen Ray Society Distinguished Educator. The award "celebrates one inspirational person per year with a track record of new and innovative educational activities that have disseminated scientific and clinical information, stimulated critical thinking, promoted research, and helped to develop and support educators in radiology." Gunderman will receive the award at the ARRS annual meeting in Vancouver in May.