February 2, 2016
Drs. Gross, Sandstrom, Robinson, Lehnert, and Voelzke were awarded the RSNA Certificate of Merit for their exhibit So You Think You Can Grade - Renal Trauma. Congratulations!
January 25, 2016
For an employee, a workplace wellness program might seem like a nice perk. But doctors in the UW School of Medicine believe it’s much more than that.
December 24, 2015
UW Radiology held a landmark faculty research retreat on September 30, 2015 at the lovely Graham visitor center at the Washington Arboretum. There were an astounding 71 Faculty attendees, including colleagues from other departments and the Vice Dean of Research and Education.
After an intense but enjoyable day, several key priorities were identified, including new multidisciplinary and muti-department initiatives, networking events, and research training opportunities.
In response, UW Radiology has developed and launched a series of research interest groups and training mechanisms that will be expanded over the next several years. Many of these will be listed on this site. For more information contact Paul Kinahan.
December 21, 2015
In conjunction with the UW Global Innovation Exchange (GIX) program, the Department of Radiology is proud to announce a new collaboration with the Center for Biomedical Imaging Research at Tsinghua University to explore forming a joint research center and other partnerships to develop medical imaging technology. In front, shaking hands after the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), are Professor Yang Bin, Vice President of Tsinghua University (on the left) and UW Vice Provost for Global Affairs, Dr. Jeffrey Riedinger (right). The Center for Biomedical Imaging Technology is a long-time collaborator with the UW Vascular Imaging Lab, directed by Dr. Chun Yuan, Professor of UW Radiology who is in the back row to the right of Dr. Riedinger.
December 21, 2015
Congratulations to Habib Rahbar, MD (Breast Imaging) on being awarded the 2015 RSNA Research Scholar Grant. Dr. Rahbar will use this two-year award to investigate improving treatment outcomes of ductal carcinoma in situ of the breast with magnetic resonance imaging.
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