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April 21, 2022

David Lewis, M.D., featured in UW Medicine’s The Huddle

The Huddle, a news and culture site for everyone who works at UW Medicine, recently wrote a feature story on David Lewis, M.D. Dr. Lewis, a professor, Nuclear Medicine Section Chief and Director of HMC Nuclear Medicine, spoke to The Huddle about his family’s past, how he got into nuclear medicine, and what he envisions…


January 31, 2022

Delphine Chen, M.D., featured on DocWire News

Delphine Chen, M.D., was recently interviewed on GU Oncology Now, a subset of DocWire News. Dr. Chen, a professor of radiology and the Director of Molecular Imaging at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, spoke to GU Oncology Now about the use of PSMA-Targeted PET imaging modalities for detecting prostate cancer. To watch the interview and read…


January 25, 2018

Laurie Soine, Ph.D., ARNP to serve as Chief Nurse Practitioner and Director of Advanced Practice Nursing

Cindy Sayre, PhD, RN, Chief Nursing Officer, UWMC has announced that Laurie Soine, Ph.D., ARNP, Department of Radiology Nurse Practitioner and Teaching Associate, has agreed to serve as Chief Nurse Practitioner and Director of Advanced Practice Nursing. Laurie began her nursing career as a 5SE RN in 1988, and over the last 27 years has…


July 11, 2017

UW Residents and Faculty Win First Place Poster Awards at SNMMI

    At the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Annual Meeting in Denver UW Radiologists were awarded two first place poster awards.   Drs. Thomas Anderson and Shana Elman, UW Radiology Residents, were awarded First Place Poster – Educational Exhibits for their poster Pictoral Review of NCCN Guidelines for Use of FDG PET in…


June 2, 2017

New FDA Approved Diagnostic Agent for Detection of Neuroendocrine Tumors

    University of Washington Medical Center Radiology is pleased to announce a new imaging service for detection and evaluation of neuroendocrine tumors.  Gallium 68 DOTATATE is a new FDA approved diagnostic agent available for Positron Emission Tomography (PET) imaging. UWMC is the first imaging facility in Puget Sound to provide this novel service!  …