Adlai Grayson, MD, selected as 2024-2025 Radiology Resident Diversity Representative

We are pleased to announce that Adlai Grayson, MD, has been selected as our Radiology Resident Diversity Representative for the next academic year. 
Dr. Grayson is a rising post-graduate year four (PGY-4) Integrated Interventional Radiology resident, and we’re grateful  to him for taking on this role during his PGY-4 year. His academic journey began at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he studied biology and advocated for the rights of the LGBTQ community. Prior to his medical studies, he made significant contributions to cancer research in both academia and the private sector.
Dr. Grayson completed his medical degree at Howard University College of Medicine, where he championed the excellence of those historically underrepresented in medicine and the rights of the under-resourced. 
Since starting his residency, he has been a resident leader in diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Within the department, he’s active on the UW Radiology EDI Committee and the Build a Pipeline Subcommittee. He is the community outreach chair for the UW Network for Underrepresent Residents and Fellows (NURF). Nationally, he’s an active Service Employees International Union (SEIU)/Committee of Interns and Residents (CIR) Union Diversity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism (DIAR) Task Force member.
In addition to radiology, Dr. Grayson enjoys dancing, exploring nature and wine, and playing with his fur babies!
We extend our thanks to Dr. Grayson for taking on this important role and know that he will continue to make tremendous contributions.
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