ISCT recognizes former and current faculty members who won or were nominated for the 2018 Minnie awards, including Dr. Tessa Cook, Dr. Willi Kalender, and Dr. Savvas Nicolaou.Read More
Earlier this week Aunt Minnie dropped their list of winners for the 2017 Minnie Awards. There are lots of awards out there for members of the radiology community, but what we love so much about the Minnies is that it truly recognizes the best and brightest of our industry, shines a spotlight on innovation, and speaks to what we believe the future of radiology is trending towards.Read More
It’s been a big year for ISCT faculty. From the Minnies to department recognitions, we’ve been lucky enough to see several of our faculty members recognized for their incredible career contributions to the radiology world in 2016. Although the year is almost over, the awards just keep on coming!
This week we were thrilled to see that Dr. Elliot Fishman was selected as the recipient of Diagnostic Imaging’s Radiology Lifetime Achievement Award. Although it’s not uncommon to see peers recognized by various awards throughout the year, this one is special because it’s indicative of the enthusiasm, innovation, and excellence that Dr. Fishman has contributed to his work in radiology not just in one particular area or at one particular moment in time, but over the span of his extensive career.Read More
This week the moment we'd all been waiting for finally happened! After months of waiting, the winners of the 2016 Minnies were finally announced by Aunt Minnie! The Minnies have been going strong for 16 years, and are one of the greatest ways to recognize the best and brightest in the radiology industry. This year's list on nominees was incredible, and it's amazing to see just how many men and women there are out there dedicated their lives towards bettering our industry and the healthcare world as a whole.
Today we congratulate two faculty members who were awarded these prestigious honors.Read More
Every year Aunt Minnie puts on the Minnie awards, a campaign designed to recognize the best and brightest in medical imaging. Candidates can be nominated for 14 different categories, including:Read More
If there’s one thing that’s clear at this point to everyone in our industry, it’s that the future of CT is looking incredibly bright. We’ve seen so many big changes over the past few years, and it’s an incredibly exciting time for our industry. Every day we’re uncovering more about CT, every day new innovations are put in place as radiologists continue to pioneer the frontier of CT technology. It leaves just one question on the tip of everyone’s tongue: “what comes next?”
It’s the most exciting question facing our industry, and it’s one everyone is trying to answer. We were lucky enough to get a chance to sit down and talk with some of our speakers at ISCT16 about what they think is in store for the future of CT, and let me tell you, some of the answers are pretty exciting.Read More
ISCT16 was chock full of fabulous sessions and incredible speakers, but one of the faculty members who particularly blew us away this year was Dr. Marilyn Siegal. Marilyn, who currently serves as the Professor of Radiology and Pediatrics at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri, is the prime example of what each and every one of us in the industry should strive to embody.
She’s a recognized leader in pediatric radiology with a special interest in the use of cross-sectional imaging techniques for the evaluation of pediatric diseases, and Dr. Siegal has devoted her life to our industry. She’s an incredible doctor, a respected teacher, a well-loved scholar, and a pioneer of research.Read More
Back in 2013, Dr. Elliot Fishman led an insightful talk on missed diagnosis in HU imaging and how to avoid them. This 10-minute talk “Pitfalls in the Diagnosis of Renal Tumors: Did I miss That?” has remained one of our most watched talk years later. The video resides in our CME OnDemand section of the ISCT website, in case you haven’t seen it yet, but this year we are excited to see what new material Dr. Fishman will be presenting.Read More