Research Week 2019

Research Week Announcement

Radiology Research Week 2019 will be held from Tuesday, April 30 to Friday, May 3.

Presentations will be held daily at noon in the large conference room (G-101), with prizes to be given for 1st and 2nd place. Winners will be announced at the annual resident banquet in June.

Tuesday, April 30

  • 12:00 Dr Rajderkar: “Non Accidental Trauma”
  • 12:10 Dr Pepin/Nathan Burriss: “Predicting Liver Fibrosis Using Gadoxetic Acid-Enhanced Liver MRI”
  • 12:20 Dr Nurkic:Pre-Radiotherapy Tumor Volume as a Predictor of Local Control in Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Supraglottic Larynx”
  • 12:30 Dr Nelson: “An Intriguing Case of Hepatic Venous Obstruction”
  • 12:40 Dr Olguin: “Image Quality Comparison of Statistical Pixel Angiography and Digital Subtraction Angiography for Radioembolization Procedures”
  • 12:50 Nathan Quails: “Investigating Patient Skin and Eye Lens Dose During Endovascular Neurosurgery Procedures”

Wednesday, May 1

  • 12:00 Dr Merritt: “The Usefulness of Fetal MRI in the Evaluation of Conjoined Twin Pregnancy”
  • 12:10 Dr Shaw: “Eovist MRI Post TARE”
  • 12:20 Dr Gruzinova: “Retrospective Analysis of Surgically Excised Intraductal Papillomas of the Breast to Further Define Management Recommendations”
  • 12:30 Catherine Carranza: “Stroke Protocol Optimization with Dual Energy CT: Virtual Monochromatic Energy Image Selection with Enhancements of Residual Iodine Contrast and Hemorrhagic Transformations”
  • 12:40 Dr Rees:A Tale of Two Tumors: Molecular Diagnosis Leads the Way”
  • 12:50 Dr Gosalbez:Don’t Touch My Segmental Testicular Infarction”

Thursday, May 2

  • 12:00 Dr Sistrom: “Simulation Based Critical Care Imaging Evaluation: National Results from 2014-2018”

Friday, May 3

  • 12:00 Dr Dayton: “Novel Applications of Functional MRI in Patients with Surgical Neurologic Disorders”
  • 12:10 Dr Tuna: “MRI Findings of Gene Therapy as a Potential Cure of Canavan Disease”
  • 12:20 Dr Jacobson: “Neonatal Mass: Sacrococcygeal Teratoma”
  • 12:30 Dr Mancuso:Discovering Educational Gaps and Their Potential Harm – WIDI Simulation Experience”