Research Week 2020 Schedule

Research Week 2020 will be held June 15-18, 2020. Presentations will be held daily, at noon, in the Radiology conference room, G-101, and broadcast via Zoom.

Each day will be recorded and can be found in the “Research Week” folder on Mediaserv.

Monday, June 15

speaker presentation
Dr. Eric Pepin Structured for Complete Abdominal Ultrasound
Dr. Miguel Gosalbez More to hyperdense ascites than just hemoperitoneum
Dr. Alaa Mahmoud Retrospective comparison of medical management versus percutaneous drainage of tuboovarian abscesses and importance of size
Dr. Smit Jani Ideopathic spinal cord herniation
Dr. Simon Ho Must BAE love on the brain: A fatal case of Balamuthia amoebic encephalitis
Dr. Laura Magnelli A MEST up classification? Review of the re-classification of Mixed epithelial and stromal tumor and Adult cystic nephroma for the Abdominal Radiologist

Tuesday, June 16

speaker presentation
Dr. Greg Schaiberger Pediatric GU Emergencies: Are Residents Ready for the Real World?
Dr. Haley Letter WIDI Mammography Study Design (Jacksonville Campus)
Dr. Christopher Sistrom Opportunities & Plans for the Next Two Years
Dr. John Rees Critical Care Radiology Simulation: A New Approach to Radiology Trainee Assessment
Dr. Priya Sharma Mommy, My Tummy Hurts: Ultrasound Diagnosis of Pediatric Gastrointestinal Emergencies – A Simulation Study
Dr. Ivan Davis Simulation to evaluate competence of residents for independent call: Which musculoskeletal cases are most difficult across institutions?

Wednesday, June 17

speaker presentation
Dr. Parker Merritt Normal MRI Appearance of Marrow Adjacent to the Sacroiliac Joints in Children During Development
Dr. Edmond Olguin Dose Reduction Strategies using Statistical Pixel Angiography
Dr. Joon Soo Shin Autoimmune Pancreatitis: Review of Imaging Findings and Subtypes and Differentiation from Pancreatic Neoplasms
Dr. Shafik Wassef Nipple Discharge: What every Radiologist should know
Dr. Craig Meiers Interdepartmental Sarcopenia Research
Dr. Shafik Wassef Lobular Carcinoma in Situ: A review and update EPOS

Thursday, June 18

SPEAKER PRESENTATION
Dr. Jerry Slater Dare to TARE: Imaging Evaluation of the liver following trans arterial radioembolization for HCC: imaging characteristics of CT/MRI and Discussion of the utility of Hepatocyte-specific GBCAs
Dr. Garrett Smith Frequency, Extent, and Correlates of Superficial Siderosis and Ependymal Siderosis in Premature Infants with Germinal Matrix Hemorrhage: An SWI Study
Dr. Davin Watson Immune-Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome (IRIS) or Paradoxical reaction (PR) is also in nonimmunocompromised patients during treatment for tuberculosis

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College of Medicine
University of Florida
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