RSNA 2018 Celebrates Early-Career and Established Radiologists

Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018

Exciting activities for radiology trainees and inspirational ceremonies for luminaries in the field are all part of RSNA 2018.

During Monday's plenary session in the Arie Crown Theater, RSNA President Vijay M. Rao, MD, (second from left) presented Honorary Memberships to Paul M. Parizel, MD, PhD, (left), Sneh Bhargava, MD, (second from right), and Jacob Sosna, MD (right).

What are You Most Excited to See at RSNA 2018?

The Daily Bulletin stopped by the Residents Lounge on Monday to ask doctors the question: "What is of most interest to you at RSNA 2018?" Participants were eager to share what draws their attention at the meeting.

Neuroradiology fellow Noha A. Aboueldahab, MD, from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, is most interested in learning, "the latest research and discoveries in neuroradiology."

"I am looking forward to the neuroradiology lectures and updates," said Faraan Khan, MRCP, FRCR, fifth-year resident in neuroradiology at Atkinson Morley Hospital, London.

Mona Abo El-Ela, MSC, a fourth-year radiology resident from Dermadash Hospital, Cairo, is a first-time attendee and is enjoying, "the diversity of the topics and the challenge of the Case of the Day."

Brittany Lewis, MD, a third-year resident in emergency radiology at Detroit Medical College and Wayne State University, Detroit, looks forward to the, "research presentations and how they can be implemented back at my institution."

Wendy Tu, MD, a third-year resident at Ottawa Hospital, Canada, is interested in, "experiencing the diversity of the scientific sessions and absorbing all the exciting research."

Amy Hurley Dugdale, FRCR, a third-year resident from Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth, UK, is looking forward to, "taking home the latest information and research on breast imaging."


"The alumni events, technical exhibits and getting to know other trainees," are some of the perks of the RSNA annual meeting said William Winter, MD, third-year resident at Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN.

"Meeting up with great colleagues," is one of the best parts about the RSNA annual meeting according to Nazmus Sakib, MD, a third-year resident from Beth Israel, Newark, NJ.