News Archive

Faculty, trainees receive education awards at 2018 RSNA meeting


Honors include two Magna Cum Laude, two Cum Laude, and eight Certificate of Merit awards.

Neuroradiologist Raj to participate in faculty development program


Sponsored by the Association of University Radiologists, the program aims to support junior faculty through education and networking.

Study finds playing youth football could alter brain development


Changes in certain processes were seen in players who experienced a high number of head impacts during a single season.

Residency program director joins group of elite educators


The UT Southwestern Academy of Teachers fosters excellence in teaching at all levels.

Vice chair Peshock named inaugural Fellow of AMIA


In selecting Dr. Peshock the American Medical Informatics Association recognizes his achievements and leadership in the field of medical informatics.

Researcher Lux receives grant to study nanotechnology in treating leukemia


The $300,000 grant will fund his research over a period of three years.

Abdominal Imaging chief receives Curie award


Dr. Julia Fielding was selected for positively representing women in radiology.

Quality director Browning shows structured reports effectively determine clinical impact of imaging exams


The study suggests improving radiology reports could remove a primary cost barrier and optimize health system resources.

Vice chair Brewington advocates for CT colonoscopy at Capitol Hill briefing


The event, sponsored by the American College of Radiology and the Colorectal Cancer Alliance, was intended to gain support for Medicare coverage of virtual colonoscopy.

Research vice chair Lenkinski discusses advances in renal imaging at national workshop


Dr. Robert Lenkinski presented promising new technologies for functional renal imaging at the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.