2019: The Year in Review
The Department welcomed 14 new faculty members in 2019, while reorganizing its administrative structure, advancing basic and translational research, and expanding clinical care
Matsler named Department Administrator
She had served with distinction as Interim Department Administrator since November 2017.
2018: The Year in Patient Care
The Department's focus on patient care in 2018 included working with collaborators to improve imaging protocols and expand clinical services.
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.
Radiologist Khatri receives TRS scholarship to attend leadership summit
As one of three recipients of the Texas Radiological Society scholarship, he will represent radiologists from across the state
Cardiothoracic imaging chief Abbara elected president of SCCT
The Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography includes members from more than 60 countries
Medical assistant Rand receives Regents' Outstanding Employee Award
The annual award program recognizes employees who have shown outstanding performance, innovation, enthusiasm and dedication in their job.
Pediatric radiology chief Rollins appointed Associate Dean of Clinical Research
In her new role, Dr. Rollins will oversee the university's growing clinical research, in particular clinical trials at the university's hospitals and partner institutions.