CME Radiology Grand Rounds

When: 

No Grand Rounds in June, July, & August

2nd & 4th Fridays, 12:00pm - 1:00pm 

Where: 

All Grand Rounds are via Zoom until further notice

LKSC LK 130 | LKSC LK 120 | Clark Center Auditorium

September

September 11, 2020

9:00-10:00AM | Zoom Meeting | Register for Day 3 (Global Health) at www.wmislive.org and you will receive an email with the link to this grand rounds event.

Jayne Seekins, DO

Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology
Stanford University

Justin Tse, MD

Fellow, Division of Abdominal Imaging / Cross-Sectional IR
UCLA

Medical Imaging in Tanzania

Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania serves as the tertiary referral center for a country of over 55 million people and has only 8 staff radiologists for this 1600 bed hospital. Radiology as an independent department is relatively new at MNH and the residency program is only 10 years old. The hospital has modern radiology equipment, highly motivated residents and staff, wide referral base, and a large patient population with complex pathologies, including post renal transplants; one of the last remaining barrier for radiologists is advanced subspecialty training. In the falls of 2018 and 2019, I joined a group of radiologists to teach MNH radiology residents as part of a longitudinal training program to foster skill transfer. In this lecture, I will share the lessons I’ve learned, including 1) the role of radiologists in promoting healthcare access in developing countries 2) common misconceptions about global health radiology 3) ways to contribute and maximize impact and 4) strategies to maintain sustained growth.

Receive CME credit after the grand rounds event by going to http://bit.ly/2020DiversityRadiology and signing in using your email and password. (Create a new account if you do not have a profile. Contact Tricia Hatcliff at thatclif@stanford.edu with questions.)

September 25, 2020

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

Geraldine McGinty, MD, MBA, FACR

Chief Strategy and Contracting Officer, Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology and Population Science 
Weill Cornell Medical College

Adapting to Succeed in Radiology's Post-Pandemic Future

Radiology’s future will be impacted by uncertainties along a number of axes from reimbursement to potential replacement either by technology or non-physician providers. In this talk Dr. McGinty will explore the way in which radiologists can prepare to adapt and succeed in this dynamic environment.

October

October 9, 2020

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

Savannah Partridge, PhD

Professor of Radiology
University of Washington
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Breast MRI: Innovative Approaches to Improve Breast Cancer Screening

Results of large screening trials have established breast MRI to be the most sensitive technique for detecting breast cancer. It is currently recommended for screening of women with high lifetime risk (>20%). Future directions in breast MRI aim to increase the accessibility of the examination by reducing costs and eliminating the need for gadolinium contrast agents, as well as to improve accuracy for breast cancer detection and provide advanced biological characterization of disease to aid in tailoring therapies. In this presentation, we will discuss the potential of emerging techniques, including abbreviated and ultrafast breast MRI protocols to increase throughput and reduce overall costs of breast MRI, diffusion-weighted MRI to improve diagnostic accuracy and enable cancer detection without the need for a contrast agent, and machine learning/artificial intelligence approaches to aid in diagnosis and management. 

October 23, 2020

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

Alexander Norbash, MD, MS

Professor and Chair of Radiology
UCSD School of Medicine
UC San Diego Health

Coals to Newcastle; Experimentation, Design Thinking, and the Translational Future of Radiology

We live in an imperfect world, which we hope and believe is continuously evolving toward perfection. In order to maximize the rate of such progress, it may be beneficial to consider the perspective of experimentalism and to intentionally strengthen and reinforce such a culture. Building a culture of experimentation necessitates broadly cultivating curiosity, guaranteeing data’s primacy over opinion, democratizing experimentation, being ethically aware, and embracing a different leadership model. Similarly, as we consider refining our cultures to more broadly embrace and believe in experimentalism, we can integrate design thinking as a driver for practical innovation. Design thinking demands extraordinary empathy with users, defining users needs while adding your insights, ideating and innovating, prototyping, and committing to testing and learning. Stanford has been a celebrated leader in this work. Effective leadership models are central to succeeding at creating a culture of experimentalism and design thinking. The servant-leader, who sets an example and influences positive behavior with humility and through service, perhaps mobilizes the potential of the group most effectively. Our optimized future may well be realized through experimentalism, design thinking, and servant-leadership.

November

November 12, 2020

5:30-6:30PM | Zoom Meeting

Thomas M. Grist, MD, FACR

Chair, Department of Radiology
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health

— Etta K. Moskowitz Lectureship —

Promoting Innovation Within Your Team: Lessons Learned From 40 Years In MRI

The creative process has biological origin in the human brain that is shaped by external social and environmental factors. Advances in diagnostic imaging, including MRI, are widely considered some of the most important developments in medicine during the past half century, and will likely continue to have a significant impact on human health. Innovation in MRI through academic-industrial partnerships has accelerated the development of the field, and examination through the lens of magnetic resonance imaging provides remarkable insight into the biological basis and external factors that shape the creative process. Lessons learned from these experiences provide practical guidance to how we can enhance our creativity as individuals and ensure innovation amongst interdisciplinary teams.

December

December 11, 2020

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

Guido Davidzon, MD

Clinical Associate Professor, Radiology
Stanford University

Artificial Intelligence in Nuclear Medicine

Matthew Lungren, MD, MPH

Associate Professor, Radiology
Stanford University

Title TBD

Bhavik Patel, MD, MBA

Assistant Professor, Radiology
Stanford University

Title TBD

January

January 8, 2021

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

Jan Fritz, MD, PD, RMSK

Associate Professor of Radiology
Division Chief, Musculoskeletal Imaging
NYU Langone Health

Title TBD

January 22, 2021

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

Martin Pomper, MD, PhD

Professor of Radiology and Radiological Science; Director, Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging
Johns Hopkins University

Title TBD

February

February 12, 2021

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

Kassa Darge, MD, PhD, FSAR

William L. Van Alan Endowed Chair, Department of Radiology, and
Radiologist-in-Chief at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

— Juergen Willmann Lectureship —

Title TBD

February 26, 2021

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

Cheri Canon, MD, FACR

Chair and Professor of Radiology
University of Alabama

Title TBD

March

March 12, 2021

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

U. Joseph Schoepf, MD, FACR, FAHA, FNASCI, FSCBT-MR, FSCCT

Professor of Radiology, Medicine, and Pediatrics;  Director, Division of Cardiovascular Imaging; Vice Chair of Research, Department of Radiology & Radiological Science; Assistant Dean for Clinical Research, College of Medicine
Medical University of South Carolina

Cardiac CT: From Structure to Function

March 26, 2021

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

Theresa McLoud, MD

Professor of Radiology
Manorama and Virender Saini Endowed Chair in Radiology Education
Diagnostic Radiology Program Director
Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Title TBD

April

April 9, 2021

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

Howard B. Chrisman, MD, MBA

Professor of Radiology & Surgery
Interim Chair, Surgery
Northwestern Medicine

Title TBD

April 23, 2021

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

James Hui, MD, PhD

Resident of Radiology
Stanford University

Title TBD

Lynne Martin, MD

Resident of Radiology
Stanford University

Title TBD

Lola Oladini, MD, MBA

Resident of Radiology
Stanford University

Title TBD

May

May 14, 2021

12:00-1:00PM | Zoom Meeting

Mitchell Schnall, MD, PhD, FACR

Chair and Eugene P. Pendergrass Professor of Radiology
University of Pennsylvania

— Gary M. Glazer Lectureship —

Title TBD