CME Radiology Grand Rounds


2nd Fridays, 12:00pm (except June, July, & August)

4th Fridays, 12:00pm (except June, July, & August)


Global Learning Objectives:

1. Critically analyze research, guidelines and appropriate use criteria to develop best-practice diagnosis and treatment strategies

2. Evaluate latest innovations in imaging to assess safety and effectiveness

Date/Time Venue


Talk Title

September 19, 2019


Munzer Auditorium

Gentry Patrick, PhD

Professor of Biological Sciences
UC San Diego

Becoming a Neuroscientist: The Impact of Access, Menntorship and Advocacy

September 27, 2019


Li Ka Shing, LK130

Laura W. Bancroft, MD, FACR

Adjunct Professor of Radiology
University of Central Florida College of Medicine

Best Practices in Hip Imaging

October 11, 2019


Alway M106

Raag Airan, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor of Radiology
Stanford University

Kim Butts Pauly, PhD

Professor of Radiology
Stanford University

Basic and Clinical Neuroscientific Applications of Non-Invasive Transcranial Focused Ultrasound

October 25, 2019


Clark Auditorium

Iain Ross McDougall, MD

Professor of Radiology and Medicine Emeritus
Stanford University

Sonar, Science, Scotland and Serendipity: The Birth of Medical Ultrasound

November 8, 2019


Clark Auditorium

Persis Drell, PhD

Provost, James and Anna Marie Spilker Professor
Professor of Materials, Science and Engineering and of Physics
Stanford University

Aspirations: Stanford’s Efforts to Increase Diversity and Collaboration

November 14, 2019


Clark Auditorium

John P.A. Ioannidis, MD

C.F. Rehnborg Chair in Disease Prevention
Stanford University

Etta K. Moskowitz Lectureship

Transparency, Bias and Usefulness in Biomedical Research

December 13, 2019


Li Ka Shing LK 101/102

Nicole Seiberlich, PhD

Associate Professor of Radiology
University of Michigan

Rapid and Quantitative MRI of the Heart

January 10, 2020


Clark Auditorium

Savvas Nicolaou, MD, FRCPC

Professor of Radiology
University of British Columbia

Dual-Energy CT In The Acute Setting Making A Difference When It Matters Most

January 24, 2020


Li Ka Shing LK120

Mark Schiebler, MD

Professor of Cardiothoracic Radiology
University of Wisconsin

Mining Chest CT Metrics to Improve Patient Outcomes

February 14, 2020


Clark Auditorium

Kristen Yeom, MD

Associate Professor, Radiology
Stanford University

Jennifer McNab, PhD

Associate Professor, Radiology
Stanford University

Dr. Yeom: Neuroimaging of Pediatric Brain Tumors: Past Decade at Stanford Children’s

Dr. McNab: Advanced Approaches to Brain Diffusion MRI for Disease Assessment and Treatment Targeting

February 28, 2020


Li Ka Shing LK 101/102

Maureen P. Kohi, MD, FSIR

Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology
Chief, Interventional Radiology

Interventional Radiology and Women’s Health: A Perspective

March 13, 2020


Li Ka Shing LK 101/102

Sara Shams, MD, PhD

SUH Radiology Resident
Stanford University

Andrew Wentland, MD, PhD

SUH Radiology Resident
Stanford University

Dr. Shams: Cerebral Small Vessel Disease-Significance in Healthy Aging, Dementia, and Stroke

Dr. Wentland: An Artificial Intelligence Approach to Impove the Differentiation of Surgical from Non-Surgical Cystic Renal Lesions

April 10, 2020


Zoom Meeting

Emily F. Conant, MD

Professor of Radiology
Chief, Breast Imaging
University of Pennsylvania
Perelman School of Medicine

Abbreviated Breast MR: Early Implementaton and Outcomes

April 24, 2020



Eric J. Keller, MD, MA

Resident in Radiology
Stanford University

Professional Cultures In Healthcare: An Anthropologic Look At Turf Wars, Perceived Value, And The Role of Radiology

Course Directors: Sanjiv Sam Gambhir, MD, PhD, and Andrei H. Iagaru, MD



The Stanford University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.


Credit Designation

The Stanford University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of: 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


Cultural and Linguistic Competency

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