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 28, 2018


LKSC LK101/102

Sandip Biswal, MD

Associate Professor, Radiology
Stanford University

Imaging Pain: Clinical Molecular Imaging of Pain Generators and Inflammation using PET/MRI

October 12, 2018


Clark Auditorium

Hannah Valantine, MD

Chief Officer for Scientific
Workforce Diversity
U.S. National Institutes of Health

NIH’s Scientific Approach to Achieving Inclusive Excellence

November 8, 2018


Munzer Auditorium

Paul Chang, MD, MS

Professor of Radiology
Vice Chair, Radiology Informatics
Medical Director, Pathology Informatics
Medical Director, Enterprise Imaging
University of Chicago

Etta K. Moskowitz Lectureship

Re-engineering Radiology to Optimize Value Innovation: The Return of the "Doctor's Doctor"

December 14, 2018



Daniel K. Sodickson, MD, PhD

Professor of Radiology, Neuroscience, and Physiology
NYU Langone Health

Imaging in a Changing World: The Scanners of the Future, and the Future of Scanning

January 11, 2019


Clark Auditorium

Jeffrey R. Galvin, MD

Professor Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF): Diffuse Lung Injury Modified by Lung Mechanics

January 25, 2019


Clark Auditorium

Elizabeth S. Burnside, MD, MPH, MS

Associate Dean, School of Medicine and Public Health
Deputy Director, Institute of Clinical Translational Science
University of Wisconsin

Imaging as a Powerful "Intermediate Phenotype" to Decipher Biomedical Big Data: Examples in Breast Imaging

February 8, 2019



Stephanie Wilson, MD

Clinical Professor of Radiology
University of Calgary

Juergen Willmann Lectureship

CEUS LI-RADS 5 and LI-RADS M: Do They Look After HCC and Cholangiocarcinoma

February 22, 2019


Clark Auditorium

Wendy DeMartini, MD, FSBI

Professor of Radiology
Chief, Breast Imaging
Stanford University

Sharon Pitteri, PhD

Assistant Professor of Radiology
Stanford University

Dr. DeMartini: Breast Imaging in the Era of Value-Based Care

Dr. Pitteri: Cancer Early Detection Biomarkers - Challenges & Opportunities

March 8, 2019


Clark Auditorium

Phillip M. Young, MD

Chair, Body Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Radiology
Mayo Clinic

CT for Acute Chest Pain: When Technology Advances Faster than Practice

March 22, 2019



Eric Bultman, MD, PHD

Radiology Resident
Stanford University

Mary Ellen Koran, MD, PhD

Radiology Resident
Stanford University

Dylan Wolman, MD

Radiology Resident
Stanford Radiology

Dr. Bultman: Identification of ACL and Meniscal Pathology Using Machine Learning

Dr. Koran: Imaging and Genetics of Neurodegenerative Disease

Dr. Wolman: Dual-energy CT Based Detection of Residual Thromboembolic Material After Mechanical Thrombectomy

April 12, 2019



George Segall, MD

Professor of Radiology
Stanford University

Lane Donnelly, MD

Professor of Radiology
Stanford University

Dr. Segall: The Value Proposition

Dr. Donnelly: A Summary of the ABR Program

April 26, 2019


Clark Auditorium

David Naeger, MD

Associate Professor and Associate Chair for Education
University of California San Francisco

How to Give an Amazing Talk

May 10, 2019



Peter Moskowitz, MD

Emeritus Professor of Pediatric Radiology
Stanford University

Radiology-centered Imaging: How to Save Ourselves and our Specialty in an Age of Epidemic Burnout

May 17, 2019


Clark Auditorium

Gabriel P. Krestin, MD, PhD

Chair and Professor of Radiology
University Medical Centre Rotterdam The Netherlands

Gary M. Glazer Lectureship

Population Imaging for Disease Prediction

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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