SCIT Program Seminars

The SCIT program hosts a quarterly colloquium during which two trainees present the status of their research.


Wednesday, July 7, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
via ZOOM


“Creating Diverse Research Teams: Why and How”
Marta Nicole Flory, MD


ABSTRACT: Diverse teams have proven to be more effective at solving complex problems; they are more innovative and profitable. This is demonstrated by the sports broadcasting company ESPN, which intentionally recruits and builds diverse media teams.   Yet, building a diverse research and clinical team is challenging, as reflected in the lack of diversity that currently exists within the field of radiology, and within the field of medicine at large. This talk discusses concrete strategies for how to go about building more diverse clinical and research teams, with tools to help you build the best, most successful research and clinical workgroup.

Talk Title TBA
Michael Zhang, MD

Previous Seminars

October 31, 2019

"From Breast to Brain – Investigating the Molecular Mechanisms that Drive Triple Negative Breast Cancer"
Maxine Umeh, PhD


June 28, 2017

"Efficient Simulation of High Channel Count RF Arrays in Realistic Body Models"
Joshua de Bever, PhD

March 16, 2016

"Magnetotactic Bacteria a Living MRI Tracking Agent"
Ryan Spitler, PhD
March 16, 2016