Kim Butts Pauly to Chair the Gordon Conference

Kim Butts Pauly, PhD, will chair the Gordon Conference on In Vivo Magnetic Resonance in Andover, NH, on July 14-19. The theme of the meeting is “MRI for a Changing World”.

McNab, Cao, Lee and Zimmermann receive honors at 2024 ISMRM

Jennifer McNab named ISMRM fellow and Xiaozhi Cao, Philip Lee, and Judith Zimmermann named as a Junior Fellow.

New Cyclotron and Radiochemistry Facility

On January 31, 2024 the ribbon cutting ceremony was held to celebrate this significant expansion.

1st place at SIIM 2024 Scientific Poster & Demo Award

The Stanford Radiology affiliated poster “Enhancing MRI Service Delivery: A Data-Driven Approach to Reducing Wait Times and Increasing Throughput” won 1st place.

2024 SNMMI "Ones to Watch"

Shashi Singh, MBBS, and Wenhui Zhou, MD, PhD, were selected as early career professionals with the potential to shape the future of precision medicine across all spectrums of the field.

2023 Distinguished Investigator Council

Aya Kamaya, MD, Jennifer McNab, PhD, Kawin Setsompop, PhD, and Avnesh Thakor, MD, PhD were inducted into the Academy’s 2023 Distinguished Investigator Council.


 

2024 Bio-X Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship

Samantha Reyes, BS has received a 2024 Bio-X Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship and won first place at the NCC-AAPM Young Investigators Symposium.

ARRS Melissa Rosado de Christenson Award

Jessica Wen, MD, PhD received the ARRS Melissa Rosada de Christenson Resident/Fellow in Radiology Award.

Photon Counting CT Installed

A new prototype GE HealthCare photon counting CT (PCCT) scanner has been installed at 3155 Porter Drive, only the second such scanner in the United States.

SNMMI Presidential Distinguished Service Awards

George M. Segall, MD, the Stanford Nuclear Medicine physicians, and LPCH pediatric radiologists all won Presidential Distinguished Service Awards.

Match Day 2024

Stanford Radiology matched nine Diagnostic Radiology (DR) residents, three Interventional Radiology/Diagnostic Radiology (IR/DR) residents, and one Nuclear Medicine/Diagnostic Radiology (NM/DR) resident to start in July 2025.

Stanford Pediatric Nuclear Medicine in the News

NBC Bay Area News interviews Helen Nadel, MD, and highlights Stanford Pediatric Nuclear Medicine in helping treat children with cancer.


 
 

 

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