2016-2017 Leadership Track Inaugural Resident, Catherine Phillips
The BWH Radiology Resident Leadership Tract was designed to give interested residents an opportunity to complement and extend their diagnostic education with tangible leadership skills and experiences. Together with the support from my mentor Stacy Smith, I designed a curriculum that provides the opportunity for residents to practice negotiation skills, acquire perspective on the industry of radiology, and become agents of change in their community. Highlights of this pathway included participating in the the Radiology Leadership Institute Leadership Summit (with a scholarship from the Massachusetts Radiological Society), attending the Massachusetts Radiological Society Leadership Symposium, being selected to attend the Harvard Macy Program for Future Clinical Educators (with a full merit based scholarship), and taking advantage of the Radiological Society of North America’s leadership pathway courses offered at the society’s annual meeting in Chicago, IL. Additionally, I was awarded both the Level 1 Certificate of Leadership Fundamentals and Level 2 Certificate of Leadership Proficiency from the Radiology Leadership Institute.
2016-2017 Educator Track Participant, Shanna Matalon
With the support of the educational leadership, I was been given the opportunity to develop this track from the ground up, as well as to explore various sides of medical education, including educational research and educational leadership. Some of the highlights of my experience completing this track include attending the Harvard Macy Program for Future Clinician Educators, a 3-day intensive program to enhance skills and scholarship in medical education, being selected as the ACR Valerie P. Jackson Education Fellowship, winning the 3rd place trainee prize at the 2017 AUR on an educational research project conducted with my co-resident, Oren Johnson, and creating a four-hour, interactive abdominal tutorial session for the Harvard Medical School radiology clerkship with Raquel Alencar from the abdominal division. I experienced teaching at multiple levels, including monthly teaching commitments with the medical students on their radiology clerkship, three sessions teaching residents and/or fellows and a single session teaching ~100 PA students at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS).
Tatiana Kelil recently completed an internship at ABC headquarters in NYC
Rotation at ABC
Tatiana Kelil recently completed an internship at ABC headquarters in NYC; this internship provides a unique opportunity for residents to gain exposure to and acquire basic competencies in medical journalism . The experience involves critically analyzing journal articles and vetting accuracy of medical content for the news, interviewing medical experts and writing medical news stories for ABCNews.com and attending daily meetings with the production teams from World News, GMA, and ABCNews.com. The rotation also teaches residents how to use social media to improve health literacy and spread public health messages.
|Tatiana Kelil recently completed an internship at ABC headquarters in NYC|
Tatiana Kelil traveled to Capitol Hill in Washington DC with Dr Steven Seltzer( former chairman of radiology) on April 12 2016
Congressional visit advocating for imaging research funding at Capitol Hill, Washington DC
Tatiana Kelil traveled to Capitol Hill in Washington DC with Dr. Steven Seltzer( former chairman of radiology) on April 12, 2016 and met with different senators and house representatives. The purpose of the trip was to advocate for research funding and ensure members of congress involved in policy making and funding decisions understand the importance of research in imaging. To this end we demonstrated how some innovations in imaging such as 3D printing and Virtual reality can be used for patient care.
|Tatiana Kelil traveled to Capitol Hill in Washington DC with Dr Steven Seltzer( former chairman of radiology) on April 12 2016|
Trip to Capitol Hill
to learn about and practice lobbying as part of a course on Health Policy sponsored by Partners Health Care.
Junzi Shi, MD
• Accepted into the 2018 Health Policy Course, organized and sponsored by the Partners Center of Expertise in Health Policy and Management
• Selected as the 2017-2018 RSNA Representative
Oren Johnson, MD
Selected to participate in the 2017 Humanitarian Response Intensive Course offered through the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
Thomas Ng, MD
Selected by the Center for Molecular Imaging Innovations and Translation (CMIIT) Board of Directors as the 2017-2019 CMIIT Intern. The internship includes a travel stipend up to $1,500 per year to assist in paying travel expenses to attend the SNMMI Mid-Winter and/or Annual Meetings.
Tony Wong Trinh, MD
The recipient of a full scholarship to attend the Harvard Business School's Healthcare Conference.
Oren Johnson, MD
Winner of the of Expertise in Global & Humanitarian Health travel grant for $1850, to fund his planned trip to Haiti in March 2017.
Elizabeth George, MD
• 2017 Mass. Radiologic Society - Resident/Fellow BWH Officer
• RSNA 2016 Resident Trainee Research Prize for the project: Utility and Reproducibility of 3-Dimensional Printed Models in Pre-Operative Planning of Superior Sulcus Tumors
Sha-har Admoni, MD
RSNA 2016 Resident Trainee Research Prize for the project: "Dual Energy CT for Evaluation of Polycystic Kidneys: A Multi Reader Study"
Oren Johnson, MD, and Greg Bonci, MD
New England Roentgen Ray Society Executive Committee Resident Representatives
Matt Haber, MD
Trainee Representative BWH Graduate Medical Education Committee (BWHEC) 2016-20
Catherine Phillips, MDLinda Ratanaprasatporn, MD, Lisa Ratanaprasatporn, MD, Greg Bonci, MD, and Oren Johnson, MD,
2016 Massachusetts Radiological Society Leadership Symposium Reps (fully funded)
• 50% funded scholarship for the 2016 Radiology Leadership Institute (RLI) Leadership Summit
• Awarded a full scholarship through Partners Healthcare International to attend the 2016 Harvard Macy Post Graduate Program for Trainees
Ged Wieschhoff, MD, Brett Walker, MD and
Tony Trinh, MD
2016 ACR representatives from Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program
Ged Wieschhoff, MD
Mass Rad Society 50% funded scholarship for the 2015 Radiology Leadership Institute (RLI) Leadership Summit
Tatiana Kelil, MD
Recipient of the 2015 Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award issued by the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Research and Education Foundation
Recipient of the 2015 Maker of Merit Award at the National Maker Faire in Washington DC for demonstrating creativity and innovation at the "3D printing in health care" display booth
Nikunj Chauhan, MD, Jeffrey Chick, MD, MPH
"Mellins Foundation Society Grant" to do Interventional Radiology in Rwanda.
"Youth in Training Award" to go to the European Society of Radiology.
"Partners Global and Humanitarian Health Center of Expertise Travel Grant" for their proposal "Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology Outreach and Training in Rwanda"
Jeffrey Chick, MD, MPH
Resident Activity Honorarium to attend the International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy in 2015
John Gilbert, MD
Mass Rad Society 50% funded scholarship for the 2014 Radiology Leadership Institute (RLI) Leadership Summit
Elizabeth George, M.B.B.S.
Gravitational Gradient in Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm during CT Angiography as a Sign of Disturbed Hemodynamics and Adverse Clinical Outcomes. Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography 2014, San Diego, CA. Won the Toshiba Young Investigator Award.
Nikunj Chauhan, MD, Jeffrey Chick, MD, Alex Fairchild, MD
Society of Interventional Radiology Resident-in-training Annual Meeting Scholarship recipients for 2013
Bela Kis, MD, PhD
2011 - 2012 RSNA Research Fellow Grant. Brigham and Women's Hospital
Effects of Focused Ultrasound on Cerebral Microvascular Endothelial Cells and Pericytes - Investigating the Molecular Mechanisms of Focused Ultrasound-Induced Blood-Brain Barrier Opening
Michael Rosenthal, MD
Grant: RSNA Research & Education Foundation Resident Research Grant
Quantitative Estimation of Metastatic Tumor Burden in the Liver Using CT Perfusion Imaging
7/1/2008 - 6/30/2009 , $30000
Dr. Vardan Amirbekian
He won the 2008 RSNA Trainee Research Award / Prize. He was give this award for his work investigating magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of human aortic atherosclerosis using a molecularly targeted MRI contrast agent. The contrast agent was based on gadolinium and designed to target macrophages, which are cells thought to play an important role in the pathogenesis of atherosclerotic plaque. Atherosclerosis is the leading cause death in industrialized nations and it is the leading cause of heart disease, myocardial infarction, stroke and peripheral vascular disease. Currently we do not have imaging techniques that can directly assess atherosclerosis reliably.
The 2007 RSNA Trainee Research Prize was awarded to Dr Vardan Amirbekian for his work entitled Molecular MRI of Atherosclerosis Using P947 and Co-Localization of Fluorescent Europium-P947 with Matrix Metalloproteinases in Atherosclerotic Plaques.
Dr. Jeffrey Sung
He won the 2008 Resident RSNA Trainee Research Prize.
Outside CT Imaging in Emergency Department Transfers: Characterizing the Workload on Radiologists and the Frequency of Repeat Imaging
AIRP (American Institute for Radiologic Pathology)
2016 (Feb.-Mar.) Gregory Bonci, MD
AFIP (Armed Forces Institute of Pathology)
2012 Shaan Shah, MD
Coal Workers’ Pneumoconiosis. AIRP Best Cases in Radiologic-Pathologic Correlation: Coal Workers’ Pneumoconiosis. Shah et al. RadioGraphics Vol. 32, No. 7: 2047-2052
Resident Research Award Winners2011 - Bela Kis, MD
RSNA Roentgen Research Award2014 - Tatiana Kelil, MD, Faculty for four RSNA refresher training courses “Hands on 3D printing”.
George Marina Memorial Faculty Teaching Award Winners1998 - Roman Klufas, MD
Medical Student Teaching Award Winners (awarded to residents for their outstanding service in medical student teaching)2006-2007 - Juan Small, MD, Michael Baldwin, MD, Glenn Gaviola, MD
Fellow Teaching Award Winners2014-2015 - Matthew Oliff, MD
HMS Teaching Award Winners2016 - Jeffrey Guenette, MD, Oren Johnson, MD, Paul Bunch, MD
Lifetime Achievement Award for Educational Leadership2016 - Steven Seltzer, MD
Educational Program Leadership Award2016 - Barbara Weissman, MD and Don Di Salvo, MD
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