Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology Residents for 2021

Congratulations to our newly selected Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology Residents for 2021.

Congratulations Pattana Wangaryattawanich

Congratulations Pattana Wangaryattawanich, recipient of the RSNA Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award

Congratulations Dr. Squires on this recognition by The Academy CECI!

Dr. Judy Squires appointed by the Academy for Radiology and Biomedical Imaging Research as a new member of the Academy Council for Early Career Investigators in Imaging.

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Carl Fuhrman, MD: Master Diagnostician, Educator, Mentor, Colleague, Friend

Dr. Carl Fuhrman died unexpectantly the evening of June 27th, 2020 doing what he loved most… reading x-rays. He was the consummate medical educator, clinician and all-around academic radiologist. His passion for teaching was known in and outside the radiology department. He won the department teaching award year after year, even after it was renamed for him. Carl also won the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Golden Apple Award 9 times. Radiology and the department loomed large in his life, and his trainees, colleagues and associates within and outside of the department were his family.

UPMC Radiologists named in Pittsburgh Magazine’s Best Doctors of 2020

Congratulations to the radiologists: Vikas Agarwal, H. Scott Beasley, Wendie Berg, Barton F. Branstetter, William T. Delfyett, Carl Fuhrman, Marion A. Hughes, Emanuel Kanal, Joan M. Lacomis, Paul J. Lee, Joseph M. Mettenburg Paula M. Novelli, William E. Rothfus, Jules H. Sumkin, Jeffrey D. Towers, and Mitchell E. Tublin as “Pittsburgh Magazine’s Best Doctors” of 2020.

Congratulations to the radiologists selected under Radiology as “Pittsburgh Magazine’s Best Doctors” of 2020:

Employee Appreciation Day 2020

Happy Employee Appreciation Day everyone!! Thanks for all that you do each and every day for Radiology! The impact that you have on our patients, our research, and our daily operations is immeasurable. You are at the heart of what we do, and we are so grateful to have you as part of our team. THANK YOU! Drifter the therapy dog was certainly the star of the show!

Frontiers in Molecular Imaging: State-of-the-Art PET Imaging in Oncology, Cardiology, Neurology

The Division of Nuclear Medicine was fortunate enough to hold a symposium on Nov 21, 2019 entitled: “Frontiers in Molecular Imaging: State-of- the-Art PET Imaging in Oncology, Cardiology, Neurology”, backed by a great leadership from the department chairman Dr. Jules Sumkin. The venue was the Cathedral Room on the top floor of the Oaklander Hotel on the University of Pittsburgh campus. The symposium was organized in part to commemorate the long career of our very own radiochemist, Chet Mathis, PhD, who invented and validated the Pittsburgh compound-B (PiB). This PET radiotracer capable of imaging beta amyloid plaques aids in the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, and has spawned an entire field of neuroimaging of dementias. A truly world class faculty from top institutions had graced the the event. The keynote speaker Dr.

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