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Summer 2023 Newsletter

2023-2024 Officers


President: James O'Brien, MD, MBA

President Elect: Austin Dixon, MD, MBA

Vice President: Taylor Stone, MD

Secretary-Treasurer: Sujata V. Ghate, MD, FACR

Immediate Past President: Lauren Nicola, MD, FACR



NCRS achieves

2023 Chapter Recognition Award for Membership


Thank you from Dr. Nicola to everyone who worked so hard on our chapter recognition forms and most importantly to all of you for making our chapter so spectacular in the first place!


 

Congratulations to NC 2023 ACR Fellows


C. Peter Chang, MD - Charlotte Radiology

Karl S. Chiang, MD - Eastern Radiologists

James Vincent Ferris, MD - Charlotte Radiology

Yueh Z. Lee, MD - UNC

Lauren P. Nicola, MD - Triad Radiology

Erik Karl Paulson, MD - Duke

Jeffrey Robert Petrella, MD - Duke

Christopher J. Roth, MD - Duke

Christopher Crim Thomas, MD - Eastern Radiologists

Vanessa Albernaz Workman, MD - Eastern Radiologists


 


Dr. Dale Shaw spearheaded the development of our chapter's video celebration of the ACR Centennial and would like to thank all who helped develop this remarkable final product


 


Congratulations to current and former UNC faculty and residents for submitting the ACR 2022 Case in Point Winner of the Year!




 

2023 NC ACR Scholars reflect on Hill Day and the Annual Meeting



Dr. Justin Little - Wake Forest


The most interesting talk was listening to a panel of attending radiologists in different fields (teleradiology, academics, private practice, and locums) and the similarities and differences each practice affords. The conference opened my eyes to how much goes on outside of the reading room as it relates to the practice of radiology.







Dr. Henry Stiepel - UNC


It was informative to learn how the ACR sets standards and practicing parameters that affect us all. I was glad to see how input from all members is considered and open debate is allowed to help resolve disagreements. It was great to see how our physician leaders our pushing our legislative branches to ensure patient safety and fair compensation.













 Dr. Micaela Nannery - Duke

        Shares her experience in photos



 


NCRS Global Health Fellowship recipient trains colleagues in Malawi


The pathology was different and oftentimes more advanced than what I have seen throughout my training. My differential diagnoses included things I have rarely or never encountered in North Carolina such as schistosomiasis, tuberculosis and ergotism.







      Dr. Rachel Brader - UNC


 

Editor's Note: Elizabeth Vorhis, MD

I hope you are enjoying these last weeks of summer

and are inspired by the many ways our chapter

members engage locally, nationally, and even Email Beth

internationally. If you have information you would like

to share in our next newsletter, please let me know.

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