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Free Daily Lecture for Radiologists Worldwide; live streamed and on-demand
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Why Noon Conference?
- Click on the individual session’s register buttons below
- Daily, 12pm Eastern, Monday-Friday
- Duration: 60 minutes
- Will it be recorded? Yes! all Noon Conferences will be recorded and made available on-demand
Radiologists and residents around the world are rapidly adapting to their new workflow during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many resident programs have reduced or canceled their daily lectures and practicing radiologists have seen their clinical volumes decrease significantly.
MRI Online recognizes the need to continue to provide practicing radiologists and residents an excellent educational experience. Beginning Monday March 23, 2020 we will be offering daily noon lectures available live, online at no charge. Please join us as you have the opportunity to learn from some of the most well respected radiology educators in the world.
Presenting This Week
A HUGE thank you to our esteemed faculty for signing up to lecture!
Dr. Laura L. Avery
Penile and Scrotal Emergencies
Laura Avery is an Emergency Radiologist. She is the radiology clerkship director for Harvard medical students at MGH. Dr. Avery has received numerous teaching awards. She has also been recognized as an “Honored Educator” by the RSNA.
Dr. Elizabeth Lee
Cardiac Tumors: How to Image and Reach a Diagnosis
Dr. Elizabeth Lee is an assistant professor at Michigan Medicine in the division of Cardiothoracic Radiology. Her interest include medical student and resident education.
Dr. Dinesh Rao
CT Perfusion of the Brain
Dinesh Rao is Associate Professor of Radiology and Neurosurgery at UF Health Jacksonville. He is the section chief of neuroradiology.
Dr. Carolynn DeBenedectis
REPLAY: Breast Intervention Part 2
Dr. Carolynn DeBenedectis is an associate professor of radiology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. In addition she has the roles of Vice Chair for Education and Radiology Residency Program director.
Dr. Nicola Schieda
Renal Imaging: Bosniak Classification version 2019
Dr. Schieda is a Genitourinary Radiologist and Director of Abdominal MRI at The Ottawa Hospital and Associate Professor at The University of Ottawa. Active in clinical research, Dr. Schieda's interests relate to imaging diagnosis of adrenal, renal and prostate malignancies.