Daily Noon Conference, Livestreamed, 12pm Eastern Monday-Friday

Free Daily Lecture for Radiologists Worldwide; live streamed and on-demand

Why Noon Conference?

    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.

  • 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

Presenting This Week

A HUGE thank you to our esteemed faculty for signing up to lecture!

Monday 6/1/20
Dr. David Pastel

Imaging of Tinnitus


Dr. Pastel is the Director of Neuroradiology at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. His research and clinical interests are in head and neck imaging as well as spine imaging and intervention.

Tuesday 6/2/20
Dr. Scott Simpson

Tiny Dots and Spots - Approach to Micronodular Lung Disease

Dr. Scott Simpson is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology at the University of Pennsylvania, Radiology Residency Program Director and Director of Medical Student Education. His interests include resident and medical student education, lung transplant, chronic thromboembolic disease, and ILD.

Wednesday 6/3/20
Dr. Nadine Mallak

Anatomic and Functional Imaging of Neuroendocrine Tumors

Dr. Nadine Mallak is an Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Radiology at Oregon Health and Science University, Divisions of Body Imaging and Nuclear Medicine. Her areas of interest focus on novel molecular imaging tracers, and the combination of anatomic and functional imaging.

Thursday 6/4/20
Dr. Chara Rydzak

Bronchiectasis - A Case-Based Review

Dr. Chara Rydzak is an Assistant Professor of Radiology in the Cardiothoracic Imaging Section at OHSU. She received an MD PhD in Health Policy at Harvard University, completed Residency at UPenn, and Fellowship at Stanford. Previously she was faculty at MIR.

Friday 6/5/20
Dr. Pauline Germaine

Retrograde Urethrography

As a practicing radiologist, Dr. Pauline Germaine splits her time equally between breast and body imaging with research focused on Contrast-Enhanced Spectral Mammography. Her academic focus is on medical student and resident education. 

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