Resident Research Day 2014 was an exciting and educational event, packed with imaging advancements and novel techniques. We congratulate each resident on their excellent research, and look forward to their future work. From screening for colon cancer, to using muscle size to determine surgical readiness, these residents work to advance the field of imaging and are proud to present their findings. Their presentations are listed below.
Mircea Cristescu, M.D.– Percutaneous Microwave Ablation For The Treatment Of Renal Angiomyolipoma: Initial Experience
Matt Lee, M.D.–More than Meets the Eye: Thoracic Manifestations of Ocular Disorders
Theodora Potretzke, M.D.–Microwave Versus Radiofrequency Ablation for the Treatment of HCC: A Comparison of Efficacy and Safety at a Single Center
Amanda Smolock, M.D.– Hepatic Microwave Ablation Adjacent To The Diaphragm: Safety And Efficacy
Jacob Thomas, M.D.– Clinically Relevant Implications Of Catheter Directed CT Angio In TACE
Guofan Xu, M.D.–Visual Assessment of 11C-PIB PET and 18F-FDG PET for Detection of Amyloid Burden and Abnormal Metabolism Among Cognitively Normal Middle-aged Adults With High Risks for Alzheimer’s DiseaseRead the full article at: https://radiology.wisc.edu/news/resident-research-day-2014-bursting-at-the-seams-with-innovation/