Erick M Remer, MD
Radiologists Beware: Pitfalls in Genitourinary Imaging
Monday, July 14, 2014
Sam Jackson Hall
Erick M. Remer, MD FACR FSAR is Professor of Radiology in the Section of Abdominal Imaging of the Imaging Institute at the Cleveland Clinic. He completed his undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of Michigan, a transitional internship at Henry Ford Hospital, and residency at Northwestern University, before returning to Ann Arbor for a fellowship in CT, MRI, and Ultrasound.
Dr. Remer is actively involved in a number of Radiological organizations and has served as Chair of GU Radiology on the RSNA and ARRS Scientific program committees, as a member of the Education Program Committee of the SAR, and is currently Specialty Chair of the ACR Appropriateness Criteria expert panel on Urological Imaging. Dr. Remer serves as Director of Abdominal Imaging Research at the Cleveland Clinic and his interests lie predominantly in the area of Genitourinary Imaging. He has participated in over 90 peer-reviewed publications, 113 abstract presentations, and 65 invited presentations.
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Diagnostic Radiology Grand Rounds
Thomas Grist, MD
State of the Art and Future Directions for Cardiovascular MRI
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
University Hospital South
Dr. Thomas Grist is a visiting professor from University of Wisconsin Department of Radiology with a specialized interest in Cardiovascular Imaging. He has been at the University of Wisconsin since 1991. Dr. Grist is interested in the development and application of advanced magnetic resonance imaging techniques for diagnosis and therapy of human disease, primarily for the evaluation of cardiovascular disorders. Specifically, the cardiovascular MR imaging group at the University of Wisconsin has focused efforts on the development of noninvasive techniques for diagnosing cardiac and vascular disease using MRI.
You can view his full Bio on the University of Wisconsin site here.
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