Radiology Events

Radiology CME Grand Rounds and Visiting Professors

We invite professors from around the country to speak at our institution to enhance our residents and local radiologists knowledge base.  Our visiting lecturers can be viewed online via live streaming in case you are unable to join us in person. Our target audience for our lectures are OHSU local and Regional, Primary Care Physicians, Specialty Physicians, Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners. CME is available.

Accreditation
Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Credit
OHSU School of Medicine, Division of CME, designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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Explore our archive videos of past visiting lecturers. Go to the previous visiting professor lecturers page

Friday September 23rd

We are honored to have, presenting at diagnostic radiology grand rounds, visiting professor from RAD-AID International:

Daniel Mollura, MD

President and Chief Executive Officer
Daniel J. Mollura, MD

Radiology in Global Health for Poor and Developing Countries

Friday, September 23rd
12:00-1:00 pm Radiology Classroom 10C26
View the recorded session here

This CME Visiting Professor Lecture is sponsored by Diagnostic Radiology, The Dotter Institute and Oregon Radiological Society.
Dr. Mollura's Bio

Dr. Mollura received his MD from John Hopkins University School of Medicine and completed a Diagnostic Radiology Residency and Nuclear Medicine Fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Based on his background as a Goldman Sachs Financial Analyst and prior founding of three other successful start-ups in the media, technology, and public sectors, Dr. Mollura founded and led RAD-AID to become a global nonprofit organization, recently awarded and recognized by the American Medical Association, World Health Organization, American College of Radiology, Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists, and Clinton Global Initiative for innovative public service and international health philanthropy.

Learning Objectives

  1. To understand assessment techniques for radiology scarcity in low and middle-income countries
  2. To compare and comprehend strategies for addressing health care disparities via models of radiology deployment
  3. To describe and analyze interface between medical education, technology innovation, and public health methods for increasing and improving radiology services in resource-poor contexts of the developing world.