Our Communications Coordinator, Mohsina Yusuf, will be the first to tell you how challenging it can be to have a unique name. It's provided for the frustrating experiences she shares in this reflection of the microaggression she's dealt with since grade school and explains why correcting people isn't all that easy.
Busy is an understatement for Dr. Johnson. From serving as the Chief of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Emory Midtown, to being a founding director of the Division of Emergency and Trauma Imaging, he looks at each day as an exciting challenge.
Research is one of the key pillars of the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences. Without it, we would not have the global recognition we receive in the field of radiology. Our prestigious program has an equally prestigious group behind the scenes who make everything possible.
July 1st is one of the most exciting days for Emory Radiology. It's the first day we're joined by many new trainees and faculty. This year, due to the pandemic, our department made the switch to a mostly virtual orientation session.