Letter from the INTERIM Chair
In a final conversation with the Rad Report, Dr. Carolyn Meltzer talks about leadership and what she'll miss least about the Emory Radiology community. Plus, see the special tribute page with written and video testimonials from faculty, staff, trainees, and alumni, as well as a recording of her farewell celebration.
LaTasha Paige is Emory Radiology’s new program director for imaging services quality and patient safety. Her impressive range of experience and training make her a perfect fit.
Dr. Deqiang Qui and colleagues received a $3.8 million grant from the National Institute on Aging to advance brain imaging techniques to better understand the impact of Alzheimer's disease on brain function.
Carol Dowdle's love of learning and asking questions have connected her with rewarding career opportunities. Learn more about this dynamic member of the administrative team.
Emory Radiology's first PET/MRI scan with a prostate specific membrane antigen (PSMA) radiotracer, a first for Georgia, too, is a game-changer for men with prostate cancer. Learn more about this innovation.
In this ongoing series, Emory Radiology team members reflect on and celebrate diversity in all its forms while also identifying opportunities to improve equity and inclusion. This issue spotlights team members sharing why "I'm proud to be me."