the high price of financial toxicity
Dr. Gelareh Sadigh has found patients with serious, relapsing diseases are caught in a bind when they can't afford the care they need. She's also looking at ways radiologists can help.
medical imaging program class of 2021
After persevering through a global pandemic that upended clinical training, the Class of 2021 nimbly jumped back on track. On May 14, these 22 men and women received their Bachelor of Medical Science in Medical Imaging degrees and took the oath of the radiographer.
The heart of quality: Dr. pratik rachh
Over the past seven years, Dr. Rachh has played pivotal roles in significant quality initiatives. Get to know the man as he pivots to a new role and new phase in his career.
Emory First in GA to offer pet-mr imaging
The Emory University Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences now offers something no one else in Georgia does: 3.0T whole-body magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and time-of-flight whole-body positron emissions tomography (PET). The new machine is available for clinical and research studies.
Adopt-A-Resident Program announces 2021 grantees
The Adopt-A-Resident Program grantees are building a global health residency track, continuing the department's commitment to both resident-led curricular innovation and building training capacity in countries like Tanzania and Ethiopia.