RSNA is a chance for those in the radiology community to meet, swap stories and share information about the latest developments in imaging. In that spirit, Health Imaging will be talking to people at the meeting each day and asking them each one question. We’ll share a few responses each day, so be sure to keep an eye out for our newsletter or check the RSNA section of our website.
Today’s question: With the show just kicking off, what are you most interested in seeing at this year’s RSNA?
Martin Popovic, MSc – research scientist, Medical University of Vienna
“It’s my first time at RSNA so I’m looking forward to just the wide variety of information…From an engineering side, I’m interested in seeing the new devices and how we can help people from an interventional side.”
Roger Helmersson – purchasing controller, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Göteborg, Sweden
“We are building a new medical building at the hospital and we’re going to purchase new equipment at that building, so I’m looking at MR, CT and angio.”
Sarvenaz Pourjabbar, MD – research fellow, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
“It’s my first experience at RSNA. I find it very amazing. It’s very big…I think it’s very exciting to see all the people and get to know them…it’s a good opportunity to learn."