CHICAGO—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 them in our newsletter or check the RSNA section of our website.
What brought you to RSNA this year? What are you excited about?
“I've been to at least 25 RSNA events and three since I moved to Hawaii in 2007 alone. For me it's about seeing old friends and continuing my professional education. Seeing Chicago is a big part of it too. I love visiting.”
Heather Penney, MD, radiologist at The Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii
“This is my third time at RSNA--my first two times I was a resident. This time, I'm doing a couple presentations about GI radiology and emergency radiology.”
Cynthia Cruz, MD, research fellow in radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
“This is my third year at RSNA. I come because it's one of the largest meetings for radiology. I enjoy the variety of topics and that you can meet people from all different backgrounds. You also get to see new research and application that we can look forward to.”
Ishani Dalal, MD, radiologist at Henry Ford Medical Center, Detroit