What’s the word at RSNA 2013 – Day 1

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.

Today’s question:

With the show just kicking off, what are you most interested in seeing at this year’s RSNA?

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Chau Lee, MD, Hospital Gelderse Vallei, Njmeyen, the Netherlands


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Ajit Goenka, MD, Cleveland Clinic

“I’m mostly interested in multi-modality imaging and how that translates to the overlapping ideas about research and clinical implementations to improve health.”

Susatana Hui, PhD, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis