Each year the Mississippi Radiological Society awards scholarships at the Honors Day Program at the School of Health Related Professions. This year’s recipients of the scholarships (left to right) were William Chunn, RS Award; Christopher Dean, NMT Award; Jason Barfield, MRI Award.
At the ACR 2019 Annual Meeting in Washington D.C., our chapter received the Excellence in Membership Award.
Pictured: Dr. Daniel Kennedy, resident representative and Dr. Forrest Carson, Chapter Councilor.
Reston, VA (May 7, 2019) – The American College of Radiology (ACR) Radiology Leadership Institute® (RLI) has awarded 10 scholarships to radiology residents and fellows to attend the 2019 RLI Leadership Summit. The RLI is dedicated to providing leadership and business management training opportunities for radiologists at all stages of their careers.
Our very own Dr. Gershon received one of the scholarships to attend the Leadership Summit!The RLI Summit agenda features case study reviews as well as plenary and breakout sessions designed to provide attendees with a state of the art understanding of the challenges facing health care and radiology today.
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The 2019 recipient of The Mississippi Radiological Society scholarship award is Allison Frock.
Allison Frock, a resident of Clinton, Mississippi, and a recent graduate of the Hinds Community College Radiologic Technology program, is the 2019 recipient of The Mississippi Radiological Society scholarship award. The Mississippi Radiological Society, State Chapter of the American College of Radiology, offers this scholarship to one senior student from each program in the state. The recipient is selected by the program faculty and must exemplify academic excellence, financial need and sound moral character. Allison was presented with a $400 check and certificate at the graduate luncheon earlier this month. She is pictured on the bottom right with Clinical Coordinator and Radiologic Technology faculty member, Tiffany Smith. Appreciation goes out to the Mississippi Radiological Society for supporting radiologic technology students.
In addition to that, Allison earned the top academic honor of Valedictorian as well as the top clinical honor of Outstanding Clinical Student. She is pictured on the bottom left with Radiologic Technology Department Chair, Steve Compton receiving her academic honor of Valedictorian. She is pictured on the top receiving her clinical honor of Outstanding Clinical Student with Clinical Instructor and Radiologic Technology faculty member, Nanci Scoles and Clinical Coordinator and Radiologic Technology faculty member, Tiffany Smith.
“PACS has evolved over the past 35 years, and the next decade will be no different. The next generation of PACS technology will be driven by trends such as the expansion of enterprise imaging and the critical need to improve radiology workflow. Artificial intelligence (AI) also will have an impact.”
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