RSNA 2017 Presentation and Poster

I am thrilled to share that I will be presenting a poster and doing an oral presentation at the 2017 Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America later this month. I’ll be presenting on the “Additive Benefit of Quantitative Radiomics in Distinguishing Between Benign Lesions and Luminal A Cancer Subtypes on a Large Clinical Breast MRI Dataset.” The research was done in collaboration with the Giger lab at the University of Chicago, where I have been working while on sabbatical. The first author is Nathan Taylor, an exceptionally bright student at Wheaton College. 

A screenshot of our title and author list. 

A screenshot of our title and author list. 

I'm especially thrilled because I am grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with Dr. Giger's lab. The U of Chicago personnel on our abstract have all been great to work with, encouraging and challenging at the same time. I don't want to presume too much, but I think presentations and posters from liberal arts institutions don't happen very much at RSNA. So I'm very, very excited to be presenting there.