News and Events
Thanks to the outstanding faculty the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences, news and events include exciting medical advances and innovations.
Visiting Professor Series
The research and educational programs of the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences are enhanced by several named visiting lectureships in honor of outstanding members of this medical specialty. Premier visiting professor lectures include the Edwin F. Koch Lecture and the Campbell-Klatte Oration.
Edwin F. Koch Lecture
The Campbell-Klatte Oration is an annual event with a visiting professor keynote and trainee research presentations. It was named after two distinguished chairmen of the department John A. Campbell, MD and Eugene C. Klatte, MD. The keynote address is given by a lecturer who is an alumnus or former faculty in the department.
Women in Radiology Group
Through the group’s mentoring program, female IU School of Medicine residents are paired with staff radiologists across the nation, reinforcing networking connections for all involved. The inclusion of a variety of training levels and subspecialties fosters an active, nationwide network of women radiologists eager to continue to improve this field of medicine in a collaborative way.
- Work Life Balance Lecture: Rohr-Kichgraber, current AMWA President, spoke to the group recently about the realities that many female physicians encounter. This discussion dissected the role of being doctors, wives and mothers from a unique perspective, integrating humor, realism and audience participation along the way.
- WIR Sunday Brunch: The WIR in radiology group kicked off the new academic year with a brunch to celebrate the past year’s accomplishments and promising future events.
The mammography course is for registered technologists seeking MQSA mandated classroom education. The course is also designed to help technologists study for and take the ARRT post-primary certification exam in Mammography. Speakers in the course are experts in the field. We include technologists, radiologists, surgeons, patient navigators and quality control practitioners. The course is given over the course of one week in the fall semester. We are the only mammography education program in the state of Indiana.