Each year, the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Indiana University School of Medicine offers incredible opportunities for trainees, faculty and staff to stay involved in the school community, connect with colleagues and cultivate change within the field of radiology.
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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.
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.
Edwin F. Koch Lecture
The first visiting professor of the academic year in September is funded by a generous donation to the series by Edwin F. Koch. An additional five visiting professor lectures complete each year’s program lasting from September to April.