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Dr. Kuo Interviewed on KJZZ's "the Show"

Interview entitled "How University of Arizona Professor Phillip Kuo, MD, PhD is Bridging Eastern and Western Medicine"


Medical Imaging Researcher Manoj Saranathan, PhD, Featured in News Video

Manoj Saranathan, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Medical Imaging, University of Arizona College of Medicine is featured in a recent Arizona Public Media video.


ElectroSonix™, LLC News Features

ElectroSonix™, LLC featured in the Arizona Daily Star and Tech Launch Arizona. ElectroSonix is a medical device startup company in Tucson, AZ co-founded in 2016 by Russell Witte, PhD and Sonia Vohnout.


Challenges In Dosimetry and Radiation Dose Trends

Radiology Journal Editorial by Dr. Andrew Karellas


First Place Winners - 2019 GME Scholarly Day

Many congratulations to our Residents who won first prize at the 2019 Jeanne Deinert GME Scholarly Day Showcase. Dr. Shahad Al Bayati placed first for Resident Clinical Poster entitled, "The Outcomes of Simulation in Resident Breast Imaging Breast Bipsy Techniques" and Dr. Michael Craig Larson placed first for Resident Research Poster entitled, “Towards Optical Biopsies: Developing an Optical Biopsy ‘Stain’”.


BICOE Awarded to Breast Imaging Center

After months of hard work, diligence and preparation, the breast imaging team at Banner University Medicine is proud to announce that they have achieved the highly sought after Breast Imaging Center of Excellence (BICOE) distinction.


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ARRS 2019 Annual Meeting: Bronze Medal Winners

Many congratulations to Dr. Udayasankar and his co-authors Dr. Kalb, Dr. Desoky, Dr. Gilbertson & Dr. Martin for being awarded a bronze medal for their outstanding work. The American Roentgen Ray Society has awarded their electronic exhibit abstract, E1823, entitled, Non-Enhanced MRI of the Abdomen in Comprehensive Evaluation of Acute Abdominal Pain in Children: A Paradigm Shift, with an ARRS 2019 Bronze medal for this year’s ARRS Scientific Program.


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Dr. Harrison Barrett is Retiring

Dr. Harrison Barrett is retiring. Please join us for a celebration of Harry’s remarkable career and his upcoming 80th birthday! A two-day event is planned for Thursday, May 2nd and Friday, May 3rd, 2019.


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Barrett Honored as National Academy of Inventors Fellow

Harrison Barrett, Regents' Professor of medical imaging, optical sciences and applied mathematics, received the distinction last month. and will be inducted in April at the NAI's annual meeting in Houston.


Dr. Bobby Kalb Selected for College of Medicine- Tucson Clinical Excellence Award

Dr. Bobby Kalb was among the first recipients of the College of Medicine-Tucson’s Clinical Excellence Award. He was honored during the General Faculty Meeting. We are honored to have him on our team.


Announcing the Harrison H. and Catherine C. Barrett Endowed Chair in Optical Sciences for Cancer Imaging

Dr. Harrison Barrett, Regents Professor of Optical Sciences, Medical Imaging, and Applied Math, was honored at a reception celebrating the establishment of the Harrison H. and Catherine C. Barrett Endowed Chair in Optical Sciences for Cancer Imaging.


Dr. Karellas Recognized for his Contributions to Faculty Mentoring

Dr. Andrew Karellas, PhD, DABR, FAAPM, FACR, Professor, Medical Imaging, Vice-Chair of Faculty Development, received a certificate of recognition from the College of Medicine Dean’s Council on Faculty Affairs Committee


Dr. Zhonglin Liu awarded $426,389 NIH/NCI Grant for Colorectal Cancer Imaging Research

Zhonglin Liu, PhD, has been awarded an NIH/NCI Clinical and Translational Exploratory/Developmental Studies Grant (R21) of $426,389 for his research project entitled “Novel molecular probes for imaging colorectal cancer.” Dr. Liu will be collaborating with Dr. Brian Gray (Co-PI) at Molecular Targeting Technologies, Inc. (MTTI).


Help Puerto Rico: A List of Trusted Organizations Offering Aid

A vetted list of reliable organizations that will give you information on how to help Puerto Rico. This list will be updated every day.


Hurricane Maria Emergency Response - Puerto Rico: Can you volunteer?

Tom Kenyon, MD, MPH, CEO of HOPE (and a UAHS Pediatrics graduate, 1982) is asking UAHS professionals to help in Puerto Rico. At this time, Project HOPE is actively engaged with emergency response efforts in Puerto Rico. HOPE has a team on the ground to conduct an initial needs assessment to see where Project HOPE can fill a gap, and make an impact. There is a high demand for volunteers with Spanish-speaking skills.


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