2019 -- Norman
Kettner, DC, DACBR, FICC, professor and chair of the Department of
Radiology, was recently featured in AXIS
Imaging News as one of the most influential professionals in radiology.
Check out the full article here – where
Dr. Kettner answers five questions about his career, research, his unique
approach that combines radiology with chiropractic care, and what he believes
the future of diagnostic imaging will hold.
June 7, 2019 -- The Academy for
Radiology & Biomedical Imaging Research has recognized Logan
radiology adjunct faculty member Vitaly Napadow PhD, LicAc. with
the Academy’s 2019 Distinguished Investigator Award.
Napadow is one of 37 researchers to receive the award, which recognizes
individuals for their accomplishments in the field of medical imaging. Recipients
represent the top 10 percent of all academic radiology faculty.
Dr. Napadow serves as director for
the Center for Integrative Pain Neuroimaging (CiPNI) and associate professor
for the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging at Massachusetts General
Hospital, the primary teaching hospital for Harvard Medical School.
In addition to serving as an adjunct
faculty member at Logan, Dr. Napadow has been a research collaborator with Norman
Kettner, DC, DACBR, FICC,
chair of Logan’s Department of Radiology, for nearly 20 years.
According to Elizabeth A. Krupinski,
PhD, co-chair of the Council of Distinguished Investigators, the award
recipients represent the future of research in radiology, advancing the field
and developing ways to significantly improve patient care through imaging.
of the honorees has met the following criteria:
- Primary professional
appointment in an academic Department of Radiology;
- Recipient of a MD,
DO, and/or PhD degree;
- Academic rank of at
least Associate Professor or its equivalent;
productivity, including at least 25 peer-reviewed scientific research
publications in which the awardee is the first author or senior author; and
accomplishments as an independent investigator with a substantial ongoing
research program, including at least 6 cumulative years of funding as the
Principal Investigator of a major competitive extramural research grant.
Honorees will be inducted into the Academy’s Council
of Distinguished Investigators during a ceremony that will be held in
November at the Radiological Society of North America’s 2019 annual meeting in
June 6, 2019 -- Logan University welcomed
Michael S. Montileone, MD, DACR, DC, DACBR (1980) to campus on May 30 for the
12th Annual Joseph W. Howe Oration in Diagnostic Imaging.
During his presentation titled “MD versus DC
radiologist, What’s the Difference?” Dr. Montileone detailed the differences
and similarities between these two types of radiology. Ultimately, he said, “Bottom line: we’re all here to help the patient.
That’s what it’s all about.”
Dr. Montileone completed two
years of radiology residency training at the Phillip Institute of Technology in
Melbourne, Australia, and was awarded Diplomate status by the American
Chiropractic Board of Radiology in 1983. Today, Dr. Montileone is a medical
radiologist at Tidewater Diagnostic Imaging LLC and musculoskeletal radiologist
at Sentara Williamsburg Hospital, Sentara Careplex Hospital and Port Warwick
Medical Center in Virginia.
Every trimester, a resident in the Department of Radiology posts a series of imaging cases titled “Case of the Week” on the rolling monitor in the lobby of the Student Health Center. The imaging case is accompanied by questions to provide a supplemental educational resource that challenges trimester 5-10 students.
The winner of last trimester’s case challenge was Emily Johnson and Zachary Manwaring! For their efforts, the two received a prize courtesy of Dr. Terry Yochum.
Every trimester a resident in the Department of Radiology posts a series of imaging cases titled “Case Quiz Challenge” on the rolling monitor in the lobby of the Student Health Center. The imaging case is accompanied by questions presented at the training level of trimester 5-10 students. A total of six cases were made available covering a wide range of diagnoses of the musculoskeletal system including the spine and spinal canal. The winner of last trimester’s case challenge was Kimberly Cerf. For her efforts, Kimberly received a prize courtesy of Dr. Terry Yochum.
The Radiology Department will initiate a new Case Quiz Challenge beginning in September, 2016.