March 29, 2022
Contact: Rodney Campbell
The American Board of Radiology has added three members to its Board of Trustees: Daniel Davis, MD; Katherine Maturen, MD, MS; and Leslie Scoutt, MD. All are diagnostic radiology representatives who have considerable experience as ABR volunteers. Drs. Maturen and Scoutt are filling new Trustee positions in Abdominal Imaging and Dr. Davis is a representative for Musculoskeletal Radiology.
Dr. Davis is Chief of Radiology at the Robert J. Dole VA in Wichita, Kansas, and a Clinical Professor of Radiology at the University of Kansas’ Wichita Campus. Dr. Davis earned a bachelor’s in biology from Caltech and his medical degree from the University of Iowa. He completed his post-graduate medical training in the US Navy. He has spent 12 years in Navy medicine, 17 years in private practice in Wichita, and four years at the VA.
Dr. Maturen is a Clinical Professor of Radiology for the University of Michigan Health System. She earned her bachelor’s in philosophy from St. John’s College in New Mexico, her medical degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and her Master of Science in Clinical Research Design and statistics from the University of Michigan. She performed her residency at the University of Michigan Health System and a fellowship in Body Imaging at Stanford University.
Dr. Scoutt is a Professor of Radiology in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the Yale School of Medicine with courtesy appointments as Professor of Surgery and Cardiology. She earned her bachelor’s in biology at Wesleyan University, her medical degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and a Master of Arts from Yale University. Dr. Scoutt completed her Diagnostic Radiology Residency at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston and a fellowship in Body Imaging at Yale School of Medicine. She is also board certified in Internal Medicine, after completing her internship and residency at University Hospital in Boston.
The Board of Trustees advances the quality, relevance, and effectiveness of the ABR’s exams for Initial Certification and Continuing Certification across all disciplines of radiology. The trustees make operational decisions, including exam goals, format, content, assembly, delivery, scoring, and feedback.
Members of the Board of Trustees have specialty and subspecialty expertise, reflecting major areas of clinical practice.
Established in 1934, the ABR’s mission is to certify that our diplomates demonstrate the requisite knowledge, skill, and understanding of their disciplines to the benefit of patients. The ABR is one of 24 member boards of the American Board of Medical Specialties.