Initial Certification Advisory Committee Videos

Our most valuable feedback comes from our candidates and diplomates. We engage with our stakeholders in many different ways, including through Continuing and Initial Certification Advisory Committees. These videos feature members of our four Initial Certification Committees discussing how and why they volunteer for us. Diagnostic radiology Interventional radiology Medical physics Radiation oncology
By Matthew A. Crain, MD As a first-year diagnostic radiology resident at the Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University, I am in an interesting position to reflect on how I chose this fascinating specialty as well as envision the field’s amazing future. The moment I was able to “see” in x-ray images the…
Winning the Harvard Medical School’s Young Mentor Award as a radiologist is rare. The honor often goes to internists or surgeons. This year’s awardee, Dania Daye, MD, PhD, found a way to top that accomplishment. She gave birth to her first child in June on the day the accolade was handed out. “I was looking…
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