Dr. Vydareny Awarded 2020 RSNA Gold Medal 2020;13(6):12 Past ABR Associate Executive Director Kay H. Vydareny, MD, was one of three diplomates to be awarded the Gold Medal from the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) for 2020. The gold medal is RSNA’s highest honor and is awarded each year to people who have rendered…
Initial Certification Advisory Committee Improves Communication with Diagnostic Radiology Candidates by Donald J. Flemming, MD, ABR Trustee 2020;13(6):9 The Initial Certification Advisory Committee (ICAC) for Diagnostic Radiology was created in the early 2000s to help the American Board of Radiology communicate changes in its initial certification exam format with candidates. The role of the committee…
New BOG Member’s Interest in Volunteering Started Before Certification 2020;13(6):3   During the ABR annual meeting in October, Mary S. Newell, MD, moved from the Board of Trustees to the Board of Governors. Dr. Newell is a professor of radiology and imaging sciences at Emory University and a member of its breast imaging division. She…
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