Radiology Resident Research

2013

Awards

  • Dr. Jennifer Gutierrez received the Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award.
  • Dr. Kimberly Hoang won the EVMS Resident Research Award
  • Dr. Mary Wood was awarded First Place Economics and Health Policy Poster at the American College of Radiology Annual Meeting and Chapter Leadership Conference in the Resident and Fellows Section for, “Examining barriers for mammography screening compliance within an urban hospital and an underserved primary care clinic in Santiago, Chile.”
  • Dr. Mary Wood was awarded Third Place Resident Research for the Virginia Chapter of the ACR Annual Meeting for, “Examining barriers for mammography screening compliance within an urban hospital and an underserved primary care clinic in Santiago, Chile.”

Publications

  • Tomich J, Bhasin M, Philpott J. The role of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging in the evaluation of congenital pericardial defects. Ann Thorac Surg 2013;95(6):2178-2180.
  • Tomich J, Retouvey M, Shaves S. Emergency imaging discrepancy rates at a level 1 trauma center: identifying the most common on-call resident “misses”. Emerg Radiol 2013 [Epub ahead of print].
  • Wood MF, Vial MC, Martinez-Gutierrez J, Mason MJ and Puschel K. Examining barriers for mammography screening compliance within a private hospital and an underserved primary care clinic in Santiago, Chile. J Am Coll Radiol 2013 [In Press].
  • Tomich J, Gyurjyan H, Shaves S.  The Imaging Evaluation of Pulmonary Ossification: How HRCT may be useful in the diagnosis of a rare disorder. Clin Pulm Med 2013 [In Press].
  • Li KC, Marcovici P, Phelps A, Potter C, Tillack A, Tomich J, Tridandapani S.  Digitization of Medicine: Report of the Association of University Radiologists Radiology Research Alliance.  Acad Radiol 2013 [In Press].

 Oral Presentations

  • Dr. Jennifer Tomich gave oral presentation, “Digitization of Medicine,” at the Association of University Radiologists (AUR) Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, CA.
  • Dr. Tomich also gave oral presentation, “Emergency Imaging Discrepancy Rates at a Level I Trauma Center,” at the Association of University Radiologists (AUR) Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, CA.
  • Dr. Mary Wood gave an oral presentation about the Goldberg-Reeder resident travel grant at the Annual Meeting and Chapter Leadership Conference (AMCLC) for the American College of Radiology in Washington, D.C.
  • Dr. Jennifer Tomich presented, “Emergency Imaging Discrepancy Rates at a Level I Trauma Center,” at the American Society of Emergency Radiology Annual Meeting in Cambridge, MA.

 Poster Presentations/Educational Exhibits

  • Dr. Jennifer Tomich presented, “The imaging evaluation of pulmonary ossification:  how HRCT may be useful in diagnosis of a rare disorder,” at the American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.
  • Dr. Mary Wood presented, “Examining barriers for mammography screening compliance within an urban hospital and an underserved primary care clinic in Santiago, Chile” at the Annual Meeting and Chapter Leadership Conference (AMCLC) for the American College of Radiology in Washington, D.C.
  • Dr. Kimberly Hoang will present, “Imaging findings of bisphosphonate-related proximal femoral insufficiency fractures (BPFIFs),” at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois.
  • Dr. Mary Wood will present, “Magnetic resonance imaging of late periprosthetic fluid collections in patients with silicone breast implants: an illustrative case series,” at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois.

 Educational Case Submissions

  • Dr. Mary Wood submitted, “Renal Ptosis,” to ACR Case in Point.
  • Drs. Michele Retrouvey, Jonathan Revels and Qiao Zhou submitted, “Endovascular biopsy of cardiac non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma,” to the Endovascular Forum.
  •  Drs. Jonathan Revels, Michele Retrouvey and Kimberly Hoang submitted, “Endovascular management of postoperative hemorrhage following nephron sparing surgery,” to the Endovascular Forum.
  • Dr. Michele Retrouvey submitted, “Renal vein compression syndrome,” to the Endovascular Forum.
  • Dr. Jonathan Revels submitted, “Endovascular nephrectomy: A treatment for pre-transplant nephrotic syndrome,” to the Endovascular Forum.

 National Committees

  • Dr. Jennifer Tomich: Radiology Research Alliance (RRA) 
  • Dr. Mary Wood: American College of Radiology Resident and Fellows Section International Outreach Subcommittee

 

2011/2012

 Awards

  • Dr. Arlene Richardson received the Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award.
  • Drs. Jennifer Gutierrez and Zeal Patel won the EVMS Resident Research Award
  • Drs. Kimberly Hoang and Mary Wood were awarded First Place Resident Research at the Virginia Chapter of the ACR Annual Meeting for, “Minimizing radiation dose in metallic foreign body screening of the orbits prior to magnetic resonance imaging.”
  • Dr. Zeal Patel was awarded Third Place Resident Research at the Virginia Chapter of the ACR Annual Meeting for, “Significant Incidental Abnormalities on CT Images of PET/CT Examinations – Demonstrating a Need for a Qualified CT Reader.”
  • Dr. Mary Wood received the American College of Radiology Goldberg-Reeder Travel Grant to conduct research in Santiago, Chile.
  • Dr. Mary Wood was accepted into the RSNA/AUR/ARRS Introduction to Academic Radiology Program in Chicago, Illinois.
    • Dr. Joe Noga received the Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award.
    • Dr. Joe Noga was awarded Third Place Resident Research for the Virginia Chapter of the ACR Annual Meeting for his project, “Examining the Accuracy and Completeness of Clinical Data Used in the Interpretation of Radiographs:  A Comparison of the Electronic Medical Record to Traditional Approaches .“ 
    • Dr. Zeal Patel was accepted into the RSNA/AUR/ARRS Introduction to Academic Radiology Program in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

 Oral Presentations

  • Dr. Kimberly Hoang presented, “Minimizing radiation dose in metallic foreign body screening of the orbits prior to magnetic resonance imaging,” at the Virginia Chapter of the ACR Annual Meeting in Arlington, Virginia.

 Poster Presentations/Educational Exhibits

  • Dr. Jennifer Gutierrez presented, “Dense Makes a Difference:  An Overview of Emerging, Supplemental Breast Cancer Screening Methods for Women with Dense Breast Tissue,” at the Annual Meeting and Chapter Leadership Conference (AMCLC) for the American College of Radiology in Washington, D.C.
  • Dr. Zeal Patel presented, “Tumor Track Seeding Following Lung Fiducial Marker Placement:  A New Complication and Suggestion of a Peripheral Approach,” at the Annual Meeting and Chapter Leadership Conference (AMCLC) for the American College of Radiology in Washington, D.C.
  • Drs. Kimberly Hoang and Mary Wood presented, “Minimizing radiation dose in metallic foreign body screening of the orbits prior to magnetic resonance imaging,” at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois.
  • Dr. Joe Noga presented, “Examining the Accuracy and Completeness of Clinical Data Used in the Interpretation of Radiographs:  A Comparison of the Electronic Medical Record to Traditional Approaches ,“ at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois.

 Educational Case Submissions

  • Dr. Zeal Patel submitted, “Stent design and development,” to the Endovascular Forum.
  • Drs. Michele Retrouvey, Josef Noga, and Zeal Patel submitted, “Endovascular management of a penetrating internal carotid artery,” to the Endovascular Forum.
  • Dr. Michele Retrouvey submitted, “Suprarenal placement of an optional IVC filter for progressive gonadal vein thrombosis,” to the Endovascular Forum.