September 21, 2018

RSNA trainee prize recipients – Missert and Rajendran

By Kris Nunez

Congratulations to Dr. Andrew Missert, PhD, and Dr. Kishore Rajendran, PhD, on each winning a Radiological Society of North America Trainee Research Prize.

  1. Missert A, Leng S, Yu L, McCollough CH. Multi-kernel synthesis for CT images using a deep convolutional neural network. Paper presented at: 104th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, 2018; Chicago, IL.
  2. Rajendran K, Tao S, Anderson J, Jorgensen SM, Korinek M, Marsh J, Vercnocke A, Carter R, Leng S, Ritman EL, McCollough CH. Imaging arterial vasa vasorum proliferation as an early marker of atherosclerosis using high resolution photon-counting CT. Paper presented at: 104th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, 2018; Chicago, IL.

*From RSNA: In 1994, the RSNA Program Committee, chaired by William M. Thompson, MD, began a program to recognize the contribution of residents to the RSNA Annual Meeting: the Research Trainee Prize. The Research Trainee prize was expanded in 1999 to include fellows and in 2004 to include medical students; in 2005, it was renamed the Trainee Research Prize. Each subcommittee of the Program Committee may award three prizes each year: one prize for the best paper or scientific poster submitted by a resident or physics trainee, one prize for the best paper or poster submitted by a fellow, and one prize for the best paper or poster submitted by a medical student. Judgment is based on the scientific content of the paper or poster as presented in an extended abstract. The Trainee Research Prize consists of $1000 and a certificate indicating the name of the trainee and the title of the paper or poster, both of which are given to the individual trainee.

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