September 17, 2019

RSNA trainee prize recipients – Rajendran and Ren

By Kristina Nunez

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

  1. Ren L et.al. Implementation of Multi-Energy CT with Triple-Beam Dual-Source CT. Paper presented at: 105th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, 2019; Chicago, IL.
  2. Rajendran K et al. Low Dose Ultra-High Resolution Sinus and Temporal Bone Imaging using Photon-Counting Detector (PCD) CT and an Additional Tin Filter. Paper presented at: 105th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, 2019; 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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