28 episodes

A podcast from the Radiology: Imaging Cancer journal focusing on recently publications and trending topics.

Journal editor-in-chief: Dr. Gary Luker
Host: Jana Ivanidze, MD, PhD
Production: Kelly Myers

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    • Health & Fitness

A podcast from the Radiology: Imaging Cancer journal focusing on recently publications and trending topics.

Journal editor-in-chief: Dr. Gary Luker
Host: Jana Ivanidze, MD, PhD
Production: Kelly Myers

    Episode 27: Advancements in Prostate Cancer Imaging

    Episode 27: Advancements in Prostate Cancer Imaging

    Host Dr Bahar Ataeinia speaks with guest Dr Katarzyna Macura about her career, research, and dedication to the advancement of prostate cancer imaging.
    Submit your manuscripts for the Radiology:Imaging Cancer special collection on prostate cancer imaging and stayed tuned for the upcoming special collection on our website.
    Prostate Cancer Special Collection

    • 38 min
    Episode 26: Interview with Dr. Xiaoyang Liu

    Episode 26: Interview with Dr. Xiaoyang Liu

    Dr. Lauren Burkard-Mandel speaks with AGFA HealthCare/RSNA Research Scholar Grant recipient Xiaoyang Liu, MD, PhD about her work entitled "Multimodal Integration of Radiology, Genomics and Pathology for Recurrence Prediction in Hepatocellular Carcinomas After Curative Resection"


    Erratum for this episode: Dr. Xiaoyang Liu is from the University Medical Imaging Toronto in addition to University of Toronto.
     
     

    • 15 min
    Episode 25: Bite Size Research - Current Status of Cancer Genomics and Imaging Phenotypes

    Episode 25: Bite Size Research - Current Status of Cancer Genomics and Imaging Phenotypes

    Dr. Celina Nahyun Jo, one of the trainee editorial board members in Radiology: Imaging Cancer and a radiology resident at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston hosts our podcast series that summarizes interesting articles into a bite size. This podcast provides background knowledge for everyone to understand and enjoy oncologic imaging research on the go. This is bite size research for Radiology: Imaging Cancer, November 2023 issue." 
    Current Status of Cancer Genomics and Imaging Phenotypes: What Radiologists Need to Know. Serrão et al. Radiology: Imaging Cancer 2023; 5(6):e220153.

    • 13 min
    Episode 24: Women in Radiology - Interview with Dr. Elizabeth Kagan Arleo

    Episode 24: Women in Radiology - Interview with Dr. Elizabeth Kagan Arleo

    Dr. Lauren Burkard-Mandel hosts the women in radiology series for the podcast. In the third episode of the series, Dr. Burkard-Mandel speaks with Dr. Elizabeth Arleo, about her personal experiences, getting involved early in WIR groups, and the importance of work-life balance.
    aawr.org
    Dr. Arleo's book: First, Eat Your Frog: And Other Pearls for Professional Working Mothers.
    Amazon
    Bookshop
    Diversity in Radiology: Current Status and Trends Over the Past Decade. Wu et al. Radiology 2022; 305:640–647.
    Current Status of Diversity by Race, Hispanic Ethnicity, and Sex in Diagnostic Radiologyy. Chapman et al. Radiology 2014;270:232–240. 
    ACR Diversity Report. (2019)

    • 17 min
    Episode 23: Women in Radiology - Interview with Dr. Leah Sieck

    Episode 23: Women in Radiology - Interview with Dr. Leah Sieck

    Dr. Lauren Burkard-Mandel hosts the women in radiology series for the podcast. In this second episode of the series, Dr. Burkard-Mandel speaks with Dr. Leah Sieck about her experience founding the woman in radiology group at her institution her thoughts on improving diversity in radiology.
    Diversity in Radiology: Current Status and Trends Over the Past Decade. Wu et al. Radiology 2022; 305:640–647.
    Current Status of Diversity by Race, Hispanic Ethnicity, and Sex in Diagnostic Radiologyy. Chapman et al. Radiology 2014;270:232–240. 
    ACR Diversity Report. (2019)

    • 21 min
    Episode 22: Family Caregivers

    Episode 22: Family Caregivers

    Dr. Brandon K.K. Fields and Dr. Gary Luker interview Dr. Allison Applebaum about the Caregivers Clinic at MSKCC, her advocacy for family caregivers, and what clinicians can do to help.
    Taking Time to Recognize Caregivers. Luker. Radiology: Imaging Cancer 2023; 5(6):e230191
    Dr. Applebaum’s book

    • 30 min

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