University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Highlights from the ARRS 2023 Meeting
Posted on April 2023
The 2023 meeting of the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) took place from Sunday, April 16 to Thursday, April 20 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
UW-Madison’s Department of Radiology made their presence known at the meeting. Each day, multiple faculty members, residents, and fellows presented their research, participated in panel discussions, or led courses. Take a look at the full schedule here.
Three trainees from the Department received awards recognizing the exceptional promise and merit of the work they presented at ARRS.
•Jade Anderson, MD, a Musculoskeletal Fellow, received the ARRS 2023 Certificate of Merit for the educational exhibit “Decoding the Musculoskeletal Physical Exam: A Radiologist’s Visual Guide with Imaging Correlations.” Dr. Anderson was mentored by Joseph Tang, MD.
•Craig Tork, MD, a Neuroradiology Fellow, received a Bronze Medal for the educational exhibit “What Did You Say? Imaging Laryngeal Cancer and What the Surgeon Wants to Know.” Dr. Tork was mentored by Greg Avey, MD.
•Sarah Daggett, a SMPH student, received the ARRS 2023 Emerging Research Silver Medal for her project, “Image-Guided Percutaneous Mesenteric and Bowel Biopsy: Diagnostic Yield and Safety Profile.”
Despite a busy conference schedule, members of the Department made time to relax and soak up the sun, too. On Monday, April 17, residents, fellows, and faculty gathered to enjoy a social event at the Mai Tai Bar at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.