University of Wisconsin – Madison at the American Society of Neuroradiology 2022 Annual Meeting 

Posted on April 2022

Pictured: Dr. Ryan Griesbach and Dr. Isaiah Tan with their Summa Cum Laude award.

The 2022 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) kicked off on April 29, 2022, virtually and in person in Chicago, Illinois. The UW Department of Radiology was well-represented in presentations, exhibits, posters, and more! Check out the full list below: 


Howard Rowley, MD, FACR, Kevin Johnson, PhD, and Laura Eisenmenger, MD received the Certificate of Merit, “Let’s Not Forget the Importance of Imaging: The Current State of Radiologic Dementia Evaluation.” 

Isaiah Tan, MD, Howard Rowley, MD, FACR, and Tabby Kennedy, MD received the Summa Cum Laude, “Take a Walk on the Wild Side: CNS Manifestations of Zoonotic Infections.” 


Sunday, May 15 

3:15 PM – 4:30 PM – Tabby Kennedy, MDHead & Neck Oncology: Nodal Disease: Advances in Imaging in Oncology 

Monday, May 16 

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM – David Bluemke, MD, PhD, MsbInterventional: Expanding Techniques in Neurointervention: Hot Topic: Emerging CT Technology: Photon Counting CT 

5:15 PM – 6:15 PM – Vansh Sanjeev JainScientific Podium Presentations: MRI: Image discretization of quantitative multi-compartment diffusion MRI 

Tuesday, May 17 

10:30 AM – 11:30 AM – Allison Grayev, MDEssentials of Neuroradiology: Basics to Advanced: Spinal Anatomy Through Cases 

3:35 – 5:05 PM – Greg Avey, MD Essentials of Neuroradiology: Beyond Your Wildest Dreams: Imaging Techniques That Will Set You Free (SA-CME): Dual Energy CT in the Head and Neck: Double Trouble or Double Benefit 

Wednesday, May 18 

9:15 AM – 10:15 AM – Tabby Kennedy, MDPlenary Session: Leadership in Neuroradiology: Neuroradiologists Can Lead in Medical Education 

10:45 AM – 12:15 PM – Ajay SinghScientific Podium Presentations: Functional: Quantitative Cellular and Molecular Neuroimaging using Magnetic Resonance Phenotyping 

3:40 PM – 5:10 PM – Laura Eisenmenger, MDDon’t Be Spatially Confined: A Key Primer on Head and Neck Spatial Anatomya: Retropharyngeal and Danger Spaces 

Educational Exhibits 

Nicholas Stabo, MD Thoracic Radiology for the Neuroradiologist 

Isaiah Tan, MD Take a Walk on the Wild Side: CNS Manifestations of Zoonotic Infections 


Paul Rowley, BSWarthin’s Tumor Infarction After Fine Needle Aspiration 

Educational Posters 

Benjamin Yeske Differences in Diffusion Tensor Imaging White Matter Integrity Related to Verbal Fluency Between Young and Old Adults 

Justyn Nguyen The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Assessing Acute Stroke 

Robert Wujek The Utility of Virtual Biopsies For Training Classification Models to Detect Tumor Infiltration in Peritumoral FLAIR-Hyperintense Regions