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Radiology Research Day 2024

Posted by Angie Kinsman on May 9, 2024 in Research
Dr. Manraj Heran, the 2024 Campbell Lecturer

Thank you to everyone who supported this year's Radiology Research Day! 

We hosted a virtual/in-person meeting from our new location, the IWK Cineplex OE Smith Theatre.
Special thanks to our Campbell lecturer, Dr. Manraj Heran, our presentation judges (Dr. Manraj Heran, Dr. David Volders, and Dr. Jessie Kang), and to all of our presenters!


Research Day began early with a special Research Day Grand Rounds lecture, given by Dr. Manraj Heran (“Head to Toe: New Innovations in IR (learn from our past, look to our future”), followed by a resident teaching session led by the Campbell lecturer.
Department research was presented throughout the afternoon, with presentations from radiology residents, other trainees supervised by radiology faculty, and faculty members. The afternoon closed with an inspirational Dr. John E. Campbell lecture, given by Dr. Manraj Heran (“Living the Research ‘Dream’: Challenges of being a clinician-scientist”).

All presentations were recorded and have been made available through our Department SharePoint site and Grand Rounds teams folder. Please contact the Research Office for more details.


Congratulations to our 2024 Research Day award recipients!

The 2024 Charles Lo Prize recipient, Dr. David Volders, with Dr. James Clarke, Department Head

Dr. Charles Lo Prize in Radiology Research
Dr. David Volders
RSNA Roentgen Resident Research Award
Dr. Jessica Dobson
Best Presentation by a Radiology Resident**
Dr. Matthew Oldfield
Dr. Sunaina Ramdass

**Resident recipients move on to Faculty of Medicine Resident Research Day
Best Presentation by a Non-Resident Trainee
Megan Iwaskow, Cecilie Karlstad Lønningen, Alex Myrvold Johansen, and Sivethan Suganthan


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