Introducing The Resident Roentgen File

Volume 1, Issue 1: April 2021

A brand-new monthly newsletter specifically for radiology residents, The Resident Roentgen File curates multimedia educational resources from our vast portfolio of benefits to help ARRS Resident Members prepare for exams, fellowship, and beyond.

AJR Podcasts by Residents

Subscribe to AJR Podcasts and listen in as our team of senior Resident and Fellow Podcast Editors critique articles and provide synthesized overviews of timely research from the “yellow journal” for in-training and practicing radiologists. Recent episodes include:

Axillary Adenopathy Following COVID-19 Vaccination in Breast Imaging [critique of article by Mortazavi]

Y-90 Radioembolization for the Treatment of Metastatic Colorectal Cancer – Does Primary Tumor Location Prognosticate Survival? [critique of article by Wu et al.]

Call for Applications: AJR Podcast Trainee Editor

AJR is seeking applicants for a 1-year term (July 2021-June 2022) as a trainee editor for podcasts. Applications are due by Thursday, April 15, 2021. Please follow this link to complete your application now.

AJR Editor’s Choice for Residents

Each month, American Journal of Roentgenlogy Editor in Chief Andrew Rosenkrantz handpicks an article to highlight for ARRS Resident Members. This month’s Editor’s Choice article, “Current Status and Future of BI-RADS in Multimodality Imaging” by Eghtedari et al., comes from the journal’s Special Series on radiology reporting and data systems.

Resident ARRS Web Lecture

This month’s Web Lecture specially selected for ARRS Resident Members is “Imaging of Gynecologic Malignancies,” presented by H. Vargas, P. Bhosale, and D. Ganeshan.

2021 Resident in Radiology Awardees

Congratulations to these four ARRS members, recipients of the esteemed Resident/Fellow in Radiology Awards from The Roentgen Fund®

Madison Kocher, MD—Melissa Rosado de Christenson Award

Medical University of South Carolina

Dr. Kocher’s study, “Thinking Outside the Breast: Predictive Value of AI-Detected Lung Metastases in Breast Cancer Patients,” investigated the utility of a novel AI model using data from standard initial staging chest CT to accurately predict risk of future progression of disease and death in breast cancer patients.

Ningcheng (Peter) Li, MD—President’s Award

Oregon Health & Science University

Dr. Li’s study, “Multicenter Assessment of Augmented Reality Registration Methods for Image-Guided Interventions,” evaluated and compared manual and automatic registration times, as well as registration accuracies, between HoloLens 1 and HoloLens 2 for aligning a 3D CT phantom model onto a CT grid.

Keegan K. Hovis, MD—Executive Council Award

Massachusetts General Hospital

Dr. Hovis’ study, “Rate of Contralateral Breast Cancer After Treatment for Ductal Carcinoma In Situ and Associated Clinicopathological and Imaging Risk Factors,” examined the rate of and risk factors associated with contralateral breast cancer in women treated for ductal carcinoma in situ.

Yu-Hui Huang, MD, MS—Executive Council Award

University of Minnesota

Dr. Huang’s study, “Rectal Tube Placement in Multiparametric MRI of the Prostate: Multi-Reader Evaluation of Image Quality Improvement,” explored the impact of rectal tube placement on artifact reduction and image quality of prostate multiparametric MRI.