Honors

January 2013 -- Amir Khandani, MD, was selected for the Early Career Reviewer (ECR) program hosted by the National Institutes of Health Center for Scientific Review (CSR).

January 2013 -- Amir Khandani, MD, was selected as a Nuclear Medicine Subcommittee member for the Scientific Program Committee of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) for a 3-year term (2012-2015).

January 2013 - Amir Khandani, MD, served as an abstract reviewer for the Oncology: Clinical Diagnosis: GI–Non-colorectal Track at the Society for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI)’s 2013 Annual Meeting.

January 20th: At the American College of Radiology NC Chapter’s 19th Annual Breast Imaging Weekend Course in Charlotte, NC, Sheryl Jordan, MD, RCC, was named Co-Director, along with Dr. Ruth Walsh of Duke University Department of Radiology, for the January 2014 annual weekend review course.

February 2013 - Lynn Fordham, MD, was elected to a three-year term on the Board of Governors of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine.

February 22nd-24th: Amir Khandani, MD, served as Program Chair of the 2013 Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Update, an American College of Radiology Refresher Course, in Charlotte, NC.

February 22nd-24th: Amir Khandani, MD, presented, “PET/MR: A Great New Tool or a Great New Toy!" at the 2013 Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Update, an American College of Radiology Refresher Course, in Charlotte, NC.

February 22nd-24th: Amir Khandani, MD, presented, “Sodium Fluoride PET: Old Tracer – New Technology" at the 2013 Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Update, an American College of Radiology Refresher Course, in Charlotte, NC.

February 27th: Professor Emeritus Richard L. Clark, MD, was honored as the 2013 Society of Abdominal Radiology (SAR) Howard M. Pollack Medalist for outstanding career contributions to the field of uroradiology and abdominal radiology, and to the Society itself. 

March 25th: Pew-Thian Yap, PhD, was promoted to Senior Member, the highest professional grade for members, of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Only 8% of IEEE’s 420,000 members have achieved the level of Senior Member.

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