The 2015 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Meeting is held at McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, USA from November 29th-December 4th. This year’s meeting celebrates RSNA’s 100 years at the forefront of the radiology industry. Many of our editorial members join this splendid academic feast with our dear authors. The following is a list of our editorial members presenting at RNSA.
Figure 1 Dr. Suhny Abbara
Cardiothoracic Imaging Division, UT Southwestern Medical Center, 5323 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas, TX, USA.
Highlights Contributions of Dr. Suhny Abbara for CDT
Vol 5, No 2 (April 2015) Traumatic right atrial pseudoaneurysm
Figure 2 Dr. Marc Dewey
Charité Centrum für diagnostische und interventionelle Radiologie und Nuklearmedizin Institut für Radiologie CCM, Charitéplatz 1, Berlin 10117, Germany.
Figure 3 Dr. Christof Karmonik
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Core, Houston Methodist Research Institute, Houston, Texas, USA.
Highlights Contributions of Dr. Christof Karmonik for CDT
Vol 4, No 2 (April 2014) Fast in vivo quantification of T1 and T2 MRI relaxation times in the myocardium based on inversion recovery SSFP with in vitro validation post Gd-based contrast administration
Vol 4, No 2 (April 2014) Magnetic resonance imaging as a tool to assess reliability in simulating hemodynamics in cerebral aneurysms with a dedicated computational fluid dynamics prototype: preliminary results
Figure 4 Dr. Jonathon Leipsic
Department of Medical Imaging, University of British Columbia, St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Highlights Contributions of Dr. Jonathon Leipsic for CDT
Vol 3, No 2 (June 2013) Caseous calcification of the mitral annulus
Figure 5 Dr. Sasan Partovi
Resident Physician, Department of Radiology, University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Case Western Reserve University, 11100 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106, USA.
Highlights contributions of Dr. Sasan Partovi for CDT
Vol 5, No 6 (December 2015) Contrast-enhanced ultrasound after endovascular aortic repair—current status and future perspectives
Vol 4, No 4 (August 2014) Use of novel oral anticoagulant agents in atrial fibrillation: current evidence and future perspective
Vol 4, No 2 (April 2014) Assessing the end-organ in peripheral arterial occlusive disease—from contrast—enhanced ultrasound to blood-oxygen-level-dependent MR imaging
Figure 6 Dr. Parabhakar Rajiah
University Hospital Cleveland Case Medical Center, Ohio, USA.
Highlights contributions of Dr. Parabhakar Rajiah
The guest-editor of the upcoming focused issue on “Advances in cardiovascular CT”
Figure 7 Dr. Johan H.C. Reiber
Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, the Netherlands.
Highlights contributions of Dr. Johan H.C. Reiber for CDT
Vol 2, No 2 (June 2012) Carina shift as a mechanism for side-branch compromise following main vessel intervention: Insights from three-dimensional optical coherence tomography
Vol 1, No 1 (December 2011) QCA, IVUS and OCT in interventional cardiology in 2011
Figure 8 Dr. U. Joseph Schoepf
Computed Tomography Research and Development, Medical University of South Carolina, USA.
Figure 9 Dr. Lei Zhao
Department of Radiology, Beijing Anzhen Hospital, Beijing, China.
Highlights contributions of Dr. Lei Zhao for CDT
Vol 5, No 2 (April 2015) Improved non-calcified plaque delineation on coronary CT angiography by sonogram-affirmed iterative reconstruction with different filter strength and relationship with BMI
Figure 10 Dr. Paul Schoenhagen
Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Robert and Suzanne Tomsich, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, USA.
Highlights contributions of Dr. Paul Schoenhagen for CDT
Vol 5, No 2 (April 2015) Noninvasive testing strategies in symptomatic, intermediate-risk CAD patients: a perspective on the “PROMISE” trial and its potential implementation in clinical practice
Vol 3, Nol 4 (December 2013) Prevalence and factors associated with false positive suspicion of acute aortic syndrome: experience in a patient population transferred to a specialized aortic treatment center
Vol 3, Nol 2 (April 2013) Advanced 3-D analysis, client-server systems, and cloud computing—Integration of cardiovascular imaging data into clinical workflows of transcatheter aortic valve replacement