For over three decades, the University of Toronto and the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) have partnered to run a practical radiology review program highlighting updates and advances in diagnostic imaging in various modalities. This year’s installment will continue in that tradition, highlighting pediatric imaging, neuroradiology and abdominal and pelvic imaging.
Abominal Imaging specialist Dr. Benjamin Yeh of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), will be speaking on three of the session’s four topics including Focal Liver Disease and Imaging of the Billary Tract.
Dr. Yeh’s achievements are recognized by awards and honors for mentorship, teaching and research, and he is a recent recipient of the UCSF Radiology Department’s Outstanding Medical Student Mentor Award.
He currently directs the Contrast and CT Research lab at UCSF which explores novel contrast-enhanced imaging techniques for CT, dual energy CT, and MR imaging, with the ultimate goal of improving the evaluation of bowel imaging, fibrosis imaging and oncologic imaging.
The 33rd annual Organ Imaging Review Conference takes place October 19-21, 2018 at the Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning in Toronto. Visit the conference website to view the full agenda, register and find more details: http://cpd.utoronto.ca/organimaging.