News

Joint Meeting with Kansas Radiological Society

All MORADS members are invited to attend the joint meeting of the Kansas and Missouri Radiological Societies on Saturday, July 13, 2019.   We are meeting at Kauffman Stadium at 3 pm.  The chair of the ACR Board of Chancellors, Geraldine McGinty, MD, MBA, FACR, will be speaking along with Representative Roger Marshall (R-KS), Paul Chang, MD and our own Amy Patel, MD.

Kansas City Royals will take on the Detroit Tigers at 6:15 pm.  We will meeting in an All Star Suite and dinner buffet is included.  Tickets are $50 each, $25 for residents and fellows.

Read more about it here.

 

MORADS to Create Committee for Women and General Diversity

The Missouri Radiological Society will discuss a by-laws change at the fall meeting to establish a new committee.  This committee will explore activities our state society can do which align with the ACR’s Commission on Women and General Diversity.

The ACR has also published a Diversity Report on this issue  here.

MORADS Visits Capitol Hill 2019

Meeting with Senator Blunt
MORADS on Capitol Hill

 

Awesome participation from RFS!

RFS Section Elects Officers

The Missouri Radiological Society’s Resident & Fellow Section met during the Spring Meeting in Kansas City and elected a new panel of leaders. The new officers are:
President:  Daniel J Young, WashU PGY-4
Vice-President & President-Elect: Gregory Lee, UMKC PGY-3
Secretary: Kirang Patel, UMKC PGY-2
Treasurer: Jonathan McDougal, UMKC PGY-2
RFS Representative to Diversity Committee: Jennifer Buckley, UMKC PGY-4
Congratulations to all!

Amy Patel, MD Featured in UMKC Publication

UMKC School of Medicine magazine features Amy Patel, MD in the spring/summer 2019 issue discussing social media use in Radiology.

“Social media is becoming a great equalizer for radiology and other sub-specialties,” said Patel. “The platforms are removing the red tape associated with accessibility to the experts and leaders in the field.”

For more about this interview see page 24 at med.umkc.edu.

 

MORADS Contributes to RADPAC

MORADS achieves 100% RADPAC participation by Councilors at the ACR meeting.

Raney
Michael Raney, MD with participation map

Mammography Saves Lives

MORADS will be collaborating with the ACR to disseminate mammography screening information to patients/providers:

Mammography Saves Lives Website

 

 

MORADS Fall Meeting

On Saturday, October 13, 2018 in Columbia, MO.

Ted Burnes, Director of RADPAC, will be the guest speaker.

Fall Meeting Details