Scott Cordova Awarded “Trainee Research Prize” at RSNA

At the annual Radiological Society of North America (RNSA) annual meeting, our MD/PhD student, Scott Cordova, won a Medical Student award for the Trainee Research Prize. The RSNA Annual Meeting is the largest radiology meeting in the world, bringing in over 60,000 professional, exhibitor, and guest attendees each year. The Trainee Research Prize is awarded to select fellows, residents, and medical students to recognize their excellent research in the field of radiology. Cordova was the first author for our winning abstract on the analysis of spectroscopic MR imaging using a web-based evaluation platform. Although the RSNA meeting is held each December, the winners are notified months before to prepare presentations on their abstracts. Not only did Cordova win $1000, but he also captured the opportunity to share his work at Shim Lab at the widely-attended RNSA meeting.

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