Daily Bulletin 2016

Student Travel Awards Displayed in Learning Center

Monday, Nov. 28, 2016

RSNA Travel Awards for young investigators support candidates invited to present high-quality science. The $500 award helps defray the costs of attending the RSNA annual meeting. To be eligible, abstract presenters or poster exhibitors must be pre-doctoral students or have been awarded their doctoral degrees no more than three years prior to submission.

A list of the 400 presenters who received 2016 Travel Awards can be viewed in the Learning Center, Lakeside Center East, Level 3. Full eligibility requirements for the award will be available with the 2017 Call for Abstracts in mid-January.

Question of the Day:

What correction factors do I need to convert CTDIvol to dose?

Tip of the day:

Just because a device is MRI compatible does not mean it will remain so, if it is altered. For example, a neurostimulator may be MRI conditional, but if the base unit is removed (but leads remain in the patent) that patient is not necessarily safe to scan anymore.

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