Meet Spain's 1st ECR president; radiation scandal update; cardiac MR keynote

Dear AuntMinnieEurope Member,

Radiology in Spain has progressed rapidly over the past decade or so, and this will be evident when the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) begins on 7 March and Dr. José Ignacio Bilbao becomes the country's first ECR president.

In our exclusive interview, this thoughtful, cultured, and sincere man reveals his love of old buildings and cooking, as well as interventional radiology. To read more, click here.

Following the sentencing of three doctors in France for radiation overdoses, we have interviewed Dr. Laurent Verzaux, 2012 president of the French Society of Radiology. He thinks radiologists and radiotherapists have important lessons to learn from the tragic case. Get the story here.

It's rare for a European to give a keynote lecture at the U.S.-based Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance meeting, so Dr. Frank Rademakers, PhD, must have felt the pressure when he gave the closing address at the recent conference in San Francisco. To find out what he said, go to our Cardiac Imaging Digital Community, or click here.

The name of William David Coolidge is well-known among imaging professionals across the globe. But what do you really know about him and his work? Our history columnist Dr. Adrian Thomas reveals all about this amazing scientist. Check out our Digital X-Ray Community, or click here.

A new study from the Netherlands has shown that evaluating differences in vascular cross-sectional areas of internal mammary vessels could be a predictor for malignancy on MRI. Visit our Women's Imaging Digital Community, or click here.

Many of you read Dr. Nicola Strickland's column last week about teleradiology. Now we have another article on this hot topic, written by Dr. Neelam Dugar. To view both stories, go to our PACS Digital Community.

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