HUH RADIOLOGY Temporary Page
Information for Medical Student Radiology Electives and Radiology Research for Med Students at Howard University.
Office number : 216-865 1572; Cell: 202-664 4141
Dr Duerinckx can be reached by e-mail at: email@example.com
|1||Welcome to Medical Students||
We welcome all medical students to particiapte in the many activities in Radiology specifically designed to help you become a better physician, to better understand the role of imaging in medicine, and to explore your interest in a career in radiology and imaging.
|2||Radiology Electives for 4th year Medical Students||
We welcome you to our Radiology Department. We hope you will enjoy your stay with us. We have structured your 4-week rotation with many lectures, one on one teaching and time with our technologists. We hope to expose you to a very broad spectrum of “Radiology activities”.
|AWAY Radiology Electives||We also accept students from other medical schools.
Please folow same process for applying. Make sure to also check with your Dean Of Student Affairs Office.
|Publications generated by medical students during 4th year Radiology Electives:
1. Leacock, K., Duerinckx, A., Davis, B. Porcelain Atrium: A Case Report with Literature Review. Case Reports in Radiology. Volume 2011 (2011), Article ID 501396. Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Case Reports in Radiology.
2. Cooper, M., Waldo, O., Davis, B., Duerinckx, AJ. Absent infrarenal IVC. Radiology Case Reports (Online). Vol 6(3) 2011;6-535 (radiology.casereports.net).
|3||Radiology Preceptorships for 1 rst year Medical Students||Click here to download Radiology Preceptorship Instructions.|
|4||Radiology Research Group||Regular meetings most every Tuesday at 5 PM in Radiology Conference room (first floor, Hospital, Radiology department).|
|5||Radiology Interest Group||
The invitation for the most recent Aug 2012 RIG General meeting can be found by clicking here.
|6||Radiology in First year Anatomy Course||Contact Professors James H. Baker and James S. Wilson in Anatomy.
Medical Student Chijindu Nworgu has been very involved in this project in 2011-2012.
A new group of students continues this project in 2012- 2013 (more to follow).
|6||Course in Cross Sectional Anatomy for Allied Health
(RASC 314 for Radiation Oncology Therapists) - given since 2012
|You can download:
RASC 314 Course Syllabus
2012 MidTerm Quiz Exam sheet
(Disclaimer: these awards vary annually based on available funding and gifts).
AWARDS for EXCELLENCE in LEARNING and/or CONTRIBUTING to RADIOLOGY as a MEDICAL STUDENTS:
Radiology Research awards to reward the best research contributiosn by medical students.
More information about these awards can be obtained from Dr Bonnie Davis, the Medical Student Radiology Rotation Program Director.
|HELP 1||HELP DESK:
Help with downloading images for teaching conferences and presentations.
Pick up a handout on:
|HELP 2||HELP DESK:
Access to DICOM Viewers to be able to view radiology Images on your personal computer.
What are DICOM Viewers? Click here to read more.
|Two DICOM viewers are very popular:
For PC: k-PACS.de ; compatible with 64 bit computers;
(http://www.k-pacs.de/… pick the FREE version V1.6)
For Mac: OsiriX
(http://www.osirix-viewer.com/ pick the FREE 32 bit version)
|HELP 3||USEFULL RADIOLOGY EDUCATION WEB SITES ideal for medical students||Web-based teaching files and didactic lectures.
A few selected web sites are:
|HELP 4||HOW TO APPLY FOR RADIOLOGY RESIDENCIES.||
For information on how this web site was created, go to:
(Press release) New Website is Critical Companion to Medical Students
While radiology plays an increasingly important role in managing patient care, the specialty is generally relegated to an elective status in many medical schools, often leaving medical students lacking information about the essential principles of diagnostic imaging.
RSNA's recently launched Clerkship Companion website, which assists medical students in clinical core rotations and electives.
This new online tool allows medical students to explore the basic principles of diagnostic imaging while accessing information to aid in diagnosing and caring for patients in everyday practice at the point of care. Recently launched by RSNA, the Clerkship Companion acts as a "companion" to assist medical students in clinical core rotations and electives.
Dr. Judith K. Amorosa led a 100-plus member team from the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School/University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) in Newark, N.J., in creating the Clerkship Companion, which was funded with two RSNA R&E Foundation Grants totaling $150,000.
The latest version of the Radiology Residency Match Guide, APPS OF STEEL (7th Edition), has been posted at the Hopkins Radiology Educational website, http://JHUTeamRads.com
Please feel free to forward this to any students interested in the Radiology application process or to any student match advisors or educators at your institution. Many non-radiology applicants have also found much of the more generic info (thank you letter controversies, odd questions asked at interviews, how to tell a program you'd like to rank them Number One, common pitfalls and pearls for the interview trail, etc...) useful.
The website, generously enabled by the MR and Evelyn Hudson Foundation, is still under development but has been heavily used this first year at Hopkins to help the MS One students with Gross Anatomy, and has been increasingly used for the Clinical Radiology Elective and Clinical (Medical, Surgical, etc) Clerkship students as well. Feel free to explore the site. Feedback or suggestions are always welcome.