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Farewell to Dr. Brent Wagner (GU lecturer)

Headshot of Dr. Wagner

In March 2021, Brent Wagner, MD, Director of the American Board of Radiology (ABR), gave his final lecture as part of the genitourinary faculty at the American Institute of Radiologic Pathology’s (AIRP) Radiologic Pathology course.  Dr. Wagner’s tenure at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), where he served as Chief of Genitourinary Radiology, and subsequently the AIRP, spanned an incredible 27 years. During his remarkable career, his outstanding lectures positively impacted thousands of residents and practicing radiologists in the United States and abroad.  As a former resident who learned from his practical approach to radiology, and as the current section chief of GU Imaging at the AIRP, I have personally benefited from his immense efforts and devotion to education. The AIRP would like to thank him for his service, leadership, and example.

Dr. Jamie Marko (AIRP GU Section Chief)

 

Farewell to Dr. Leonard Glassman (Breast lecturer)

Headshot of Dr. Glassman Also in March 2021, Leonard Glassman, MD, of Washington Radiology Associates P.C., gave his final lecture as part of the breast faculty at the American Institute of Radiologic Pathology’s (AIRP) Radiologic Pathology course.  Dr. Glassman’s tenure at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), where he first awarded Distinguished Scientist in 1988 and served later on as Chief of Breast Radiology, and subsequently the AIRP, spanned an incredible 33 years. During his remarkable career, his outstanding lectures positively impacted thousands of residents and practicing radiologists in the United States and abroad. The AIRP would like to thank him for his service, leadership, and example.

 

 

 

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