Assess Your Well-Being and Risk of Burnout

The new ACR Radiologist Well-Being Program is available to residents and fellows. The program includes access to the Well-Being Index survey tool, with an ACR invitation code, to anonymously self-evaluate your level of well-being.

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New AIRP Slide Scanner Arrives

AIRP has installed a new slide scanner for improved rad-path case management. Learn more »

AIRP is Proud to Announce Our Honored Faculty 

AIRP Faculty Named SCBT-MR Gold Medal for 2018 View now »

Gold medals are awarded in recognition of leadership to the society and extraordinary contributions to the art and science of body imaging. 

Marilyn J. Siegel, M.D. is currently Professor of Radiology and Pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. She is a recognized leader in pediatric radiology with a special interest in use of cross-sectional imaging techniques for evaluation of pediatric diseases. She is also an experienced thoracic radiologist.

Dr. Siegel is the author of over 320 journal articles, 54 chapters, and 19 books, including the definitive textbook on pediatric ultrasonography (Pediatric Sonography), now into its 5th edition, and a comprehensive textbook on pediatric body computed tomography, (Pediatric Body CT) now in its 2nd edition. Dr. Siegel’s teaching accomplishments have been recognized by the Teacher of the Year award at the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology and the Master Teacher Award in Radiology from the State University of New York.

Dr. Siegel has been active in pediatric radiology throughout her career and has made important contributions related to both the assessment of radiation doses from diagnostic imaging and oncologic applications of CT and MRI.  Current research focuses on new technologies for dose reduction in CT and the clinical role of dual-energy CT. She is also the recipient of several National Institute of Health (NIH) grants for cancer imaging and is co-director of the NIH-funded Imaging Response Assessment Core (IRAC) at Washington University. In this role she is responsible for response assessment measurements for clinical trial studies in children and adults with cancer and is also responsible for implementing new advanced imaging software for tumor imaging research opportunities.

For the past ten years, Dr. Siegel has been chair of the diagnostic imaging committee for the Children’s Oncology group, a clinical trials group devoted to pediatric cancer research. She also is a co-investigator on multicenter trial evaluating longitudinal use of ultrasound to predict cirrhosis in cystic fibrosis sponsored by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. In addition, she has participated in numerous national and international conferences addressing optimization of sonographic, CT and MRI techniques and their clinical applications in a pediatric population. Read about Dr. Siegel's role in codirecting the Imaging and Response Assessment Core at the Siteman Cancer Center. This is one of the most successful cores in the USA.

AIRP Faculty Named ABR President  View now »

The American Board of Radiology (ABR) has named Brent J. Wagner, MD, as president. He succeed the previous ABR President-Elect Lisa A. Kachnic, MD in late September 2018.


Dr. Brent J. Wagner, a diagnostic radiologist with a subspecialty in body imaging, has been a member of West Reading Radiology Associates, a private practice in West Reading, Pennsylvania, since 1998 and is currently its president. He is a former medical staff president of the Reading Health System. He received his undergraduate education at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, and attended Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. He served his internship at Roanoke Memorial Hospital and his residency at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center at Lackland AFB, Texas. Dr. Wagner has served on the ABR Board since 2011 and is currently a member of the ABR’s Board of Governors. He is a former staff member of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) and current visiting lecturer for the American College of Radiology’s (ACR’s) American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP). He is on the editorial board of RadioGraphics, offering his expertise in genitourinary imaging.


Dr. Wagner also serves on the Professionalism Committee for the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and is a member of the Commission on Leadership and Practice Development for the ACR. A member of the Reading Health System Board of Directors since 2010, he currently serves as board chairman. He is also a member of the American Roentgen Ray Society, the Pennsylvania Radiological Society, and the Berks County Medical Society. He is a senior member of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine and a fellow of the Society of Abdominal Radiology. Dr. Wagner’s honors and awards include Phi Beta Kappa (Lafayette College); chief resident (October 1990 to March 1991); Residency Teacher of the Year (1992-1993 and 1998-1999); First Place Award, Society of Uroradiology/European Society of Uroradiology Film Interpretation competition (June 1996, Zurich, Switzerland), Air Force Commendation Medal (1988), and Air Force Commendation Medal, First Oak Leaf Cluster (1994). Author or co-author of nearly 50 publications, he regularly lectures on many genitourinary and radiology leadership topics. He counts computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasound as his areas of special interest and expertise.


AIRP Faculty Named RSNA 2017 Outstanding Educator  View now »


American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP) faculty member Dorothy Bulas, MD, recently earned the 2017 Radiologic Society of North America (RSNA) Outstanding Educator Award. Bulas, who has been an AIRP lecturer since 2011, is a professor of pediatrics and radiology at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. She also serves as vice chief of academic affairs, program director of pediatric radiology and section head of ultrasound and fetal imaging at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC.


AIRP Brazil Organizer Named 2017 Honorary RSNA Member View now »


Renato Adam Mendonca MD, PhD, a lead organizer of the American Institute of Radiologic Pathology (AIRP) courses offered in Brazil, was recently named an Honorary Member of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA). Mendonca is the Chief of the Department of Neuroradiology at Delboni Auriemo, Sao Paulo, Brazil. He is currently treasurer of the International Society of Radiology (ISR). Mendonca is a former president of the Radiological and Diagnostic Imaging Society of Sao Paulo and is the scientific director and current Chair of its Educational Committee.



AIRP Reveals Best Case Winners from March-April 2018 Rad-Path Course

The AIRP is pleased to announce our Best Case Winners from the March-April 2018 Radiologic Pathology Four Week Course. View now »


Happening Soon: Neuro Imaging Categorical Course, August 6–9, 2018  Register now » 


Happening Soon: Breast Categorical Course, September 29–29, 2018  Register now » 


Happening Soon: Musculoskeletal Imaging Categorical Course, October 1519, 2018 Register now » 


Save $600 When You Return to the AIRP Rad-Path Course

Did you know you can save $600 when you return for the Four-Week Rad-Path Course a second time? Learn more »


Neuroradiology Rad-Path Categorical Course

August 12-15, 2019

This course provides a comprehensive review of neuroradiology including spine, head and neck imaging.

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