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Episode 7: A year into the COVID-19 pandemic: challenges and outlooks for the cancer imaging community

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Release Date: 04/02/2021

Episode 9: A Multifaceted View of Cancer Imaging, Diagnosis, and Treatment show art Episode 9: A Multifaceted View of Cancer Imaging, Diagnosis, and Treatment

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In this episode, Dr. Adeline Boettcher interviews clinical neuropsychologist Dr. Tresa Roebuck Spencer to hear her perspectives on patient advocacy from the viewpoint of working with patients who have gone through cancer diagnosis and treatment, as well as through her own personal experiences. Adeline and Tresa discuss potential sources of anxiety that stem from cancer imaging, as well as how patients may process information they hear from their healthcare providers.

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Episode 8: Brain Tumor Awareness Month - A Conversation with Dr. Edjah Nduom show art Episode 8: Brain Tumor Awareness Month - A Conversation with Dr. Edjah Nduom

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May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month and we at Radiology: Imaging Cancer are thrilled to welcome Dr. Edjah Nduom (@EKNduom), Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery at Emory University, to the podcast! We cover a wide range of topics including brain tumor imaging biomarkers, patient advocacy, racial justice in medicine, mentorship, and so much more.

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Episode 7: A year into the COVID-19 pandemic: challenges and outlooks for the cancer imaging community show art Episode 7: A year into the COVID-19 pandemic: challenges and outlooks for the cancer imaging community

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Dr. Ivanidze interviews Dr. Gary D. Luker and Dr. Adeline Boettcher about how their year has been since publishing their article Transitioning to a New Normal after COVID-19: Preparing to Get Back on Track for Cancer Imaging Luker and Boettcher. Other articles mentioned: Cancer Imaging and Patient Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic; Narrowing the Gap: Imaging Disparities in Radiology. Then Dr. Michio Taya interviews Dr. Wendy Tu on her upcoming editorial on COVID-19 induced Axillary Adenopathy.

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Episode 6: Preclinical and Translational Cancer Imaging Research show art Episode 6: Preclinical and Translational Cancer Imaging Research

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Dr. Adeline Boettcher interviews Dr. Umar Mahmood and Dr. Benjamin Larimer to discuss their work on the development and characterization of a PET tracer for granzyme B., Dr. Nikita Consul interviews Dr. Eric T. Ahrens. and then Dr. Wendy Tu interviews Dr. Dong-Hyun Kim.

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Episode 5: Emerging Technologies in Radiology show art Episode 5: Emerging Technologies in Radiology

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Dr. Matthew Seager interviews Dr. Lacey McNally and Dr. Meredith Jones about their recently published paper in Radiology: Imaging Cancer- A New Approach for Automated  Image Segmentation of Organs at Risk in Cervical Cancer. Dr. Jana Ivanidze interviews Dr. Guillem Pratx about his work with Whole body tracking of single cells and his paper published in nature biomedical engineering.

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Episode 4.Part 2: Global Health Approaches to Oncologic Imaging and Radiation Oncology show art Episode 4.Part 2: Global Health Approaches to Oncologic Imaging and Radiation Oncology

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Dr. Nikita Consul interviews Miriam Mikhail Lette, MD, who is a board-certified radiologist, the coordinator and founder of the Lancet Oncology journal’s commission on cancer imaging for low- and middle-income countries, and a diagnostic radiologist and technical consultant for the IAEA Division of Human Health Section of Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Imaging.

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Episode 4.Part 1: Global Health Approaches to Oncologic Imaging and Radiation Oncology show art Episode 4.Part 1: Global Health Approaches to Oncologic Imaging and Radiation Oncology

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Podcast Contents 0:00-3:13- Introduction by Dr. Jana Ivanidze 3:14-14:58- Dr. Mateus Taveira interviews about her recently published article in Radiology: Imaging Cancer titled "Biparametric MRI prior to Radical Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer in a Caribbean Population: Implications for Risk Group Stratification and Treatment"    14:59-30:13- Dr. Ricky Savjani interviews  and  about Road2IR 30:14-42:44- Dr. Jana Ivanidze interviews about 42:45-43:19- Conclusion   

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Episode 3 - Racial Disparities in Oncologic Imaging and Oncology Care show art Episode 3 - Racial Disparities in Oncologic Imaging and Oncology Care

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Dr. Jana Ivanidze interviews four brilliant physician-scientists who study racial disparities in oncologic imaging and ways to address them.  Interviews with Dr. Efren Flores, Dr. Randy Miles, Dr. Joseph Osborne, and Dr. Ashley Prosper

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Episode 2 - RSNA Grant Recipient Interviews show art Episode 2 - RSNA Grant Recipient Interviews

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0:00-08:44- Dr. Ashok Srinivasan interviews Grant recipient Michelle Roytman, MD on her RSNA Research Resident/Fellow Grant Dynamic 68-gallium-DOTATATE PET and DCE Perfusion MRI in Meningioma: Correlation with Molecular Pathology and Clinical Outcomes.

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Episode 1 - Welcome to the Radiology: Imaging Cancer Podcast show art Episode 1 - Welcome to the Radiology: Imaging Cancer Podcast

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0:00-11:10- Dr. Gary Luker and Adeline Boettcher discuss their paper "Transitioning to a New Normal after COVID-19: Preparing to Get Back on Track for Cancer Imaging" recently publish in Radiology: Imaging Cancer.

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Podcast Contents

0:00-02:07- Introduction by Jana Ivanidze, MD, PhD

02:32-27:00-Dr. Ivanidze interviews Dr. Gary D. Luker and Dr. Adeline Boettcher about how their year has been since publishing their article Transitioning to a New Normal after COVID-19: Preparing to Get Back on Track for Cancer Imaging Luker and Boettcher. 

     Other articles mentioned:

27:01-42:16- Dr. Michio Taya interviews Dr. Wendy Tu on her upcoming editorial on COVID-19 induced Axillary Adenopathy.

42:17-43:52- Conclusion