Radiology-TEACHES Editorial Board


Marc Willis

Editorial Board Chair - Editor-in-Chief
Stanford University

Karla Sepulveda

Editorial Board Vice Chair - Associate Editor
Baylor College of Medicine

Lucy Spalluto

Editorial Board Section Editor - Health equity
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
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Efren Flores

Editorial Board Section Editor – Health Equity
Harvard University

Thinh Vu

Editorial Board Section Editor - Neuro
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Christie Lincoln

Editorial Board Section Editor - Neuro
Baylor College of Medicine

Shawn Sato

Editorial Board Section Editor – Neuro / Peds
The University of Iowa

Kris Lewis

Editorial Board Section Editor - Peds
Augusta University, Medical College of Georgia

Marjorie Stein

Editorial Board Section Editor – US / Body
Montefiore Medical Center

Rony Kampalath

Editorial Board Section Editor - Body
University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine

Alex Frigini

Editorial Board Section Editor - Body
Baylor College of Medicine

Pauline Germaine

Editorial Board Section Editor – Breast / Body
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University

Nina Terry

Editorial Board Section Editor - Thoracic
The University of Alabama at Birmingham Medical Center 

Scott Grumley

Editorial Board Section Editor - Thoracic
The University of Alabama at Birmingham Medical Center

Gloria Hwang

Editorial Board Section Editor - IR
Stanford University

Zlatko Devcic

Editorial Board Section Editor – IR
Mayo Clinic in Florida

Henry Guo

Editorial Board Section Editor – Nuclear Med
Stanford University

Juhi Koolwal

Resident Site Facilitator
University of Missouri

Why They Became an Editor


“I have always been passionate about education. Radiology-TEACHES provides a perfect platform for me to engage with learners across the entire continuum of education: UME to GME to practice integration. Initial engagement with medical student case creation affords a great opportunity to consider radiology as a specialty option and highlight its value and integration with others through a variety of cases. Counseled by mentors and faculty, the students work closely on case content; allowing for mentorship and professional growth of everyone involved, students, residents and Radiology-TEACHES Editorial board members. I value each and every one of these interactions that help shape the future of Radiology and Medicine as a whole.”

Pauline Germaine, Editorial Board Section Editor – Breast / Body

 

“I am volunteering for this because I was also a medical student and resident just like everyone else and I remember how important it was to have good, reliable and useful resources from which to study. Having access to excellent resources significantly improves our training and our skills as physicians. Teaching and mentoring is one of the most important things we can do for future generations and it allows us to leave an impact on those that will join the practice of medicine. I have had many mentors who have helped me along my journey and I could not have done it without them, now it is my turn to return that to others.”

Zlatco Devcic, Editorial Board Section Editor – IR