Sep
19
2017

Significant progress has been made inside Texas Children’s Legacy Tower

Since the topping out celebration of Texas Children’s Legacy Tower nearly seven month ago, significant construction milestones have been reached inside the tower’s 400-foot-tall structure at Texas Children’s Medical Center campus. Carefully designed to promote the safest possible environment to care for our most critically ill patients and their families, construction is underway on the Read More…

Jul
17
2017

Bisset awarded 2017 Gold Medal from RSNA for his contributions to radiology

Texas Children’s Radiology-in-Chief Dr. George Bisset was recently awarded the Radiological Society of North America’s (RSNA) Gold Medal for 2017. The Gold Medal is RSNA’s highest honor. It is awarded annually by the Board of Directors to those persons who, in the judgment of the Board, have rendered unusual service to the science of radiology. Read More…

Jun
27
2017

Seghers named to leadership role within the Society for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging

Texas Children’s radiologist Dr. Victor Seghers was recently elected vice president of the Pediatric Imaging Council within the Society for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI). This is a six-year term and Seghers will become president of the council in 2019. In this leadership position, Seghers’ responsibilities will include recruitment of speakers and moderators for Read More…

Feb
21
2017

Radiologists receive award for epilepsy research

Dr. Michael Paldino’s paper entitled “Brain Network Architecture and Global Intelligence in Children with Focal Epilepsy” was recently selected as the 2016 Lucien Levy Best Research Article Award Winner in the American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR). This award is named for the late AJNR senior editor who championed its establishment and recognizes the best original Read More…

Feb
21
2017

Mahmood named to leadership role within the American Institute of Ultrasound Medicine

Texas Children Radiologist Dr. Nadia Mahmood was recently named Secretary of the Pediatric Ultrasound Community of the American Institute of Ultrasound Medicine (AIUM). Mahmood will become chair of the committee in 2021. This is a major responsibility for Mahmood, especially at the association’s annual convention in March, involving selection of topics, speakers and moderators for Read More…