INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS AT GRE 2019
Theresa McLoud, MD
Koenraad Mortele, MD
Stacy E Smith, MD
Edward Y. Lee, MD, MPH
Theresa McLoud, MD
Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
A Boston native, Dr. Theresa McLoud received her BS degree from Boston College. After obtaining her MD degree from the McGill University Faculty of Medicine in Montreal, she completed a thoracic imaging fellowship at the Yale University School of Medicine and soon became an assistant professor of diagnostic radiology at Yale. In 1976, she returned to Boston and joined Harvard Medical School where she has been professor of radiology since 1993. Dr. McLoud is the first woman in the department of Radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston to hold the rank of professor at Harvard. Dr. McLoud served as the Division Head of Thoracic radiology from 1982-2001 and she is currently Vice Chair for Education in the department of Radiology.
A world-renowned expert in thoracic imaging, Dr. McLoud has conducted more than 150 postgraduate courses and published more than 200 scientific papers, reviews, and book chapters. Her 1998 text now in its second edition, Thoracic Radiology: The Requisites is a popular and comprehensive introductory work.
Dr. McLoud has been awarded the Gold Medal of the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS), and the Marie Curie Award from the American Association for Women Radiologists. She is also the recipient of the Gold Medal of the Society of Thoracic Radiology, the International Cancer Imaging Society and in 2013 the Radiologic Society of North America. She is past president of the Fleischner Society, the Society of Thoracic Radiology, ARRS and the RSNA. She is an honorary member of the European Society of Radiology, and the Spanish, Argentinian, Italian, Mexican, Australia - New Zealand and French societies of radiology and the Faculty of Medicine in Radiology of the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland.
Koenraad Mortele, MD
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School
Dr. Koenraad J. Mortele, is currently Chief of the Division of Abdominal Imaging and Clinical director of MRI at Department of Radiology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA and lecturer on pancreatic and anorectal neoplasms for the American Institute for Radiologic Pathology in Silver Spring, Maryland. He holds an academic appointment Associate Professor of Radiology at the Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA, USA.
Dr. Mortele received his medical degree Ghent University in Ghent, Belgium. His residency was at Ghent University Hospital from 2003-2008. In 2007, Dr. Mortele completed a research fellowship at Shands Hospital, Gainesville, FL (University of Florida) with Dr. Pablo Ros. Dr. Mortele was certified by the Belgian Board of Radiology in 2008 and is currently licensed in Massachusetts.
Dr. Mortele is an author of over 200 journal articles, over 100 abstracts, 25 book chapters, and 3 books. He has been very active in the Society of Abdominal Radiology (SAR), ARRS, and RSNA through annual presentations and serving as travelling visiting professor for the SAR in 2009-2010. Dr. Mortele has participated in over 100 invited lectures in national and international institutions and societies. Dr. Mortele is continuing in this role at the American Institute for Radiologic Pathology correlation course.
Stacy E Smith, MD
Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
Dr. Stacy E. Smith is the Chief and Distinguished Barbara N. Weissman Chair, Division of Musculoskeletal Imaging and Intervention, Department of Radiology, and Imaging Director of the STRATUS Center for Simulation in Medical Education at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. She received her BSc and MD at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, followed by an Internal Medicine internship and Diagnostic Radiology residency at Queen’s University/Kingston General Hospital at Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
After completing a fellowship in Musculoskeletal Radiologic Pathology as a Calendar Binford Junior Scientist at the Armed Forced Institute of Pathology (AFIP), Walter Reed Hospital, Washington DC, she joined the University of Maryland Department of Radiology Division of Musculoskeletal Imaging, becoming an Associate Professor of Radiology and Associate Residency Program Director.
Dr. Smith has more than 100 presentations, abstracts/publications, review articles or book chapters, with 2 books related to Musculoskeletal imaging. She is a former ARRS AJR Figley Fellow in Radiology Journalism, Assistant editor of the pediatric section of the American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), and is the current MSK section editor for Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology, Associate Editor of the MSK AIRP Best Case Series and a reviewer for 10 journals. She is the current Director for the RSNA MSK Case Based Review Course and the RSNA/ARRS Introduction to Academic Radiology Program (ITAR) and is a former Co Director of the highly acclaimed ARRS Case Review Course. Her interest in medical education and global humanitarian work extends to the local, regional, and national levels, serving as chair or executive member on the RSNA Education Executive Committee, SSR, ADPR, NERRS, and SABR Education Committees and BWH Global Health Leadership Executive Task Force committee. She is currently the BWH Radiology Liaison to BWH Indian Health Services, Partners in Health Rwanda HRH Programs, and Rad Aid. Dr. Smith is a recent graduate of the both the Harvard Business School BWH Leadership Program and the Harvard Macy Program in Health Care Education and Innovation Program.
Dr. Smith has been invited to present on various topics in Musculoskeletal Imaging and Medical Education as a visiting professor or faculty speaker in North America, Europe, South America, Africa, Australia, and Asia.
Edward Y. Lee, MD, MPH
Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School
Dr. Edward Y. Lee is an associate professor of radiology at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He received his A.B. and M.D. from the University of Chicago (Phi Beta Kappa and Swift Scholar) and his M.P.H. from Harvard University (Student Marshal), followed by an internship at Harvard Medical Center and radiology residency at Mallincrodt Institute of Radiology / Washington University Medical Center. After completing a pediatric radiology fellowship as a chief fellow at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in 2005, he joined the Departments of Radiology and Medicine, Division of Pulmonary Medicine. Since Dr. Lee was appointed as the Chief of Thoracic Imaging Division in 2010 and Director of MRI from 2012 - 2014, he has provided integrated image performance and interpretation across modalities for congenital and acquired pediatric disorders at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Lee has more than 180 peer-reviewed journal articles, 100 review articles or book chapters, and three books related to pediatric imaging. He was the recipient of RSNA Eyler Editorial Fellowship in 2010. He is the winner of the prestigious Caffey’s Awards from SPR in both Best Clinical Scientific Research and Best Educational Exhibit Presentation categories. Additionally, as an assistant editor of the pediatric section of the American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR) and European Journal of Radiology (EJR); editorial board member of nine journals; and reviewer of 25 journals; Dr. Lee has also helped guide and establish the educational and scientific direction and growth in his academic specialty – pediatric imaging – at academic and medical institutions around the world. Dr. Lee is the past President of the New England Roentgen Society (NERRS) and current President of the International Society of Pediatric Thoracic Imaging (ISPTI).
Dr. Lee is currently one of the most sought-after internationally known radiology speakers in the field of pediatric imaging. He has served either as a visiting professor or as an invited speaker on various topics related to pediatric imaging education more than 30 different countries in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Asia, and Africa.
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