Dodgen lecture 2007: annual meeting of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences.5:00 pm Thursday
February 22, 2007
TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS IN IMAGING AND THEIR APPLICATIONS IN CLINICAL AND BASIC SCIENCE RESEARCH
Ramesh Patel, MD.
Professor of Radiology
Diplomat, American Board of Radiology
Diplomat, American Board of Disability Specialists
Fellow, American College of Radiology The American College of Radiology (ACR), founded in 1923, is a non-profit professional medical organization composed of diagnostic radiologists, radiation oncologists, interventional radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, and medical physicists.
Fellow, American College of Angiology angiology /an·gi·ol·o·gy/ (an?je-ol´ah-je) the study of the vessels of the body; also, the sum of knowledge relating to the blood and lymph vessels.
Speaker: Ramesh Patel, M.D.
Professor of Radiology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMC) is the health sciences campus of the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss). Located in Jackson, Mississippi (USA), it houses the Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Health Related Professions, and Graduate Studies in the Health (UMC) and Director of the Division of Diagnostic Imaging, Director of the Radiology Residency Program, Co-Director of the Body Imaging Fellowship Program, Medical Director of the School of Radiographic radiographic (rā´dēōgraf´ik),
adj relating to the process of radiography, the finished product, or its use. Technology, Medical Director of the School of Nuclear Medicine Technology, Medical Director of the School of Computerized Tomography and Special Procedures, Medical Director of the School of Computerized Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), noninvasive diagnostic technique that uses nuclear magnetic resonance to produce cross-sectional images of organs and other internal body structures.
Dr. Patel will discuss the advancements in imaging, and he will present an enriching lecture on the use of the new imaging technology in both clinical and basic sciences. Dr. Patel has published in prestigious journals in the field of radiology as well as JAMA JAMA
Journal of the American Medical Association , and has presented his findings at both national and international meetings. He has applied imaging technology in the clinical setting, as well as implemented techniques for small animal and plant science research.
2007 Sustaining Members
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University of Mississippi Medical Center
University of Southern Mississippi
William Carey College
Junius G. Adams, III, Gaithersburg, MD
Charles C. Alexander, University, MS
Alex D. W. Acholonu, Alcorn State, MS
Vernon L. Asper, Stennis Space Center, MS
Robert Bateman, Hattiesburg, MS
John D. Bower, Jackson, MS
Carolyn R. Boyle, Starkville, MS
John A. Boyle, Starkville, MS
Joseph M. Brown, Starkville, MS
Charles T. Bryson, Stoneville, MS
C. Eugene Cain, Jackson, MS
Gordan Cannon, Hattiesburg, MS
C. T. Carley, Starkville, MS
Steven T. Case, Jackson, MS
William G. Cibula, Picayune, MS
Prentiss S. Cox, Clinton, MS
Crayton M. Crawford, Mississippi State, MS
David Creed, Hattiesburg, MS
Roy A. Crochet, Stennis Space Center, MS
W. Lawrence Croft, Mississippi State, MS
Asok K. Dasmahapatra, University, MS
Alice L. Douglas, Jackson, MS
Ben H. Douglas, Jackson, MS
Stella D. Elakovich, Purvis, MS
Charles K. Eleuterius, Ocean Springs, MS
Atef Elsherbeni, University, MS
Peter Fleischer, Stennis Space Center, MS
D.J. Grimes, Ocean Springs, MS
Mary Lou Gutierrez-Mohamed, Jackson, MS
Gordon Gunter, Ocean Springs, MS
Margot Hall, Hattiesburg, MS
Burnette Hamil, Mississippi State, MS
Robert G. Hamilton, Clinton, MS
Andrew W. Harrell, Vicksburg, MS
Portia J. Harris, Stennis Space Center, MS
Thomas J. Herrin, Jackson, MS
Sabine Heinhorst, Hattiesburg, MS
Huey-Min Hwang, Jackson, MS
Jerome A. Jackson, Mississippi State, MS
Paul K. Lago, University, MS
Mary C. Landin, Utica, MS
Jerzy Leszczynski, Jackson, MS
Ken Lee, Jackson, MS
Tim Lockley, Gulfport, MS
Julia S. Lytle, Ocean Springs, MS
Thomas F. Lytle, Ocean Springs, MS
Lyman A. Magee, University, MS
David H. Magers, Clinton, MS
Harihara M. Mehendale, Jackson, MS
L. Hollis Melton, Ocean Springs, MS
Joan Messer, Sumrall, MS
Jean-Pierre Montani, Jackson, MS
Sarah E. Morgan, Hattiesburg, MS
Lyle E. Nelson, Starkville, MS
Clifford Ochs, Oxford, MS
Ervin G. Otvos, Ocean Springs, MS
Robin M. Overstreet, Ocean Springs, MS
Dudley F. Peeler, Jackson, MS
A. Louise Perkins, Bay St. Louis, MS
John A. Pojman, Hattiesburg, MS
Aaron D. Puckett, Jackson, MS
Zahir Qureshi, Memphis, TN
Dero S. Ramsey, Starkville, MS
Robin W. Rockhold, Jackson, MS
Bennie Rohr, Pascagoula, MS
James B. Rucker, Carriere, MS
W. St. Amand, University, MS
Edgar J. Saltsman, Santa Ana, CA
Muhammad I. Shafi, Holly Springs, MS
Sandra L. Sharp, Ocean Springs, MS
George V. Smith, Jackson, MS
Troy J. Stewart, Sr., Lorman, MS
Richard Sullivan, Jackson, MS
Charles Swann, Oxford, MS
Elizabeth Taylor, Verona, MS
Robert D. Taylor, Houston, TX
Shelby F. Thames, Hattiesburg, MS
Joyce Titus, Madison, MS
Salil C. Tiwari, Fayette, MS
Suresh C. Tiwari, Fayette, MS
Warren E. Traub, Diamondhead, MS
Suresh Tyagi, Louisville, KY
S. Kant Vajpayee, Hattiesburg, MS
Rosa Lea Walker, Jackson, MS
W. Lamar Weems, Jackson, MS
Denis A. Wiesenburg, Stennis Space Center, MS
John S. Williamson, Oxford, MS
C. A. Wilson, Mississippi State, MS
Hongtao Yu, Madison, MS
Jeffrey D. Zubkowski, Brandon, MS