ARRS Executive Council and Publications Committee Chair
Deb Baumgarten, MD, MPH, FACR, FSAR
Deb Baumgarten has been named a member of the American Roentgen Ray Society Executive Council. ARRS is the oldest and first radiology society and is dedicated to the goal of the advancement of medicine through the science of radiology and its allied sciences. Dr. Baumgarten was also named chair of the society’s Publications Committee.
Emory University Organizational Development Program Graduate, Leadership Essentials
Camille Dingle, MBA
Camille Dingle completed the Essentials of Leadership Program, which trains leaders to be capable and shape the future of Emory. These leaders play a critical role in advancing Emory’s mission.
Emory University Organizational Development Program Graduate, Aspiring Leaders
Carol Dowdle completed Emory’s Aspiring Leaders Program, for which she was nominated by department leadership. The program focuses on developing people leaders who are capable of shaping the future of their organization.
Aunt Minnie Best Radiologist Training Program Finalist
Emory Medical Imaging Program
Emory’s Medical Imaging Program has been named as a finalist in Aunt Minnie’s Best Radiologist Training Program, an award which recognizes its high pass rate for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and how quickly graduates advance within the radiologic technology profession.
Winship Glenn Family Breast Center Brave Heart Award
Lea Gilliland, MD
Lea Gilliland was awarded the Winship Glenn Family Breast Cancer Brave Heart Award, which recognizes high risk and community outreach work. Dr. Gilliland was the leader of the MagView upgrade and development/enhancement of the high risk and breast health program.
Emory University Organizational Development Program Graduate, Mentor Emory
Harold Glenn, Jr., MBA
Harold Glenn completed Mentor Emory, a program that strives to advance the community through learning from others and giving back. As a mentor, he provided one-on-one coaching and learning sessions on career development.
Appointed to ACR committee on Emergency Radiology
Jamlik-Omari Johnson, MD
Jamlik-Omari Johnson was appointed to the American College of Radiology’s committee on Emergency Radiology, which acts as a liaison between the ACR and the emergency radiology community, addressing the spectrum of ER coverage and quality issues.
Elected to Senior Member of SPIE
Elizabeth Krupinski, PhD
Elizabeth Krupinski was elected as a Senior Member of the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, a distinction given to members for their professional experience, their active involvement with the optics community and SPIE, and/or significant performance that sets them apart from their peers.
RSNA Honored Educator Award
Elizabeth Krupinski, PhD
Elizabeth Krupinski received the Radiological Society of North America’s Honored Educator Award, an achievement that recognizes dedication to furthering the profession of radiology by delivering high-quality educational content for the RSNA.
AUR RRA Innovation and Leadership Award
Jon Lewin, MD, FACR
Jon Lewin was awarded the Radiology Research Alliance Innovation and Leadership Award, which “honors an AUR member who is a visionary and made significant contributions to advance radiology research, innovation, leadership, mentorship and growth of RRA.”
Top 50 Most Influential Physician Executives/Leaders for 2017 and Atlanta's "Power 100"
Jon Lewin, MD, FACR
Jon Lewin has been named one of Modern Healthcare’s 50 Most Influential Physician Executives and Leaders, a program which honors physicians working in all sectors of the healthcare industry who are steering their organizations and the healthcare delivery system through dynamic, challenging times. Dr. Lewin was also recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as a member of their Power 100, Atlanta’s 100 most influential people in 2017.
Academy of Radiology Leadership and Management (ARLM) Certificate of Achievement
Jonathan Martin, MD
Jonathan Martin has earned the Academy of Radiology Leadership and Management Certificate of Achievement. The certificate is obtained by earning 50 education credits across a spectrum of core learning domains including Financial Skills, Human Resources, Professionalism, Legal/Contracting, Academic Mission, and General Management.
AUC A3CR2 Outstanding Teacher Award
Mark Mullins, MD, PhD, FACR
Mark Mullins was the recipient of the Outstanding Teacher Award by the American Alliance of Academic Chief Residents in Radiology, which “recognizes outstanding teachers in radiology as evidenced by the quality of their presentations and teaching materials; their ability to motivate learning; their effectiveness as a mentor; and the impact that their teaching has had upon trainees.”
Aunt Minnie Most Effective Radiology Administrator Finalist
Chuck Powell, PhD
Chuck Powell has been recognized as a finalist in the Aunt Minnie award category for Most Effective Radiology Administrator, which recognizes his excellence in managing medical imaging operations and providing coaching on leadership development and change management at Emory.
Vice-Chair of the Emory University Radiation Control Council
David Schuster, MD
David Schuster has been elected Vice-Chair of the Emory University Radiation Control Council. The council serves as the general policy-making and internal regulating body for activities at Emory University that involve the use of radiation and radioactive material.
Winship Glenn Family Breast Center Visionary Award
David Schuster, MD
David Schuster was awarded the Winship Glenn Family Breast Center Visionary Award for being an outstanding clinician and researcher with multiple RO1s and being internationally well-respected for his work with FACBC and PET tracers. Dr. Schuster is a thought leader in molecular imaging and its application in breast cancer.
Emory University Organizational Development Program Graduate, Administrative Professionals
Monique StanbackMonique Stanback completed the Administrative Professionals Program. Participants are selected based on stated goals, departmental representation and recommendations for the program, the focus of which is to develop administrative professionals who manage projects and coordinate daily operations while supporting the university’s mission.
Residence Hall Association Crystal Apples Teaching Award
Stefan Tigges, MD, MSCR
Stefan Tigges was awarded the student-driven Crystal Apples Teaching Award by the Residence Hall Association. These awards honor faculty members who go above and beyond in their search for knowledge and involvement in the Emory community.
Emory University Organizational Development Program Graduate, HR Rep Certification Level 1
Tanita Williams completed the Transactional (Level 1) Human Resources Rep Certification Program, which focuses on HR compliance monitoring, tracking and record keeping, transactional processing, and general knowledge and coordination of HR functions.