2023 Member-In-Training Travel Awards

Congratulations to the 2023 ASNR Member-In-Training Travel Award recipients:

Austin  Svec,  MD  PGY-IV
Creighton University
Abstract Title: Delta Radiomic Correlates of Apoptosis and Oxidative Stress in a First-in-Human Phase 0/1 Trial of 5-Aminolevulinic Acid Sonodynamic Therapy in Recurrent Glioblastoma

Benjamin  Johnson-Tesch,  MD
Mayo Clinic
Abstract Title: Trust, but Verify: Technical Efficacy, Safety, and Limitations of Surface Registered Electromagnetic CT-Navigation as an Adjunct Tool for CT-guided Percutaneous Vertebral Augmentation and Tumor Ablation in the Spine

Elham  Tavakkol,  MD
University of California
Abstract Title: Using Radiomics as a Computer-assisted Tool to Predict 1p/19q Co-deletion in Patients with IDH-1 Mutant Glioma: Added Value to the T2-FLAIR Mismatch Sign

Gautam  Adusumilli,  MD
Massachusetts General Hospital
Abstract Title: Comprehensive Venous Outflow Predicts Functional Outcomes in Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients Treated by Thrombectomy

Graham  Keir,  MD
Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra Northwell
Abstract Title: Added Value of 64Cu/68Ga DOTATATE Brain PET/MRI in Clinical Practice

Jacob  W.  Fleming,  MD
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Abstract Title: Interim Results of a Prospective Registry Investigating Sacroplasty for Sacral Insufficiency Fractures

Jon  O.S.H.  Cleary,  MBBS-PhD,  FRCR
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Abstract Title: Utility of whole-body CT imaging for investigation of patients presenting with solitary brain tumors–experienceof a national tertiary centre

Joseph  Behnke,  PhD
Emory University
Abstract Title: Microstructural White Matter Changes in Subacute Postconcussion Vestibular Dysfunction (PCVD) as Assessed with NODDI

Lukas  Meyer,  MD
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
Abstract Title: The effect and interaction of bridging intravenous thrombolysis and extended time from onset on functional outcome: Subanalysis of the German Stroke Registry

Markand  Patel,  BM,  BSc,  FRCR,  PhD
University of Toronto
Abstract Title: Delayed Contrast and Multiparametric MRI for Treatment Response Assessment in Brain Metastases Following Stereotactic Radiosurgery

Murat  Ak,  MD
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Abstract Title: Radiomics Analysis Predict Pseudoprogression vs. True Progression in Glioblastoma: a Multi-institutional Study

Nastaran  Khalili,  MD,  MPH
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Abstract Title: Multiparametric MRI for Identifying Radioimmunomic Signatures in Pediatric Low-grade Glioma

Razia  Sultana,  DVM,  MS,  PhD
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Abstract Title: Nitrous Oxide Enhances MRI-guided Focused Ultrasound Mediated Blood Brain Barrier Opening

Siddhant  Dash,  MD
New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell
Abstract Title: MR Perfusion Alterations Associate with Cognitive Deficits, Mood, Fatigue, and Dysautonomia in Post-COVID Brain Fog

Sinéad Culleton, MBBChBAO, MSc, FFR(RCSI)
University of Utah
Abstract Title: Association between Carotid Intraplaque Hemorrhage and Cerebral Beta-Amyloid Depostion