Cornelius G. Dyke Award

2022 Cornelius Dyke Award Recipient

Fabrício Guimarães-Gonçalves, MD, EDiNR, EDiPNR
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Manuscript Title: Lower-Order Radiomic Analysis of Pediatric Pontine Neoplasms: Utility in Imaging Differential Diagnosis and Overall Survival Prediction

Fabrício Guimarães-Gonçalves, MD, EDiNR, EDiPNR, from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia will be awarded the 2022 Cornelius G. Dyke Memorial Award for his paper, “Lower-Order Radiomic Analysis of Pediatric Pontine Neoplasms: Utility in Imaging Differential Diagnosis and Overall Survival Prediction.”

Additional paper authors include: A Zandifar, J Kim, L Tierradentro-García and A Vossough​, also from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA​.

The paper will be presented during the ASNR 60th Annual Meeting in New York, New York; Scientific Podium Presentations: Pediatrics on May 17 at 3:35 pm in the Beekman Room.

Congratulations, to Dr. Guimarães-Gonçalves and the team.

About the Cornelius G. Dyke Award

PURPOSE: The Cornelius Dyke Award recognizes substantial academic achievement and acknowledges original, unpublished research in some aspect of neuroradiology.

HISTORY: This award was established to honor Cornelius G. Dyke, one of the pioneers in Neuroradiology, and is given to an assistant professor or trainee for excellence as demonstrated in a paper, which represents original, unpublished research in some aspect of Neuroradiology.

THE DYKE AWARD INCLUDES:

  • A $500 honorarium
  • Invitation to the President’s Reception and Dinner at the 60th Annual Meeting in 2022
  • Invitation to present the work at the 60th Annual Meeting in 2022 as scheduled by the program committee
  • Complimentary registration for the 60the Annual Meeting
  • Promotion at 60th Annual meeting, via ASNR eNews and posting on the ASNR website

ABOUT THE NOMINATION PROCESS: To be considered for Cornelius G. Dyke award a new paper must be submitted for the ASNR 60th Annual Meeting via the online abstract submission site. Following review of abstracts, authors of the highest-ranking abstracts will be asked to submit a manuscript.

To view the past recipients of the Cornelius G. Dyke Award, click here.