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Continued competitiveness and difficulty to get NIH funds contribute to an increasing demand for R&E grants that jumpstart careers and spur additional funding.
With her 1988 R&E Research Fellow Grant, Amy S. Thurmond, M.D., aimed to develop an interventional radiological treatment of infertility. What ultimately resulted was a new procedure for diagnosing and treating fallopian tube blockage.
Alda L. Tam, M.D., M.B.A., was awarded a 2012 RSNA Research Seed Grant to investigate how IRE and nanotechnology can be integrated to create a better treatment platform for liver tumors.
Radiologist Gregory M. Lim, M.D., demonstrated the detective work that radiologists do on a daily basis.
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