RSNA President Valerie P. Jackson, MD, kicked off the annual meeting with her President's Address emphasizing the importance of human interaction between physicians and patients.
The AI Showcase was a hub of activity, drawing attendees to attractions including the RSNA AI Theater, AI Hands-on Workshops and the RSNA AI Deep Learning Lab. The showcase featured more than 120 companies offering the attendees the opportunity to experience AI firsthand.
An interactive graphic recording artist invited meeting attendees to imaging the future of radiology.
More than 500 participants braved the chill to participate in the RSNA 5k Fun Run, which raised $32,060 for the R&E Foundation. Funds will support research and education in radiology through grants and awards to individuals and institutions that advance radiologic research, education and practice. The race winners were Timothy Szczykutowicz, PhD (center) and Claudia Weidekamm, MD (not pictured). Also picture above are Jessica Robbins, MD (left) and Foundation Chair Thomas M. Grist, MD.
Augmented reality was just one of the cutting-edge products featured in the Technical Exhibits Hall where more than 700 leading manufacturers, suppliers and developers of medical information and technology gathered under one roof.
Meeting attendees celebrated the many faces of radiology by sharing their photos on the #WeAreRadiology Photo Wall in the Connections Center.
Residents and fellows gathered in the Residents Lounge throughout the week to chat, network and relax.
Throughout the week, attendees visited the R&E Foundation Donor Suite to read about current grant and award recipients and learn how to seed the future of radiology with a gift.