Ginger Merry, a fourth year radiology resident at UCSF, has received the American College of Radiology Goldberg-Reeder Resident Travel Grant to support Ginger’s volunteer work on behalf of ITW in Uganda.
Timely article featured in the New England Journal of Medicine “Health Technologies and Innovation in the Global Health Arena” – read it here.
New York Times article about Maternal Death in Uganda – read it here.
Dr. Kristen DeStigter featured on Vermont news WCAX. Watch clip here.
Imaging the World has won a Grand Challenges Explorations award from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation! GCEG ITW Press Release.
PeerVue is partnering with Imaging the World (ITW) for use of PeerVue’s Qualitative Intelligence and Communications System (QICS) IT platform in ITW’s ultrasound imaging program in Uganda. Read about it here.
ITW volunteer Ben Johnson has been popular in the media lately – read a write-up about his work with Imaging the World on the Health Imaging blog here.
Congratulations to Rachel Glaser who won an award entitled “Distinguished Undergraduate Research” from the University of Vermont College of Agriculture and Life Sciences for her thesis paper on Imaging the World!
ITW volunteer, Ben Johnson, was featured in UCSD’s Newsroom. Read the article here!
Just in! Several ITW members will present Imaging the World’s work at the 1st World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education in Columbia, South Carolina, April 29th through May 1st 2011. More details to come…