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2022 Call for Volunteers – An Opportunity to Serve
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Join us on the first Thursday of each month for our monthly Intergalactic Case Conference!
Upcoming Conference Details
July 14, 2022
12:00-1:00 PM ET, 9:00-10:00 AM PT
Non-traumatic Pediatric Abdominal Emergencies: Pearls and Pitfalls
Mark Bittman, MD (NYP-Weill Cornell Medicine)
New York, NY
Please come ready to listen, learn, share and discuss the most interesting cases you have. Network with others as they share their most unusual cases – be sure that you have prepared your cases to be anonymous/de-identified. Powerpoint or keynote is best viewed.
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About the American Society of Emergency Radiology
Leonard (Len) Swischuk, M.D. passed away peacefully in Galveston, TX on October 22, 2021, surrounded by his devoted and loving family.
Leonard was born on June 14, 1937 in Alberta, Canada to Ukrainian/Polish immigrants who ran a gas station/general store and a motel in the early years of his life. He attended the University of Alberta, Edmonton earning his medical degree in 1956. While in medical school, Len met the love of his life, Janie Campbell. They married on December 28, 1960. Janie was a remarkable woman and they were an inseparable team for over 60 years. Len and Janie raised four sons, two of which later became radiologists. They moved to Oklahoma City, OK, where Dr. Swischuk completed residency in diagnostic radiology at the University of Oklahoma and began his long and illustrious career in pediatric radiology. In 1970 the family moved to Galveston, TX and Len took a position on the faculty at the University of Texas Medical Branch and practiced for the next 50 years. Read More >>