Why SIO? Why now?
Blog: Clinic Notes | Posted By: Michael C. Soulen | Released: February 16, 2017, 7:15 pm
Optimal patient care is no longer the province of solitary specialists; rather it is provided by multidisciplinary care teams. This has lead to the genesis of diseased-centered subspecialty societies
Interventional Oncology at RSNA Clinical Trials “Bootcamp”
Blog: Clinic Notes | Posted By: Michael C. Soulen | Released: February 16, 2017, 6:57 pm
The RSNA held its 12th Clinical Trials Methodology Workshop January 7-13 in San Diego, CA. This program offers intensive training in clinical trial design and statistics for academic radiology faculty from around the world. Morning didactic sessions are followed by small group sessions
The Little Engine That Could
Blog: Clinic Notes | Posted By: Michael C. Soulen | Released: March 10, 2016, 6:01 pm
I was completely blown away by a presentation from the senior leadership of Galil. Galil has invested 25%-30% of revenues into R&D...
CIRSE 2014 Day 3
Blog: Clinic Notes | Posted By: Michael C. Soulen | Released: September 16, 2014, 2:36 am
Another fun day in Glasgow. Fundamentals courses covered pancreatico biliary cancer and tumor ablation. The big event of the afternoon was the "last man standing" film panel with full audience participation. Lots of complex vascular cases made for a very challenging quiz. It would be interesting to
CIRSE 2014 Day 1
Blog: Clinic Notes | Posted By: Michael C. Soulen | Released: September 13, 2014, 9:15 am
CIRSE kicked off today under unexpectedly glorious summer-like weather in Glasgow. The exhibition hall is crowded and full of energy. As usual with generalist IR meetings, the IO content is a little dilute though oddly clumped and ranges from very basic to cutting edge. I was happy to see a dedicate