Society of Interventional Radiology adds 18 Fellows to its roster

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The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) announced the addition of 18 Fellows to the Fairfax, Virginia-based, national organization's roster during SIR's 38th Annual Scientific Meeting, held April 13 in New Orleans. This honor, achieved by fewer than 10 percent of SIR membership, goes to members who have demonstrated excellence in research and published works or teaching and leadership within the field of interventional radiology and/or the society.

"Election as a Fellow is one of the Society of Interventional Radiology's highest honors and the direct result of peer recognition," said SIR President Scott C. Goodwin, M.D., FSIR, who represents the national society of nearly 5,000 doctors, scientists and allied health professionals dedicated to improving health care through minimally invasive treatments. "SIR Fellows play key roles in the society. They have made-and continue to make-seminal contributions to the specialty that have advanced the science and technology of the field," said Goodwin, who is the Hasso Brothers professor and chair of the department of radiological sciences at the University of California, Irvine.

Of those selected to be SIR Fellows, 16 were named Active Fellows and two were named Corresponding Fellows (members who practice and/or reside outside of the United States). SIR Active Fellows are listed below.

  • Colorado: Elizabeth Brooke Spencer, M.D., FSIR, RIA Endovascular Clinic, Denver
  • Massachusetts: Ronald S. Arellano, M.D., FSIR, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston; Susan K. O'Horo, M.D., FSIR, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston; and Hani H. Abujudeh, M.D., FSIR, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
  • Michigan: Joseph Gemmete, M.D., FSIR, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor
  • New Jersey: Sohail G. Contractor, M.D., FSIR, New Jersey Medical School, Newark
  • New York: William Alago Jr., M.D., FSIR, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York
  • North Carolina: Charles T. Burke, M.D., FSIR, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill
  • Texas: Kamran Ahrar, M.D., FSIR, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston; Marco Cura, M.D., FSIR, Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas; Joseph R. Steele, M.D., FSIR, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston; and Anthony Goei, M.D., FSIR, Star Vascular Access Center, San Antonio
  • Utah: G. Peter Feola, M.D., FSIR, Primary Children's Medical Center, Salt Lake City
  • Washington, D.C.: Filip Banovac, M.D., FSIR, Georgetown University Hospitals, and Stephen L. Ferrara, M.D., FSIR, Institute of Medicine

Corresponding Fellows are listed below.

  • Canada: John R. Kachura, M.D., FSIR, Toronto General Hospital,Toronto, Ontario
  • Argentina: Sergio D. Sierre, M.D., FSIR, Hospital Nacional de Pediatria, Buenos Aires

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