The objective of this program is to support the career growth and personal development of the SABI members. We seek to enrich their professional experience and optimize their contributions to the field of body imaging.
Please see below to learn more about our areas of focus and our committee members' expertise.
If you are interested in participating in this program please email email@example.com by 1/15/2023 with the track you would like to participate in.
This course uses the 4-square framework described by Dr. Hicks to conduct helping conversations in professional interactions, to adopt solution-focused thinking and move from transactional to transformational leadership. This longitudinal commitment involves virtual didactic and coaching sessions that last throughout the academic year.
In this track, radiologists at any career stage will learn about and discuss a range of topics associated with career success and avoiding pitfalls, including identifying attributes of a good mentor/mentee, how to give and receive feedback, basic concepts of radiology productivity and the revenue cycle, basic negotiation skills, career pathways and tracks to leadership, maintaining work-life balance, and long-term career and financial planning. Through focused readings and candid discussions, this track will help prepare the next generation of radiologists for continued life and work accomplishments.
Dr. Neil M. Rofsky
A Professor and Chair of Radiology at UT Southwestern and the Effie and Wofford Cain Distinguished Chair in Diagnostic Imaging. Dr. Rofsky also serves as Co-Director of Translational Research for the Advanced Imaging Research Center (AIRC), a collaboration of UT Southwestern and the University of Texas at Dallas. As Chair of Radiology, he also leads efforts to rapidly bring the benefits of new technologies, including some developed at the AIRC, into clinical practice.
Dr. Carolyn Wang
Dr. Carolyn Wang is an Associate Professor in Radiology subspecializing in abdominal imaging at the University of Washington. She serves as the Medical Director for Imaging at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Her research is focused on oncologic imaging, imaging biomarkers for treatment response, patient safety and quality, and contrast media.
Dr. Zand Khashy Rafat
Iranian-Canadian father, novice philosopher and mid-career radiologist living in Montreal. Associate professor of radiology, body MRI enthusiast, current director of MRI Value and Quality at McGill. Recent graduate of McGill's International Masters in Health Leadership and Harvard PON Negotiation and Conflict Management programs. First cohort graduate of SABI’s coaching program. Coaching instructor in SABI’s COOLEST (COaching cOnversations as a LEadership STyle) program since 2020
Dr. David Mayer
Retired after 36 years of Diagnostic Radiology with primary subspecialties of Body Imaging and MSK. Also spent most of my career as a Chief or Chairman, primarily in Radiology Departments with Residents and/or Fellows. Extensive management and physician leadership experience.
Dr. Michael Gee
Michael Gee, MD, PhD is the Vice-Chair of Clinical Operations, Chief of Pediatric Radiology, and Director of the Pediatric Imaging Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital and Associate Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School in Boston. He is an expert on rapid MRI protocols, non-sedation MRI techniques, and imaging biomarkers in oncology and inflammatory bowel disease. He also has a long-standing interest in trainee education, innovative teaching methods and career mentorship for trainees and junior faculty.
Dr. Priyanka Jha
Dr. Anu Shenoy-Bhangle
Anuradha ( Anu) Shenoy-Bhangle, MD, FSABI is a Staff Radiologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Assitant Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School in Boston. Her interest in mentorship and career development stem from her recent experience working and mentoring trainees as Associate Residency Program Director and Fellowship Program Director. Her clinical interests focus on Endometriosis imaging and Liver imaging.