Dr. Kevin Rice: Semifinalist for 2016 AuntMinnie.com's Most Effective Radiology Educator
Updated: Mar 12, 2021
We are pleased to announce Global Radiology CME's Kevin Rice, MD is a semifinalist for 2016 AuntMinnie.com's Most Effective Radiology Educator.
Kevin Rice, MD
Dr. Kevin Rice, radiologist at Renaissance Imaging Medical Associates and Chair of Radiology at Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Los Angeles, California is one of 17 radiologists from around the world to be a semifinalist in the category of Most Effective Radiology Educator. Dr. Rice is "extremely honored to be nominated and be part of such an extraordinary group of radiologists from renowned teaching centers."
With over 2 million page views per month and close to 150,000 members, Aunt Minnie is the premiere radiology information website catering to radiologists and professionals in the medical imaging field from across the globe. According to AuntMinnie.com, the Minnie's seek to recognize the "Best and Brightest in Medical Imaging". Now in their 17th year, the Minnies awards provide a forum for radiology professionals to acknowledge the contributions of their peers to the field of medical imaging. Minnies candidates are nominated by AuntMinnie.com members and selected by a panel of experts in the field through two rounds of voting.
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Semifinalists for AuntMinnie.com's 2016 Most Effective Radiology Educator: Dr. Stephen Amis, Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center Dr. Sanjeev Bhalla, Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology Dr. Kevin Chang, Brown University Dr. Frank Gaillard, Radiopaedia - Australia Dr. Carol Geer, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Dr. Pamela Johnson, Johns Hopkins University Dr. Frank Lexa, Drexel University Dr. Tan-Lucien Mohammed, University of Florida Dr. Mark Mullins, PhD, Emory University Dr. Gregory Nicola, Hackensack Radiology Group Dr. François Pontana, Lille University Hospital - France Dr. Elizabeth Rafferty, Lawrence General Hospital Dr. Parvati Ramchandani, University of Pennsylvania Dr. Kevin Rice, Renaissance Imaging Medical Associates Dr. Mary Scanlon, University of Pennsylvania Dr. Kitt Shaffer, PhD, Boston University Dr. Stacy Smith, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Dr. Rice serves as the Chair of the Radiology Department of Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Los Angeles, California and is a radiologist with Renaissance Imaging Medical Associates. Dr. Rice has made several media appearances as part of his ongoing commitment to public education. Dr. Rice's passion for state of the art radiology and teaching includes acting as a guest lecturer at UCLA and writing the popular Xray of the Week for radiology social media. In 2015 Dr. Rice launched Global Radiology CME to provide innovative radiology education at exciting international destinations, with the world's foremost authorities in their field.
Dr. Rice is on Twitter posting what matters to radiologists @KevinRiceMD