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Dr. Kevin Rice: Semifinalist for 2021's Most Effective Radiology Educator

We are pleased to announce Global Radiology CME's Kevin Rice, MD is a semifinalist for 2021's Most Effective Radiology Educator.

Kevin Rice, MD

Dr. Kevin Rice, Vice Chief of the Medical Staff at Valley Presbyterian Hospital, a 21 year radiologist at RIMA, a proud member of Radiology Partners, a member of the Radiology Partners Advocacy Board, and President of Global Radiology CME, is honored to be named a semi finalist in the "2021 edition of the Minnies,'s campaign to recognize the best and brightest in medical imaging".

Author of an extensive online radiology teaching file produced by Global Radiology CME and followed in over 150 countries across the globe, Dr. Rice is well known for sharing his broad knowledge and extensive experience as a practicing radiologist. Dr. Rice has authored or co-authored over 200 radiology cases that can be accessed on the Global Radiology teaching file. As a testament to his broad knowledge base, Dr. Rice has authored cases in Breast Imaging, MSK Imaging, Body Imaging, Cardiac Imaging, Spine Imaging, Interventional Radiology, and Neuroradiology. This is Dr. Rice's second nomination for the prestigious award having been nominated and becoming a semifinalist for a Minnie in 2016.

Always looking for new challenges and opportunities for outreach, in 2020 Dr. Rice began a program of mentoring medical students interested in radiology residencies. In the inaugural year of his mentoring program all 6 of his medical students successfully matched in top radiology programs including Indiana University, Thomas Jefferson University, Vanderbilt, Amita Health, and Northwestern. The mentoring program was so successful Dr. Rice will be working with 12 medical students for the 2021 academic year. The only love that supersedes his passion for radiology is time spent with his family.

Radiology Match 2021 Mentees

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 the Minnie's seek to recognize the "Best and Brightest in Medical Imaging". Now in their 22th year, the Minnie 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 members and the winner will be selected by a panel of experts in the field through two rounds of voting.

Semifinalists for's 2021 Most Effective Radiology Educator: Dr. Ryan Avery, Northwestern University

Dr. Omer Awan, University of Maryland

Dr. Tessa Cook, PhD, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Carolynn DeBenedectis, University of Massachusetts

Dr. Christine Glastonbury, University of California, San Francisco

Dr. Paula Gordon, University of British Columbia

Dr. David Kim, University of Wisconsin

Dr. Nicholas Koontz, Indiana University

Dr. Christine Menias, Mayo Clinic Arizona

Dr. Rendon Nelson, Duke University

Dr. Alexander Norbash, University of California, San Diego

Dr. Reed Omary, Vanderbilt University

Dr. Amy Patel, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Dr. Victor Pizzitola, Mayo Clinic Arizona

Dr. Kevin Rice, Valley Presbyterian Hospital

Dr. Bradley Spieler, Louisiana State University

Dr. Richard Wiggins, University of Utah

Dr. Jeremy Wortman, Lahey Hospital & Medical Center

Dr. Stephanie Yen, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health

Dr. Greg Zaharchuk, Stanford University

Aunt Minnie - The Best of Radiology - Most effective radiology educator

Logo courtesy of Brian Casey, Editor in chief of

Dr. Rice is on Twitter @KevinRiceMD

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