ARRS Roentgen Fund Grants Clinician Educator Development Awards to 30 Radiologists 

Leesburg, VA, March 14, 2024—The American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) proudly announces the latest recipients of the ARRS Clinician Educator Development Program for radiologists. The Clinician Educator Development Program Class of 2024 includes the following 30 clinical educators of medical imaging, selected from a competitive field of applicants, who have collectively received more than $40,000 in grant funding from ARRS’ own The Roentgen Fund:

Sandra Abi Fadel, MD

Kara Alexander, MD

Yashant Aswani, MBBS, MD

Claire Brookmeyer, MD

Joseph Cavallo, MD

Tiffany Chan, MD

Amy Chen, MD

Alyssa Cubbison, DO

Brooke Devenney, MD

Marco Ertreo, MD

Michael George, MD, MFA

Mohammad Ghasemi-Rad, MD

Evguenia Jane Karimova, MD

Michael Kwofie, MD

Edward Lawrence, MD

Brielle Paolini, MD, PhD

Richa Patel, MD

Karen Rodriguez, MD

Asha Sarma, MD

Bindu Setty, MD

Monisha Shetty, MD

Mohammad Shujaat, MD

Elainea Smith, MD

James Stepenosky, DO

Hugo Tames, MD

Sara Tedla, MD

Jooae Choe, MD

Silvina De Luca, MD

Mayra Soares, MD

Patricia Wu, MD

This year’s Clinician Educator Development Program intensive will be held on Saturday, May 4, 2024, during the 124th ARRS Annual Meeting in Boston, MA.

Each year, ARRS Clinician Educator Development Program recipients are selected to receive a travel grant to attend a specialized workshop during the ARRS Annual Meeting. With a curriculum offering increased proficiency in teaching skills, as well as educational activity design, the ARRS Clinician Educator Development Program remains a highly interactive day of learning. Focusing on new and emerging pedagogical tools, while improving already acquired clinical acumen, over half of this expertly curated syllabus consists of hands-on learning.

Since 1990, The Roentgen Fund has granted millions of dollars to hundreds of imaging professionals for both research pursuits and professional development. Today, through six vital scholarship and fellowship programs, the generosity of The Roentgen Fund’s donors is channeled to every corner of the globe—establishing dual foundations in innovation and leadership for a true diversity of radiology’s next generation.

Chairpersons and directors at medical schools, affiliated hospitals, and clinical research institutions are invited to nominate two candidates per institution for the ARRS Clinician Educator Development Program. For full details, please visit

North America’s first radiological society, the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) remains dedicated to the advancement of medicine through the profession of medical imaging and its allied sciences. An international forum for progress in radiology since the discovery of the x-ray, ARRS maintains its mission of improving health through a community committed to advancing knowledge and skills with the ARRS Annual Meeting, the world’s longest continuously published radiology journal—American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR)—InPractice magazine, ARRS Symposia, free-access multimedia from our Global Partner Societies, as well as awarding scholarships via The Roentgen Fund®.


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