Donor Spotlights

Thank you to these contributors whose outstanding generosity to The Roentgen Fund® supports the future of radiology.

Philip Costello, MD

Donations to the Roentgen Fund play a critical role in the career development of young radiologists whose ideas will have a significant impact on the future of our specialty. It is a privilege to be part of an organization that values both education and research by supporting these individuals. I hope my continued donations play a small part in the success of their endeavors.

Mark S. Parker, MD

It is a privilege and honor to be a long-standing member of the American Roentgen Ray Society. The ARRS is the very first radiologic society that welcomed me to diagnostic radiology during my residency training. It is even more of a privilege to contribute to the same society that afforded me my very first lecture opportunity at a national meeting many years ago. I have always considered the ARRS to be "my personal and professional society". Cindy, my wife, and I are honored to support the Educational, Scientific and Research goals of the ARRS as our society continues its mission to advance excellence in medicine through radiologic imaging. We hope our contributions to the Roentgen Fund will afford young radiologists in-training and junior faculty the opportunities to positively shape the growth of our specialty for many years.

In memory of: My grandparents Benjamin and Evelyn Parker, Byron and Helen Costomiris

In honor of: David J. DiSantis, MD; one of the most inspirational teachers I have known 

Samir B. Patel, MD, CCD, FACR

The Roentgen Fund continues to provide great opportunities for radiologists. I am grateful to support these amazing educators in their journey to impact radiology and healthcare.

In honor of Dr. Jennifer C. Broder for her leadership and friendship.

Erik K. Paulson, MD

It’s an easy decision for me to give back to our society: The ARRS has provided an academic home and educational resource since I was a resident, and in 1997, I was fortunate to be selected to serve as an AJR Melvin M. Figley Fellow, which was a formative experience. My support is an expression of gratitude. 

David R. Pennes, MD, FACR

ARRS, AJR, and the Annual Meeting have always been my preferred source for the practical educational offerings and up-to-date information pertinent to the everyday needs of practicing radiologists. I support the Roentgen Fund because of its commitment to trainees and early career radiologists at a time in their careers when such support has the greatest need and biggest benefit.