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    By Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology

    A Chief Resident’s Day at RSNA

    Chelsea R. Samson, MD — a diagnostic radiology chief resident at MIR — attended RSNA for the first time, taking in what the annual meeting has to offer a budding trainee. “It’s like a reunion,” she says. “I think everyone has this common interest in innovation and learning, so it’s really motivating to be here.” Samson will remain at MIR for a fellowship in musculoskeletal imaging and intervention.

    MIR supporters

    At the resident competition
    MIR’s residency program
     Samson and Anup S. Shetty, MD
     Samson and Kaitlin M. Marquis, MD

    Clockwise from top: MIR supporters, including Jennifer E. Gould, MD, (middle) diagnostic radiology residency program director, watched from the audience as MIR’s team — which included Samson — competed in the third annual RSNA Diagnosis Live™️ Resident Competition. // MIR’s residency program was well represented at RSNA: (from left) diagnostic radiology residents Muhammad Naeem, MBBS, Jonathan H. Stein, MD, and Samson; integrated interventional radiology resident Abigail E. Mills, MD; and diagnostic radiology residents Anup K. Bhattacharya, MD, and Austin J. Cail, MD. // Samson (right) spent nearly a week at RSNA, allowing her to connect with colleagues from other institutions as well as fellow MIR residents like Kaitlin M. Marquis, MD (left). // Samson and Anup S. Shetty, MD, assistant professor of radiology and former MIR resident, reviewed his poster in RSNA’s Digital Presentation System. //  At the resident competition, the MIR team consisted of six 4th-year MIR residents. They competed against 14 other programs, diagnosing cases at a rapid pace in front of a crowd of onlookers.