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Roberto Kutcher - AIRP Neuroradiology Best Case

Roberto Kutcher-Diaz, MD, Radiology Resident, UMass Medical SchoolRadiology Resident Roberto Kutcher, MD attended the four week Radiologic Pathology Correlation Course  hosted by the American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP), February 10-March 7. Dr. Kutcher won the award Neuroradiology Best Case. Third year radiology residents from programs around the country traditionally attend the course, held five times a year in Silver Springs, Maryland. In order to attend, residents submit a case with radiographic and pathologic images in order to demonstrate the concordance between radiology and pathology.  Cases are then added to the AIRP archives.  A case from each category (MSK, GI, Neuro, Chest) is awarded as best case at each course. Best cases from February-March 2020 course.

Dr. Kutcher stated "I was fortunate to be awarded Neuroradiology Best Case during the February-March session. Eric Evan-Browning, MD, a third year Pathology Resident, assisted me in the case. I owe him a great debt for his excellent preparation of the pathology specimen."

The Four Week Radiologic Pathology Correlation Course presents a comprehensive review of radiologic imaging with emphasis on the principles of radiologic-pathologic correlation. Approximately 95 percent of U.S. radiology residents attend the course at some point during their training. Additionally, a large number of radiology residents and fellows from Canada, Spain, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Asia and South America regularly attend the course.