From April 26-29, the radiologists from across Canada headed to Montreal for the CAR 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting. The theme Artificial Intelligence in Radiology: Present and Future was a great success and drew people to the meeting in record numbers. There were more than 560 participants, including a significant increase in the number of trainees who were able to attend. Read More
The following educational exhibits and research projects were honoured at the CAR 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting in Montreal. Congratulations to all of the deserving research teams on their incredible work! Read More
CAR 2018 was Canada's first specialty conference whose theme was centered around Artificial Intelligence (AI). The meeting addressed various topics that are central to the radiology profession, such as emerging technologies, their application into current workflows, and how CAR members can harness the power of AI to improve patient outcomes.
The Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR) is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s prestigious CAR Gold Medal Award, the CAR Distinguished Career Achievement Award, and the CAR Young Investigator Award. These awards recognize CAR members who have distinguished themselves as leaders and innovators in radiology, demonstrating exemplary practice in their work and service to the profession of radiology. Read More
The CAR Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) attracts nearly 500 participants every year from across Canada and the globe to network, learn, present, inspire and be recognized among peers. CAR 2018 will be our most innovative and technologically-driven meeting ever. Here are the top 5 reasons to attend: Read More
Dr. Jaremko is an Associate Professor in the Department of Radiology & Diagnostic Imaging in the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Alberta. He is a graduate of the University of Calgary where he competed a B.Sc. in Engineering (1996) and a combined MD- PhD (2003). Following his training in Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Alberta (2008), he took the unusual step of pursuing two separate and independent fellowships at prestigious institutions in Pediatric Radiology at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne Australia (2010) and in Musculoskeletal Radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University (2011). Read More
The Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR) is pleased to present the 2018 CAR Distinguished Career Achievement Award to Dr. Mayank Goyal for his outstanding contributions to clinical research in acute stroke triage, diagnosis and endovascular therapy. Read More
The Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR) is very proud to present the 2018 CAR Gold Medal Award to Dr. Lawrence Stein. He is recognized as a leader by his peers by virtue of his long and successful career in academia, teaching, and his outstanding contributions to the advancement of radiology as a specialty. Read More
Being a national specialty association allows the CAR to hear requests from radiologists in practice as well as medical imaging vendors. In multilateral conversations among the three groups — radiologists, industry and trade association — a recurring theme is dominating the exchange of ideas; that of getting the voices heard among hospitals, radiology departments, provincial governments and industry vendors to name a few, with the goal of improving imaging care for everyone. Read More
Artificial Intelligence in Radiology-Present and Future is the theme for CAR 2018, or more formally known as the 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting of the Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR).
Over four days in Montreal, radiologists, residents and industry partners from across North America will share their work, network, and socialize against a backdrop of topics that demonstrate how imaging is harnessing the power of technologies such as deep learning and artificial intelligence.
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