Please join the TSA-STL 聖路易台灣學者協會 March seminar on Wednesday (March 8th) 5:30 pm. Our speaker is Lin, Michael MD, MS. He will present “Radiology – history, what we do, and what the layman should know”. Michael obtained his bachelor’s and MS degree from Northwestern University and his medical degree from Rush University. He completed his residency at University of Illinois at Chicago then join the Washington University faculty in 2009. He is an assistant professor of Radiology and specializes in Diagnostic Radiology. Below please see more detailed information for his presentation.
“I will touch upon the historical perspective of radiology, give a brief synopsis of the field of radiology, including what we do daily, the permutations of the field, some advanced imaging methods, and professional opportunities. Finally, I will dedicate the majority of my effort on highlighting some helpful knowledge to have for people outside of the radiology, including radiation safety and other considerations related to imaging.”
Speaker: Lin, Michael F. MD, MS Assistant Professor of Radiology, Division of Diagnostic Radiology Section
Title: Radiology – history, what we do, and what the layman should know
Time: March 8th (Wednesday) 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Place: Farrell Learning and Teaching Center (FLTC), room 201,,520 South Euclid Ave (near the corner of Euclid and McKinley Ave), Washington University School of Medicine
You can park in the 818 South Euclid, St. Louis, MO 63110 (at the corner of S. Euclid and Clayton); this free parking lot does not have a gate, and is open for anyone to park