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Interview with Robert Novelline, MD, at RSNA 2011


CHICAGO - Radiology is still a great career, but students need to learn more about the opportunities and realities.

Robert Novelline, MD, Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School, and Director of Undergraduate Radiology Education at Massachsuetts General Hospital, has seen a lot of young and aspiring radiologists.

These days, he reports, many are mis-informed. They think radiology is becoming totally outsourced and obsolete. No so, he protests.

At RSNA 2011, he told Diagnostic Imaging that students simply need to be better informed about the possibilities. Radiology is still a great career, he insists, and no harder to be successful in than many other specialities.






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