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Top People to Watch in Radiology 2015


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Nominate the radiology professional or group that stand out from the crowd for doing something different and great, and you’ll be entered into a raffle to win a $100 gift card.

Nominations for the group category must be a group of practicing radiologists.

We’ll post the nominees for the “Top People to Watch in Radiology” and let our readers vote on who gets the honors. Nominees must be US-based. We’ll be accepting nominations through October 11, 2015.

Read full contest rules here.

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