Dr. Harriet Paltiel, MD, FAIUM
Board Certification   
Diagnostic Radiology - Pediatric Radiology, Diagnostic Radiology
Current Professional Affiliation
Radiologist, Boston Children’s Hospital
Associate Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School
(23 years)
Participation in AIUM Committee Work
Advisory Editorial Board, Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine (2006-2016), Pediatrics Section Editor (2016-)
Clinical Standards Committee (1999-2004)
Scientific Abstract Selection Committee (2002, 2003, 2006-present)
Public Education and Resource Committee (2005-2008)
Continuing Medical Education Committee (2013-present)
Elective Offices
Secretary, Pediatric Ultrasound Community (2005-2007)
Vice-Chair, Pediatric Ultrasound Community (2007-2009)
Chair, Pediatric Ultrasound Community (2009-2011)
Fellow (2003)
Contributions as a Faculty Member at AIUM Meetings
Participation in numerous categorical courses, preconvention courses, just images, meet-the-professor, special interest sessions and film panels (1995-present).
Scientific abstract reviewer (1995-present).
Course Director (2010, 2011)
Primary Area(s) of Ultrasound Experience
Pediatrics
Publications
60 peer-reviewed publications
23 chapters/reviews
Editor, Pediatric Ultrasound, Ultrasound Clinics (July 2013)
Affiliations and Positions with Other Professional Societies
Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound: President-Elect (2016-2017)
Society for Pediatric Radiology: Chair, Ultrasound Committee (2004-2007); Member, Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Task Force (2011-present); Editorial Board, Pediatric Radiology (2014-present)
Radiological Society of North America: Associate Editor, Radiology (2015-present)
American College of Radiology: Member, Continuous Professional Improvement (CPI) Pediatric Radiology Panel (2005-2014), CPI Ultrasonography Panel (2010-present); Committee On Practice Parameters – Ultrasound (2014-present); ACR Commission on Ultrasound (2015-present)
American Roentgen Ray Society: CME Review Subcommittee (2008-2011)
What are your Goals for the AIUM?
The AIUM should continue to foster dialogue and collaboration between all clinicians and scientists involved in the medical applications of ultrasound in order to optimize patient care through high quality educational and scientific offerings as well as continual development and refinement of training guidelines and practice parameters.