LAUREL, MD - The Board of Governors of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) along with the AIUM Membership Committee, is proud to announce the 2022 class of AIUM Fellows.
“Each year the AIUM proudly recognizes ultrasound champions and advocates by naming its class of Fellows,” said AIUM CEO Glynis Harvey, CAE. “This year's class illustrates the diversity of ultrasound, with new Fellows from different countries, different specialities, and different areas of research."
The individuals achieving this designation have demonstrated their commitment to both the AIUM and to medical ultrasound. Individuals must be nominated, meet eligibility criteria, complete a detailed application, and secure letters of support. These materials are then reviewed and scored by the AIUM Membership Committee. Successful applications are forwarded to the AIUM Board of Governors for final approval.
The 2022 class of AIUM Fellows includes researchers, physicians, and educators from around the world and from the full spectrum of ultrasound specialties for their knowledge and skill as writers, speakers, reviewers, and/or leaders. They join a small and select group that encompasses the AIUM Fellows. In fact, less than 4% of AIUM members are Fellows, who are able to add FAIUM to their list of credentials.
The members of the 2022 class of AIUM Fellows are:
Robert L. Bard, MD, DABR, FASLMS, FAIUM
Greg Bashford, PhD, PEx, FAIUM
Dev Butani, MD, FAIUM
Orlando Catalano, MD, FAIUM
Marvin M. Doyley, PhD, FAIUM
Kecia Gaither, MD, MPH, FAIUM
Rob Goodman, MB, BChir, FAIUM
Robert (Bob) A. Jones, DO, FACEP, FAIUM
Tobias Kummer, MD, RDMS, FACEP, FAIUM
Madelene Lewis, MD, FAIUM
Irene Wai Yan Ma, MD, PhD, FACP, RDMS, RDCS, FAIUM
Paoletta Mirk, MD, FAIUM
Avice M. O'Connell, MD, MA, FACR, FSBI, FRCPI, FAIUM
Michael I. Prats, MD, FAIUM
Stan Lee Weiss, MDc, FAIUM
“The AIUM congratulates these individuals and looks forward to working closely with them to propel both the AIUM and medical ultrasound into the next decade,” added Harvey.
The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine is a multidisciplinary medical association of more than 9,000 physicians, sonographers, scientists, students, and other healthcare professionals. Established in the early 1950s, AIUM is dedicated to empowering and cultivating a global multidisciplinary community engaged in the use of medical ultrasound through raising awareness, education, sharing information, and research.