Professor McMillan Honored as Distinguished Investigator by the Academy for Radiology and Biomedical Imaging Research
In a recognition of contributions to the field of imaging research, Professor McMillan has been selected as a Distinguished Investigator by the Academy for Radiology and Biomedical Imaging Research. This prestigious accolade, presented at the annual Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting on November 28, 2023, underscores Professor McMillan’s achievements and sustained excellence in imaging research. Professor McMillan’s journey to this accolade is marked by his dedication to research. His work, which has been pivotal in advancing our understanding of MRI and PET imaging techniques, encompasses years of sustained productivity and innovative research. His leadership in major extramural research grants, alongside his publication record, showcases his commitment to enhancing imaging technologies and their application in disease detection and assessment.
The Distinguished Investigator Award, established in 2012, aims to acknowledging extraordinary levels of achievement in the realm of imaging research. It is not merely an acknowledgment of academic qualifications but a celebration of impactful accomplishments in this ever-evolving field. Open to all researchers affiliated with member institutions of the Academy, it spans across radiologists, physicians with a clinical focus on imaging, and medical imaging scientists. Nominations are rigorously vetted, emanating from academic department chairs, industry executives, or society executive directors, ensuring only the most deserving and accomplished receive this honor.
As a member of the Council of Distinguished Investigators, Professor McMillan will continue to play a vital role in shaping the future of imaging research.