Dig deeper into the yellow journal

In the AJR Insider series, the AJR Editor in Chief speaks with AJR Section Editors about current research trends and priorities, as well as tips for publishing in the yellow journal.

Q&A With Pediatric Section Editor, Dr Jonathan R. Dillman

Q&A With IR Section Editor, Dr Anne Covey

Q&A With GU Section Editor, Dr. Nick Schieda

AJR Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes was a free webinar series that provided an in-depth look into the inspiration, investigation, and influence of AJR publications.

Addressing Health Equity Through Imaging Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) holds the promise for patients to access new and individualized healthcare pathways, while increasing efficiencies for healthcare practitioners. Radiology has been at the forefront of this technology in medicine, with many radiology practices implementing and trialing AI-focused products. AI holds great promise to reduce health disparities and promote health equity. Radiology is ideally positioned to help reduce disparities given its central and critical role in patient management.

Host Swati Deshmukh, MD spoke with Melissa A. Davis, MD, MBA and Ryan K. Lee, MD, MBA to discuss the potential benefits and pitfalls of deploying AI algorithms in radiology, specifically highlighting the impact of AI on health equity, based on their recent article on the subject.




Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Screening Mammography Recovery after COVID-19

Host Swati Deshmukh, MD spoke with Constance D. Lehman, MD, PhD; Gary X. Wang, MD, PhD; and Leslie R. Lamb, MD, MSc from Massachusetts General Brigham in this special webinar discussing screening mammography recovery after COVID-19. In their recent AJR paper, Lehman et al. investigated associations of facility access and racial and ethnic screening disparities before and during the pandemic.




Radiology Reporting and Data Systems Featuring Victoria Chernyak, MD

In this episode, Swati Deshmukh, MD talked with Victoria Chernyak, MD, MS about her recent article on LI-RADS.




Minimally-Invasive Ultrasound and Women in Radiology with Sarah Kamel, MD

In our first episode, host Dr. Swati Deshmukh is joined by Dr. Sarah Kamel, first-author of two recent AJR publications: an original research study on minimally invasive ultrasound guided carpal tunnel release and an AAWR society-endorsed statement regarding establishing a Women in Radiology group.