COVID-19: The Radiology Perspective CME/CDE Webinar

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  • COVID-19: The Radiology Perspective

COVID-19: The Radiology Perspective
Thursday, April 9 | 7:00 PM PST
Presented by: Arthur Baghdanian, MD
Assistant Professor of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology
Keck School of Medicine University of Southern California (USC)

Dr. Arthur Baghdanian specializes in diagnostic and interventional radiology. He received his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University where he was inducted into the AOA medical honor society. He completed his Radiology residency at Boston University where he was awarded the resident researcher of the year by the Radiology Society of North America. Dr. Baghdanian was later awarded the Roentgen Ray Award for outstanding radiological research for both imaging and intervention in the acute care setting. He has had multiple peer reviewed publications as well as invited presentations at both the national and international meetings. Dr. Baghdanian went on to the University of California San Francisco where he completed subspecialty training in Abdominal Imaging and Intervention with a focus on the imaging and intervention of various abdominopelvic malignancies. After his fellowship year he was taken on as faculty at UCSF as an assistant professor. At this time he became the section leader in MRI imaging of pancreatic and renal transplantations. He also continued his role as an educator, teaching radiology anatomy at the UCSF Medical School as well as teaching radiology fellows non-invasive image guided interventional therapies. After a year at UCSF, Dr. Baghdanian was recruited to work at the University of Southern California as an Assistant Professor of Radiology. He is now the clerkship coordinator for the third year medical student clerkship in radiology and is excited to continue his research and role as educator in Southern California.

COVID-19: The Radiology Perspective
Armonde Baghdanian, MD, Contributory Author

Dr. Armonde Baghdanian received his MD degree from Jefferson Medical School in 2012 graduating with Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Society Honors. He completed his Radiology Residency at Boston University Medical Center where he received the Residency Research Award. He completed his Radiology fellowship in Abdominal Imaging and Interventions at the University of California, San Francisco. He was asked to join UCSF as an assistant professor of Radiology which he served for one year. After one year, he joined the University of Southern California Department of Radiology as faculty, where he currently practices diagnostic and body interventional radiology and also teaches medical students, residents, and fellows that attend USC. He is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology by the American Board of Radiology. He is currently the Radiology representative on the USC Cancer Committee that oversees cancer related clinical care for patients at the University and County hospitals. He is the director of Abdominal CT Imaging at USC LA County Hospital where he oversees both diagnostic and interventional procedures. Dr. Baghdanian has numerous peer reviewed scientific publications and presentations at conferences both nationally and internationally.

  • The Armenian American Medical Society is accredited by the Institute for Medical Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
  • The Armenian American Medical Society designates this webinar activity for a maximum of (2) hour AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activities. 
  • These credits may also be applied to the CMA Certification in Continuing Medical Education.
  • The Armenian American Medical Society is accredited by the Dental Board of California Registered Provider #5112 to provide continuing dental education. The Armenian American Medical Society designates this webinar activity for maximum of (2) hours of Continuing Dental Education. 

This series is complimentary and available to all. CME/CDE credits are available for AAMS members. For all others who would like CME/CDE credits please contact info@aamsc.org.

Webinar Information

Date: April 09, 2020

Time: 07:00 pm