Posts From Glenn Miñano

Here we are again, bringing new blood into our Radiology family. We have four new technologists joining our ranks. Three will be stationed at our Liberty Campus while one will be working in our Ultrasound Division at the Burnet Campus. › Continue Reading

In the summer of 2017, I moved to Cincinnati from New Jersey to start my pediatric radiology fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s. Although the year was intensive, I woke up each morning excited knowing that I was gaining invaluable knowledge and › Continue Reading

Congratulations to the entire IRC team for coming out to rock your ride and support heart health and stroke awareness! Last Thursday night’s CycleNation fundraising event was for helping our community take control of brain and heart health.  Contributions by › Continue Reading

The Safety Award is given each quarter to the Radiology employee who receives the most safety-related Above and Beyond awards. Our Above and Beyond is an online system that we use to nominate/recognize employees who have gone above and beyond in their normal working › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s, like all major institutions, has its own IT department. Here it’s called “IS” for Information Services. Our Radiology Department also has its own IT division called Radiology Informatics. Akhil Dhamija has set a milestone in our department as › Continue Reading

When a sick child presents to a clinic or emergency department, the doctors and nurses begin collecting information about the patient to formulate a differential diagnosis, which is a list of reasonable possibilities for what could be causing the patient’s › Continue Reading

When we think of an ultrasound exam, it is usually in relation to pregnancy. The exam can let us see the fetus in the mother’s womb, giving us a look at possible birth defects, the sex of the child, if › Continue Reading

We have three new employees joining our Radiology team: two new ultrasound technologists and one anesthesia nurse. Hello, my name is Alexandra Harrell, but you can call me Alex. I am from Kettering, Ohio. I graduated from Kettering College with › Continue Reading

On September 13, we celebrated a momentous occasion in Radiology: the 37th year that our very own ultrasound technologist, Lori Muench, had been a Cincinnati Children’s employee.  While it’s not rare for many Cincinnati Children’s employees to be long-term staff with › Continue Reading

As stated in Part 1 of “Why are Sounds Generated by the MRI Scanner,” our Radiology MRI scanners can be described as one big superconducting magnet. Electricity is sent through the copper coils of the machine, which makes the coils › Continue Reading

Hi, I’m Natalie Schroeder and I am the new hire in MRI. I am from a small town in Northwest Ohio called Glandorf, which is about an hour south of Toledo in the middle of cornfields. I recently graduated from › Continue Reading

Our MRI machines at the Cincinnati Children’s Radiology Department are most simply described as one big superconducting magnet. Inside the magnet are copper coils that conduct the electricity, making it an electromagnet. As the MRI technologist begins the scan, rapid › Continue Reading

This was another productive year for research in the Department of Radiology, with more than 100 publications and close to 30 grant applications, many of them successful. In the last quarter alone, Radiology primary investigators have secured more than $2.6M › Continue Reading

The final member of our 2020 Radiology Fellowship Class is Dr. Felipe Gabriel Rodriquez Ruiz. Dr. Ruiz comes to us from Caguas, Puerto Rico. Caguas was founded January 1st, 1775. Originally called San Sebastián del Piñal de Caguax, Caguas derives › Continue Reading

It’s good to be recognized. This month, two of our Imaging Research Center (IRC) faculty, Dr. Jason Woods and Dr. Laura Walkup, were honored to make the front cover of the Annals of the American Thoracic Society. The IRC is › Continue Reading

The Center for Pulmonary Imaging Research (CPIR) is a multi-disciplinary team of researchers and clinicians from Pulmonary Medicine, Radiology, and the Imaging Research Center (IRC). The CPIR, directed by Jason Woods, PhD, was launched in 2013 to conduct collaborative research focused › Continue Reading

Today we visit the MRI Division, in the Radiology Department of Cincinnati Children’s. Our host will be Miss Audrey Bryant, (SPEC TECH-MRI). Audrey has been working in the department for a few years now. She will be our tour guide › Continue Reading

Quick Facts: MRI

As stated in our Cincinnati Children’s Radiology website, MRI is a way to take pictures of the body using a large powerful magnet, radio waves and a computer. The computer generates detailed pictures of your body and each picture looks › Continue Reading

The Cincinnati Children’s employee appreciation events this year were a huge hit with three days of Reds games, giveaways and concessions. For one of our Radiology staff, the ballgame on Sunday, July 21, was the choir highlight of her whole › Continue Reading

Here is the second half of our Radiology Clinical Fellows, Class of 2020. Dr. Joshua “Josh” Wermers comes to us from Aurora, Colorado. He attended medical school at Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Parker, Colorado, and completed › Continue Reading

We have seven new Radiology Clinical Fellows this year. I can still remember our former 2019 Fellows; the year does goes by fast when you’re working hard and enjoying your work at the same time. Let’s begin with our first › Continue Reading

Please welcome our two new Radiography/Fluoroscopy Technologists, Courtney Beck and Nicole Moorman. Both started work in our Radiology Department this July. “Hello! My name is Courtney Beck. I am originally from Minster, Ohio. I went to school for radiology at Sinclair Community College in › Continue Reading

Welcome, Myra Saeed!

Cincinnati Children’s offers a one-year Administrative Fellowship program, which offers participants the opportunity to develop an understanding of the administration and operations of a leading pediatric medical center, as well as practical experience relevant to a fellow’s field of study/work. › Continue Reading

The Cares Crusader Award is given to the ASR that consistently demonstrates the Care Promise behaviors in their daily words and actions – Makes a Difference, Work as a Team, Respect Everyone & Tell the Truth. Mikayla was recognized by › Continue Reading

Two new employees have joined our ranks. Please welcome Emily Augustin and Kevin Quinn. Emily is our new reading room assistant and Kevin is our new Radiology practitioner assistant. Hello! My name is Emily Augustin. I was born and raised › Continue Reading