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May 18, 2021

Voices of Mayo: Dr. Evelyn Carroll on her journey to becoming her authentic self as a transgender woman

By In the Loop In the Loop (@intheloop)

Evelyn Carroll, M.D., a resident in Radiology, shares her story of coming out as a transgender person to her colleagues and the magnitude of support she received from them. “Voices of Mayo” is a series that highlights Mayo staff and their stories, exploring their diverse backgrounds, the challenges they face, the opportunities they have been […]

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Tags: Dr. Annie Packard, Dr. Evelyn Carroll, Dr. John Knudsen, Dr. Katie N. Hunt, Radiology

February 5, 2019

Reaching the Peak After Month of Service in Nepal

By In the Loop In the Loop (@intheloop)

Mayo Clinic resident Christopher Czaplicki, M.D., won’t soon forget his time in Nepal, a trip that combined two of his loves: service and climbing.

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Tags: Dr. Christopher Czaplicki, Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Mayo International Health Program, Radiology

September 19, 2017

3-D Anatomical Models Help Surgeons Plan for Complex Procedures

By In the Loop In the Loop (@intheloop)

It sounds like science fiction, but instead it’s just plain science: Creating 3-D models of a patient’s anatomy is becoming more common when planning for complex surgeries.

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Tags: 3-D anatomical models, Dr. Jonathan Morris, Dr. Peter Rose, Radiology

April 14, 2015

Finding Big Meaning in the Little Things

By In the Loop In the Loop (@intheloop)

When Tasha Schuh talks about how “the little things in life” have helped to “truly bring meaning” to her life, there’s weight behind those words. Because she’s been through some truly big things. Tasha was a junior in high school in 1997 when, in a freak accident, she fell through an open trap door during […]

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Tags: Kevin Seisler, Radiology, Tasha Schuh

March 11, 2014

Mayo radiologists help care for patients in need a world away

By Elizabeth Harty Elizabeth Harty (@meharty)

It started during a cab ride last spring. On a two-week medical mission to southern Turkey, Mayo Clinic residents Allen Swanson, M.D., Waleed Brinjikji, M.D., and Paul Heideman, M.D., started thinking out loud. They’d been performing ultrasounds for Syrian refugees caught in that country’s civil war, which gave them a front-row seat to the benefits radiology services […]

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Tags: Allen Swanson, Michael Ringler, Paul Heideman, Radiology, Terri Vrtiska, Waleed Brinjikji

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