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KEN L SCHREIBMAN, PhD/MD

  1. 1. www.schreibman.info page 1 of 15 updated 2/22/06 KEN L SCHREIBMAN, PhD/MD ADDRESS: University of Wisconsin, Department of Radiology, E3/311 CSC 600 Highland Avenue, Madison, WI 53792-3252 Voice Mail: (608) 262-9385 Fax: (608) 263-0876 e-Fax: (530) 660-5049 e-mail: klschreibman@wisc.edu web: www.schreibman.info EDUCATION: 1978 - 1982 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 1982 B.S. Mechanical Engineering 1982 - 1991 Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH Combined PhD/MD student, under Medical Scientist Training Program, Funded by National Institutes of Health 1987 M.S. Department of Biomedical Engineering 1989 Ph.D. Department of Biomedical Engineering 1991 M.D. School of Medicine CLINICAL TRAINING: 1991 - 1995 Resident, Diagnostic Radiology University of Chicago Hospital, Chicago, IL 1995 - 1996 Fellow, Musculoskeletal Imaging Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology Barnes Hospital, Washington University, St. Louis, MO CERTIFICATION: 1995 American Board of Radiology LICENSURE: Active: Wisconsin, Illinois (Inactive: Missouri, Mississippi) PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: 1996 - 2000 Assistant Professor, Radiology (Musculoskeletal Imaging) with Joint Appointments in Depts. of Radiology & Orthopedic Surgery University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS 2000 - 2002 Assistant Professor, Radiology (Musculoskeletal Division) University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 2002 - present Associate Professor, Radiology (Musculoskeletal Division) University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 2003 - present Chief, Musculoskeletal CT University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI NATIONAL COMMITTEES: 2004 – 2007 ARRS Scientific Program Subcommittee 2004 & 2005 – Responsible for reviewing abstracts for the national meeting. 2006 – Chair, responsible for organizing the MSK scientific sessions. 2005 – present Reviewer: American Journal of Roentgenology (for articles dealing with PowerPoint and Computers)
  2. 2. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 2 of 15 updated 2/22/06 UW MEDIAL SCHOOL COMMITTEES: 2003 – Present CHS Promotion Committee 2003-04 – Committee Member 2004-05 – Vice-Chair 2005-06 – Chair 2006-07 – Vice-Chair UW RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENT SERVICE: 2000 – present Education Committee 2000 – 2005 Informatics Committee Oct 2001 Volunteered as physician member of medical malpractice mediation panel. 2003 – present Director, UW Radiology Grand Rounds 2003 – present Director, Physician Assistant Student Radiology Course (PHY ASST 750-421) 2005 – present Director, UW Radiology Web Development AWARDS: 1980 Outstanding Academic Achievement in Mechanical Engineering MIT Mechanical Engineering Department 1981 Eloranta Summer Fellowship MIT & The Polaroid Corporation 1981 Pi Tau Sigma (National Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity) 1981 Tau Beta Pi (National Engineering Honor Society) 1986 First Place, Case Western Reserve Univ Biomedical Engineering Research Day "A Model for Ventricular Tachycardia: Coronary Occlusion/Reperfusion" 1986 Haas Research Fellowship, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Cleveland OH 1987 Haas Research Fellowship, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Cleveland OH 1989 Research Fellowship, Eli Lilly & Company 1990 Letter of Commendation for Academic Excellence Dean of Graduate Studies, Case Western University 1991 AOA Award for Superior Achievement and Excellence of Performance in Student Research, Case Western University 2002 Teacher of the Year, Department of Radiology, University of Wisconsin-Madison Chosen by the UW Radiology Residents 2002 RSNA Exhibit Certificate of Merit RSNA 88th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL MEMBERSHIPS: American College of Radiology American Roentgen Ray Society Association of University Radiologists Alliance of Medical Student Educators in Radiology Radiological Society of North America Society of Skeletal Radiology Southern Radiological Society 2002 Meeting Coordinator 2003 President Elect 2004 President
  3. 3. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 3 of 15 updated 2/22/06 INVITED LECTURES: RADIOLOGY RELATED TOPICS International Meetings & Courses: 1) Apr 2002 – São Paulo Radiologic Society Meeting, São Paulo, Brazil Presented 6 lectures on the topics “Advanced Ankle Imaging” and “CT of Wrist and Forearm Trauma” Audience: Radiologists from throughout Latin America (This is the largest annual meeting in Latin America) 2) Oct 2002 – Radiology Review Course, Madrid, Spain Presented 4 lectures on “Foot and Ankle Imaging” Audience: Radiologists and Residents from throughout Spain 3) Apr 2005 – Presented a total of 20 lectures over 7 days in Sri Lanka. I was selected to serve as a representative of the International Visiting Professor Program, sponsored by the Committee on International Relations and Education, under the auspices of the Radiology Society of North America. 4/1/05 - Sri Lanka College of Radiologists Audience: Radiologists from throughout Sri Lanka I presented 2 lectures on Bone Tumors 4/2/05 – Asian Musculoskeletal Society Audience: Radiologists from throughout Asia I presented 3 lectures on Foot and Ankle Imaging 4/4-5/06 - Training Hospital in Kandi, Sri Lanka Audience: Radiology “Trainees” (i.e. Residents) I presented 6 lectures, including showing “unknows cases” 4/7/06 - Training Hospital in Columbo, Sri Lanka Audience: Radiology “Trainees” (i.e. Residents) I presented 9 lectures covering many aspects of joint imaging National Meetings & Courses: 1) Apr 2001 – American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA “MR of the Ankle Tendons” Audience: This was part of a week-long Categorical Course on Musculoskeletal Imaging, attending by over 1,000 radiologists from throughout the world. 2) Mar 2002 – American Society of Emergency Radiology Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL “CT of Ankle Trauma” Audience: Radiologists who specialize in Emergency Radiology 3) Mar 2002 – “Orthopedic Radiology” (sponsored by Harvard Med. Center) Boston, MA I presented 3 lectures: “Ankle CT”, “Ankle MR”, “Principles of MRI” Audience: Orthopedic Surgeons and General Radiologists 4) Apr 2002 – “Skeletal Radiology 2002” (sponsored by Allegheny Hosp.) Phoenix, AZ 4 lectures: “Ankle CT”, “Ankle MR”, “Easily Missed Fractures”, “The Great Toe” Audience: General Radiologists
  4. 4. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 4 of 15 updated 2/22/06 5) May 2003 – American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA Instructional Course: “CT & MR of the Ankle & Foot” Audience: General Radiologists 6) May 2003 – American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA Moderator: Foot & Ankle Scientific Session Audience: General Radiologists 7) Dec 2003 – Radiologic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL Poster: “Ankle Tenography” 8) Apr 2004 –Rocky Mountain University, Provo, UT “Joint Imaging: A Comprehensive Overview” 9 hours of lectures in 1 day Audience: This is a group of 8 Physical Therapists and Athletic Trainers (some are in academics, some have their own practices), all working towards their doctorates, who meet for one week every three months and receive intensive lectures from faculty in assorted fields. I am now serving as the Faculty Radiologist for RMU. 9) May 2004 – American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, FL Instructional Course: “State of the Art Musculoskeletal CT” Audience: General Radiologists 10)May 2004 – American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, FL Instructional Course: “CT & MR of the Ankle & Foot” Audience: General Radiologists (>500 pre-registered to attend this session) 11)Nov 2004 – “Musculoskeletal Imaging: A Practical Review”, Naples, FL 4 lectures: “Ankle CT”, “Ankle MR”, “Easily Missed Fractures”, “The Great Toe” Audience: General Radiologists 12)Dec 2004 – Radiology Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL Moderated Electronic Education Exhibit Presentations 13)Jan 2005 –Rocky Mountain University, Provo, UT “Joint Imaging: A Comprehensive Overview” 9 hours of lectures in 1 day. 14)May 2005 – American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA Instructional Course: “State of the Art Musculoskeletal CT” Audience: General Radiologists 15)May 2005 – American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA Gave the Keynote talk: “Lisfranc and Sir Robert Jones” Audience: General Radiologists 16)May 2005 – American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA Moderated Scientific Session on Foot & Ankle Audience: General Radiologists 17)May 2005 – American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA Instructional Course: “Wrist Imaging: Smooth Curves, Parallel Curves”
  5. 5. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 5 of 15 updated 2/22/06 Audience: General Radiologists (This session was attended by an estimated 1,000 radiologists) 18)Feb 2006 – UW Radiology Course, Big Sky, MT 4 lectures: “Ankle CT”, “Ankle MR”, “Easily Missed Fractures”, “The Great Toe” Audience: General Radiologists 19)May 2006 – American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC Gave the Keynote talk: “Achilles: The demigod” Audience: General Radiologists 20)May 2006 – American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC Moderated Scientific Session on Small Joints Audience: General Radiologists 21)May 2006 – American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC Instructional Course: “Wrist Imaging: A Practical Approach” Audience: General Radiologists
  6. 6. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 6 of 15 updated 2/22/06 Visiting Professorships/Invited Grand Rounds Speaker 1) Apr 2001 – Michigan State University, Lansing, MI “Coning Down on the Toes” & “CT & MR of the Foot & Ankle” Audience: Area Radiologists and Residents 2) Oct 2001 – Gundersen Lutheran Clinic, LaCrosse, WI “3D & CT Anatomy Foot & Ankle” & “Easily Missed Fractures” Audience: Gundersen Clinical Staff, Sports Conference Attendees 3) May 2002 – Kansas Radiology Society, Wichita, KS “CT & MR of the Foot & Ankle”, and a Board Review session Audience: Area Radiologists and Residents 4) Mar 2003 – Gundersen Lutheran Clinic, LaCrosse, WI “Wrist Trauma” & “Ankle Trauma” Audience: Gundersen Clinical Staff, Sports Conference Attendees 5) May 2003 – Case Western Reserve University & Cleveland Radiology Society Cleveland OH “CT & MR of the Foot & Ankle” Audience: Area Radiologists and Residents 6) Nov 2003 – Northwestern University, Chicago, IL “Famous Feet”, and a Board Review session Audience: Radiology Residents 7) Aug 2004 – Bluegrass Radiology Society, Lexington, KY “MR of the Ankle Tendons” Audience: Area Radiologists and Residents 8) Aug 2004 – University of Kentucky Radiology Grand Rounds, Lexington, KY “CT of the Tarsal Bones” Audience: UK Radiology Residents 9) Oct 2004 – Dallas Radiology Society, Dallas, TX “Famous Feet” Audience: Area Radiologists and Residents 10)Oct 2004 – University of Texas Radiology Grand Rounds, Dallas, TX “CT of the Tarsal Bones” Audience: UT Radiology Residents 11)Oct 2004 – Grand Rounds 1 South Park, Madison, WI “Wrist Imaging” Audience: General Medicine Staff
  7. 7. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 7 of 15 updated 2/22/06 Regional Lectures - Southern Region: Southern Radiological Conference, Point Clear, AL Audience: Private Practice and Academic Radiologists and Residents 1) Jan 1998 – “Ankle Tenography: A therapeutic imaging modality” 2) Jan 1999 – “Ankle MRI: A guide for the non-musculoskeletal radiologist” 3) Jan 2000 – “Sir Robert Jones and Base of the 5th Metatarsal” 4) Jan 2001 – “The Great Toe” 5) Jan 2002 – “Famous Feet” Marshall Eskridge Memorial Lecture 6) Jan 2003 – “Elbow Trauma” 7) Jan 2003 – “Ankle Tenography - revisited” 8) Jan 2004 – “CT & MR of the Ankle & Foot” 9) Jan 2005 – “PowerPoint Magic” Invited member, Film Panel of Experts, 1999, 2002, 2003. 10)Aug 1997 – “A Virtual Tour of the Radiology Department”, University of Mississippi Law School Sponsored Seminar on Medical Malpractice, Jackson, MS Audience: Malpractice Attorneys 11)Aug 1998 – “The Radiologist’s Toolbox”, University of Mississippi Law School Sponsored Seminar on Medical Malpractice, Jackson, MS Audience: Malpractice Attorneys 12)Feb 1999 – “Diagnostic Radiology Review Course”, University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN I presented 3 lectures: “CT of the Tarsal Bones”, “MR of the Ankle Tendons”, “Ankle MR: Beyond Tom, Dick, & Harry” Audience: General Radiologists and Residents 13)Mar 2000 – “Diagnostic Radiology Review Course”, University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN I presented 4 lectures: “CT of the Tarsal Bones”, “MR of the Ankle Tendons”, “Ankle MR: Beyond Tom, Dick, & Harry”, “Sir Robert Jones” Audience: General Radiologists and Residents Regional Lectures - Midwest Region: UW Annual CT Conference, Concourse Hotel, Madison, WI Audience: Predominantly Radiology Technologists from throughout the Midwest 14)Apr 2000 – “Ankle CT” 15)Mar 2001 – “Wrist CT” 16)Mar 2001 – “Pelvic CT” (content by Kirk Davis) 17)Apr 2002 – “Ankle CT” 18)Apr 2002 – “Principles for MRI for CT Technologists” 19)Mar 2003 – “Knee CT” 20)Mar 2003 – “The Internet and You” 21)Mar 2004 – “Pelvic CT” (new 3D material, plus magic tricks) 22)Apr 2005 – “Wrist CT: My New Multi-Media Talk” (plus optical illusions) 23)Apr 2006 – “How to Slice Up a Foot” (plus “PowerPoint Magic”) 24)Oct 2000 – State Podiatry Society Meeting, Madison, WI I presented 4 lectures: “Understanding MRI”, “MR of the Ankle Tendons”,
  8. 8. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 8 of 15 updated 2/22/06 “Ankle Tenography”, “Sir Robert Jones” Audience: Podiatrists from throughout the State 25)Apr 2001 – Wisconsin Athletic Trainers Association (WATA), Manona Terrace Madison WI “Sir Robert Jones and the Jones Fracture” Audience: Athletic Trainers from throughout the State 26)Oct 2001 – State Podiatry Society Meeting, Madison, WI “Ankle CT” & “Six Easily Missed Fractures of the Foot” Audience: Podiatrists from throughout the State 27)Nov 2001 – “Can You Say Radiologist?”, Mrs. Pauly's K4 Class, Madison, WI Audience: 25 4-year-olds 28)May 2004 – Wisconsin Nurses Association Annual Course, Delavan, WI “Knee Imaging” Audience: Nurses of varying backgrounds from throughout the state. 29)May 2004 – Wisconsin Nurses Association Annual Course, Delavan, WI “Ankle Imaging” Audience: Nurses of varying backgrounds from throughout the state. 30)Oct 2004 – State Podiatry Society Meeting, Madison, WI “Easily Missed Fractures of the Foot” Audience: Podiatrists from throughout the State 31)Apr 2005 – Wisconsin Nurses Association Annual Course, Dells, WI “Imaging the Upper Extremity from Shoulder to Fingers” (2.5 hours) Audience: Nurses of varying backgrounds from throughout the state. 32)Apr 2005 – Wisconsin Nurses Association Annual Course, Dells, WI “MRI: From Head to Toe” (2.5 hours) Audience: Nurses of varying backgrounds from throughout the state. 33)May 2005 – UW Annual Sports Medicine Symposium, Madison, WI “Fractures in the Skeletally Immature Athlete” Audience: Athletic Trainers and General Medicine physician from throughout the state. 34)Mar 2006 – Great Lakes Athletic Trainers Association, Madison, WI “MRI for Non-Radiologists” Audience: Athletic Trainers for throughout the Midwest. 35)May 2006 – UW Annual Sports Medicine Symposium, Madison, WI “The Wrist” Audience: Athletic Trainers and General Medicine physician from throughout the state.
  9. 9. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 9 of 15 updated 2/22/06 Lectures Recurrently Presented within the UW Radiology Department: I present conferences within the Radiology Dept annually or biannually on these topics: Audience: Radiology Residents 1) “Principles of MRI” 2) “The Language of Fractures 3) “CT of the Tarsal Bones” 4) “Easily Missed Fractures of the Ankle & Foot” 5) “Elbow & Forearm Fractures” 6) “Wrist Fractures” 7) “MR of the Ankle Tendons” 8) “Osteomyelitis: Always a Diagnostic Dilemma” 9) “Arthritis: My Simple Minded Approach” 10)“Mock Boards” In the Spring of 2003 I was given the opportunity to redesign the Radiology lecture series for the Physician Assistant Students. Since then I have been responsible for coordinating a series of 20 lectures given by UW Radiology Faculty members every spring. I personally lecture to the PA students on the following topics: Audience: 30-35 Physician Assistant Students 11)“Safety in the Radiology Department: Contrast Reactions & Radiation” 12)“Safety in the Radiology Department: MRI Safety” 13)“Arthritis: My Simple Minded Approach” 14)“Knee Imaging” 15)“Ankle Imaging” 16)“Shoulder & Elbow Imaging” 17)“Wrist Imaging” 18)“Osteomyelitis: Always a Diagnostic Challenge” 19+...)2002 – present (every 2 weeks) “Safety in the Radiology Department” Audience: 2-10 3rd & 4th Year Medical Students I give this 90-minute talk as part of the lecture series for Medical Students taking their required two-week Radiology Rotation. (I give this lecture at least 20 times a year.) I have tried to arrange my academic schedule so I can give them this introductory lecture on the first day of their rotation. This lecture covers basic radiographic principles, as well as safety issues, particularly MRI safety.
  10. 10. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 10 of 15 updated 2/22/06 Lectures Recurrently Presented outside of the UW Radiology Department: UW Orthopedics Surgery Grand Rounds Audience: Orthopedic Surgery Faculty and Residents 1) Mar 2001 – “Ankle Anatomy & CT” 2) Jul 2002 – “Principles of MRI” 3) Mar 2003 – “Osteomyelitis” 4) Feb 2004 – “Easily Missed Foot Fractures” UW Sports Medicine Grand Rounds Audience: Sports Medicine Faculty, Fellows, Residents, and Athletic Trainers 5) Oct 2000 – “Ankle Tendon MR” 6) Nov 2001 – “Ankle Imaging” 7) Nov 2002 – “Ankle Tendon MR” 8) Aug 2003 – “Principles of MRI” 9) Feb 2004 – “Easily Missed Foot Fractures” 10)Sep 2004 – “Ankle Tendon MR” 11)Oct 2005 – “CT of the Tarsals” & “Easily Missed Fractures” UW Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds Audience: Plastic Surgery Faculty, Fellows, and Residents 12)Apr 2001 – “Wrist CT” 13)Jul 2001 – “Wrist Trauma” & “Wrist MRI” 14)May 2002 – “Osteomyelitis” 15)Sep 2002 – “Wrist Imaging” 16)Nov 2003 – “Wrist Imaging” 17)Oct 2004 – “Wrist Imaging” 18)Oct 2005 – “My New Multi-Media Wrist Talk” 19)Apr 2001 – UW BME Weekly Seminar “The Radiologist’s Toolbox” Audience: Biomedical Engineering Students and Faculty 20)Apr 2001 – UW History of Medicine Lecture Series “Famous Feet” Audience: This was open to the UW Community UW Kinesthesiology Class Audience: UW Undergraduate Students studying Athletic Training & Kinesthesiology 21)Feb 2002 – “Knee Imaging” 22)Sept 2005 – “Wrist Imaging” 23)Dec 2005 – “Elbow Trauma” 24)Mar 2006 – “Principles of MRI” 25)Apr 2006 – “Knee Imaging”
  11. 11. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 11 of 15 updated 2/22/06 INVITED LECTURES: POWERPOINT RELATED TOPICS National Meetings & Courses: 1) Feb 2001 – Society of Skeletal Radiology Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ “Taking PowerPoint to the Next Level” Audience: Radiologists who specialize in Musculoskeletal Imaging 2) May 2001 – Association University Radiologists Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada “Dynamic 3D Anatomic Illustrations” Audience: Academic Radiologists 3) May 2001 – Association University Radiologists Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada AMSER Electronic Teaching Fair “Hyper-linking PowerPoint teaching modules” Audience: Academic Radiologists 4) Apr 2002 – Association University Radiologists Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ “Intermediate level workshop on PowerPoint techniques” Audience: Academic Radiologists 5) Apr 2002 – Association University Radiologists Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ “Advanced level workshop on PowerPoint techniques” Audience: Academic Radiologists 6) Dec 2002 – Radiologic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL InfoRAD Exhibit: “Using PowerPoint drawing elements to simulate anatomy” Certificate of Merit award. 7) Apr 2003 – Association University Radiologists Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, FL “Getting images and movies into PowerPoint” Audience: Academic Radiologists 8) Apr 2003 – Association University Radiologists Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, FL AMSER Electronic Teaching Fair “Using PowerPoint to illustrate anatomy” Audience: Academic Radiologists 9) Sept 2003 – RSNA Faculty Development Workshop, Oak Brook, IL “Illustrating Anatomy with PowerPoint” Audience: Radiology Faculty, already established as speakers, invited by the RSNA to improve their presentation skills. 10)Dec 2003 – Radiologic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL “Basic PowerPoint Techniques: An Electronic Workshop” Audience: Academic&Private Practice Radiologists from around the world. (This workshop was conducted twice during meeting) 11)Dec 2003 – Radiologic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL “Advanced PowerPoint Techniques: An Electronic Workshop” Audience: Academic&Private Practice Radiologists from around the world. (This workshop was conducted twice during meeting)
  12. 12. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 12 of 15 updated 2/22/06 12)Apr 2004 – Association University Radiologists Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA “PowerPoint for Radiologists: A 3 Step Process – Step 1” Audience: Academic Radiologists 13)Apr 2004 – Association University Radiologists Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA “PowerPoint for Radiologists: A 3 Step Process – Steps 2 & 3” Audience: Academic Radiologists 14)Aug 2004 – “Digital Presentation Skills for the Radiologist, a comprehensive one-day workshop”, held at RSNA Headquarters, Oak Brook, IL Conducted by Ken Schreibman, MD, PhD and Beverly Wood, MD, MSc Audience: Radiologists, Technologists, Administrators wanted to improve their digital presentation skills. 15)Dec 2004 – Radiologic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL “Basic PowerPoint Techniques: An Electronic Workshop” Audience: Academic&Private Practice Radiologists from around the world. (This workshop was conducted twice during meeting) 16)Dec 2004 – Radiologic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL “Intermediate PowerPoint Techniques: An Electronic Workshop” Audience: Academic&Private Practice Radiologists from around the world. (This workshop was conducted twice during meeting) 17)Dec 2004 – Radiologic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL “Advanced PowerPoint Techniques: An Electronic Workshop” Audience: Academic&Private Practice Radiologists from around the world. 18)Dec 2005 – Radiologic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL “PowerPoint for Radiologists: A 3-Step Process… Step-1: Building a Basic Slide” Audience: Academic&Private Practice Radiologists from around the world. (This workshop was conducted twice during meeting) 19)Dec 2005 – Radiologic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL “PowerPoint for Radiologists: A 3-Step Process… Step-2: Building Complex Slides” Audience: Academic&Private Practice Radiologists from around the world. (This workshop was conducted twice during meeting) 20)Dec 2005 – Radiologic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL “PowerPoint for Radiologists: A 3-Step Process… Step-1: Animating Complex Slides” Audience: Academic&Private Practice Radiologists from around the world.
  13. 13. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 13 of 15 updated 2/22/06 PowerPoint Workshops I have Conducted at the University of Wisconsin 1) Jun 2002 – UW Radiology Grand Rounds “PowerPoint Pointers: Basic – Part 1” 2) Jun 2002 – UW Radiology Grand Rounds “PowerPoint Pointers: Basic – Part 2” 3) Mar 2002 – UW Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds “Intermediate PowerPoint Techniques” 4) Mar 2002 – UW Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds “Advanced PowerPoint Techniques” 5) Oct 2002 – UW Radiology Grand Rounds “Advanced PowerPoint Techniques” 6) Oct 2002 – UW Radiology Grand Rounds “Intermediate PowerPoint Techniques” 7) Sep 2003 – UW Radiology Grand Rounds “Illustrating Anatomy with PowerPoint” 8) Jul 2004 – UW Radiology Grand Rounds “PowerPoint for Radiologists – Step 1: Getting images into PowerPoint” 9) Jul 2004 – UW Radiology Grand Rounds “PowerPoint for Radiologists – Step 2: Adding Stuff” 10)Jul 2004 – UW Radiology Grand Rounds “PowerPoint for Radiologists – Step 3: Animation & Hyperlinking” 11)Jul 2005 – UW Radiology Grand Rounds “PowerPoint for Radiologists: A 3-Step Process… Step-1: Building a Basic Slide” 12)Aug 2005– UW Radiology Grand Rounds “PowerPoint for Radiologists: A 3-Step Process… Step-2: Building Complex Slides” 13)Sept 2005– UW Radiology Grand Rounds “PowerPoint for Radiologists: A 3-Step Process… Step-3: Animating Complex Slides”
  14. 14. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 14 of 15 updated 2/22/06 PUBLICATIONS: RADIOLOGY RELATED TOPICS Book Chapters: Schreibman KL. “Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Foot and Ankle”. In: Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Whole Body, Haaga JR & Lanzieri CF (ed.), 4th Ed., published by Mosby, © 2003, ISBN 0-323-01133-0. pages 1825 – 1868 (43 pages, 70 figures). Schreibman KL. “CT & MR of the Ankle & Foot” I am currently revising this chapter for the 2007 edition of Haaga’s textbook and will be updating all of the figures to reflect the latest advances in CT & MR technology Review Articles: 1) Schreibman KL, Freeland A, Gilula LA, Yin Y. Imaging of the hand and wrist. Orthopedic Clinics of North America 1997 (Oct); 28(4): 537-582. 2) Schreibman KL, Gilula LA. Ankle Tenography: A therapeutic imaging modality. Radiology Clinics of North America 1998 (July);36(4):739-756. 3) Schreibman KL: MRI of the Ankle Tendons: Normal Anatomy and Key Abnormalities. Categorical Course Syllabus, American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting; 2001:75-88. 4) Schreibman KL: Ankle Tenography: What, How, and Why. Seminars in Roentgenology, Jan 2004, vol 39, No 1, p 95-113. Other Articles: 5) Haughton VM, DeSmet AA, Schreibman KL. Contrast between scar and recurrent herniated disk in contrast enhanced MR: effect of contrast medium. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 2002;23:1652-1656. 6) Zlowodzki, Allen, Schreibman, Kregor. Secondary MFH of Bone Arising in Chronic Osteomyelitis. 7) Illgen R, Tueting J, Enright T, Schreibman K, McBeath A, Heiner J. Hybrid total knee arthroplasty: A retrospective analysis of clinical and radiographic outcomes at average 10 years follow-up. J.Arthroplasty 2004; 19: (7:Suppl 2) 95-100. PUBLICATIONS: POWERPOINT RELATED TOPICS 1) Schreibman KL. PowerPoint Pointers - A series for AJR; #1 Hello, and two great tricks. AJR 2001;177;1017-1018. 2) Schreibman KL. PowerPoint Pointers - A series for AJR; #2 Getting images into PowerPoint. AJR 2001; 177:1271-1272. 3) Schreibman KL. PowerPoint Mastery in 5-Steps This is a book I am currently writing that summarizes all of my PowerPoint workshops, handouts, and teaching material. I hope to see it in publication by the end of 2006. Until then, draft versions of the chapters are currently available on-line at www.schreibman.info.
  15. 15. Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Radiology Department, University of Wisconsin www.schreibman.info page 15 of 15 updated 2/22/06 RESIDENT RESEARCH PROJECTS: 1) Title: Retrospective analysis of "missed" mammographic lesions over a five-year period using Computer Aided Detection. Principal Investigator:Robert Schmidt, MD Institution: University of Chicago. Years of Project: 1993 - 1994 2) Title: Prospective, multi-modality evaluation of suspected osteomyelitis in diabetic feet using Tc99m-labeled monoclonal antibodies, Tc99m-labeled WBC, and MRI. Principal Investigator: Richard Reba, MD Institution: University of Chicago. Years of Project: 1994 3) "Retrospective analysis of 'missed' mammographic lesions over a five-year period using Computer Aided Detection - preliminary results", Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, IL, November 1993. 4) "Retrospective analysis of 'missed' mammographic lesions over a five-year period using Computer Aided Detection - review of 100 cases", Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, IL, November 1994. GRADUATE RESEARCH: 1) Schreibman KL. An experimental model of spontaneous sustained ventricular tachycardia: Coronary occlusion/reperfusion. Master's Thesis, 1986. 2) Schreibman KL. Spectral analysis of cardiac cycle length variations in sinus and ventricular rhythms. Doctoral Dissertation, 1989. 3) Schreibman KL, Levy MN. Sympathetic neural effects on reperfusion ventricular arrhythmias", National Meeting of the American Heart Association, Dallas, TX, November 1986. Circulation Supplement 1986;74:II-353 (abstract). 4) Levy MN, Schreibman KL. "Neural and chemical factors in reperfusion arrhythmias", American Heart Association International Scientific Conference on Myocardial Ischemia and Reperfusion, Durango, CO, August 1987 5) Schreibman KL, Levy MN. "Demonstration of vagal influence on reperfusion tachycardia by spectral analysis of cardiac cycle length", North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology (NASPE), Toronto, Canada, May 1989. Pace 1989;12:669 (abstract) 6) Schreibman KL, Thomas CW, Levy MN. "Spectral analysis of cardiac cycle length variations: Resampling overcomes effects of nonuniform spacing", International Conference of the IEEE, Seattle, WA, November 1989. Proceedings of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society 1989 (November);41 UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH: 1) Schreibman K. Towards the development of a computerized travel aid for the blind. Bachelor's Thesis, 1982. 2) Uslan MM, Schreibman K. Drop-off detection in the touch technique: Analysis of mobility of the blind. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 1980 (May);74:179-182. 3) Uslan MM, Smith WR, Schreibman K, Maure DR. American Foundation of the Blind's computerized travel aid: Two years of research and development. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 1983 (February);77:71-75.

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