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Dr. Cho Receives Radiology Editor’s Choice Award

Posted on Aug 4, 2017

Dr. Steve Y. Cho, an associate professor in the Department of Radiology, has received the 2016 Editor’s Recognition Award with Distinction for his outstanding efforts as a reviewer for the Radiological Society of North America’s Radiology. This recognition is awarded to the top 15% of journal reviewers as judged by their quality and timeliness. The journal Radiology publishes nearly 300 pages of peer-reviewed original research each issue and is one of the top-cited journals in the field. The journal presents their Editor’s Recognition Awards as a means of highlighting the importance of reviewing as an academic activity as well as to acknowledge the substantial time and effort given by the reviewers.

Winners of this award from the Department of Radiology in previous years include Drs. Jeffrey Kanne, J. Louis Hinshaw, Christopher François, and Mark Schiebler.



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