The Chicago Radiological Society (CRS) annually confers the Lasky Foundation Breast Cancer Fund Resident Award. This award is sponsored by the estate of Harold J. Lasky, MD (1922–2009), a former President of the CRS who played a pivotal role in developing the national quality assurance program that resulted in the Mammography Quality Standardization Act (MQSA) of 1994.
This award is a cash prize given to a resident or fellow for a meritorious project on the subject of breast cancer diagnosis, prevention or treatment that was presented at the CRS Resident Scientific Poster Session.
Past Lasky Foundations Breast Cancer Fund Resident Award Winners
Brittany Dashevsky, MD, University of Chicago
DASHEVSKY BZ, D’Alfonso T, Sutton EJ, Giambrone A, Aronowitz E, Morris EA, Juluru K, Ballon DJ “Virtual Pathology: Ultra High Resolution MRI Identifies Characteristic Pathologic Features of Benign and Malignant Breast and Lymphatic Tissue“
Sean Sachdev, MD, Northwestern University Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center
Eric Blaschke, MD, University of Chicago Medicine
E. Blaschke, MD, H. Abe, MD, PHD “MR Imaging Phenotype of Breast Cancer: Kinetic Assessment for Molecular”
Michelle Gentile, MD, Northwestern University
Gentile M, Usman A, Helenowski I, Pothiawala F, Small W. “Contouring Guidelines for the Axillary Lymph Nodes for the Delivery of Radiotherapy in Breast Cancers: Validation of the RTOG Breast Cancer Atlas”
Owen Sweis, MD, Loyola University
Sweis O, Vade A. “Use of Breast Shields in pediatric patients undergoing CT exams”