American Society of Emergency Radiology
In 1987, while attending Harvard’s emergency radiology course, eight radiologists met to discuss the formation of a new group to define and disseminate the body of knowledge unique to emergency radiology. The American Society of Emergency Radiology was formed in 1988 from this small nucleus and has steadily increased in numbers and interest, providing consultation to radiologists and corporations who deal with emergency radiology challenges. Since 1995, the society membership has sponsored a new journal of practical imaging, Emergency Radiology, in which peer reviewed articles are presented and discussed
Sept. 11-14, 2019
The ASER Postrgraduate Course in Emergency Radiology and Trauma Radiology
Hyatt Regency Scottsdale
Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch
THE PEOPLE OF ASER
Aaron D. Sodickson, MD, PhD
Aaron Sodickson, MD, PhD, is associate professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School. He is the chief of Emergency Radiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Director of Brigham NightWatch and the medical director of CT for the Brigham Radiology Network.
Ronald M. Bilow, MD
Ronald M. Bilow, MD completed his emergency radiology fellowship at UT-Houston Medical School in 2002, where he serves as Assistant Professor of Radiology. He has been active in various committees and leadership roles in ASER since 2003.
Mark Bernstein, MD
Gold Medal Recipients
Mark Bernstein, MD, is a trauma and emergency radiologist at New York University School of Medicine and Bellevue Hospital. Born and raised in Toronto, Mark completed his residency at Western University, Ontario, Canada, and his fellowship in Trauma Radiology at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center.