ASRT Foundation Selects Two for International Speakers Award

Feb. 5, 2020
Kori Stewart

Kori Stewart, MHS, R.T.(R)(CT), CIIP, and Stacy Anderson, M.S., R.T.(T), CMD, have been selected as the 2020 recipients of the ASRT Foundation’s International Speakers Exchange Award.

Stewart will present “Artificial Intelligence in Radiology: Will Radiographers/Technologists Work with Robots Soon?” at the 2020 UKIO Congress June 1-3, 2020, in Liverpool, England. She is Clinical Assistant Professor and Clinical Director for the CT, MRI and Ultrasound certificate programs at the University of Hartford in West Hartford, Connecticut. Stewart is also pursuing a doctoral degree in biomedical informatics at Rutgers University.

Stacy Anderson

Anderson will present “Quantitative Imaging in Radiation Therapy: What’s our Role?” at the 2020 CARO Annual Scientific Meeting September 23-26, 2020, in Toronto, Ontario. She currently serves as Program Director of the Radiation Therapy and Medical Dosimetry Programs in the College of Allied Health at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Anderson developed the first Medical Dosimetry Program at the graduate level at OUHSC while pursuing professional and research interests in radiation physics and medical dosimetry, among other topics.

For more than a decade, the ASRT Foundation has funded radiologic technologists to participate in the ISEA program. It promotes global cooperation through the sharing of research, best practices and professional development in the radiologic sciences. It also provides speakers the opportunity to forge important professional connections with international colleagues. The award includes conference registration, travel and lodging expenses, and a stipend to cover related costs.