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Congratulations! 22 years of winners! The Twenty Second Consecutive Year, Seattle University student wins the SDMS Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, W. Fredrick Sample original research or a literature review. Each year the senior class participates in the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography, W.Fredrick Sample - Student Excellence Award. This year’s winner is Michael Naiman graduate of the class of 2012. Michael received his award at the SDMS Conference held in Seattle this year. Second place for Literature Review: Titled “Post-Orthotopic Liver Transplant Evaluation by Duplex Ultrasound”.
For three and a half decades, SU's diagnostic ultrasound program has been forming some of the top professionals in the field. Diagnostic Ultrasound Department Chair Carolyn Coffin (pictured above) estimates that about 350 graduates have come through the program, and many are quite accomplished. Some are serving as directors of imaging departments. Others have gone on to medical school. Many are leaders in their fields. For instance, Dale Cyr ('81 diagnostic ultrasound, '98 MBA) currently serves as executive director of the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography, the world's leading organization for certifying practitioners in the field, other alumni are innovators. "This region is fortunate to have one of the top B.S. programs in diagnostic ultrasound here at SU," says Dean Michael Quinn of the College of Science and Engineering. "The students who graduate from our program are in high demand by local employers."
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