Women in radiology
Gender equality is one of the fundamental issues that needs to be addressed in our society.
It’s an issue that affects all fields of work including in the radiology sector where there is huge gender inequality.
One in three radiologists in the world is female. But female representation among leadership boards reaches more than 50 percent in only two countries.
Can culture and mentorship help bridge the gender gap?
In this episode we will try to answer to all of these questions.
Gender Gap, Gender Equality, Stereotypes, Work-life Balance, Women in STEM, Mind the Stem Gap
Elisabetta Trinchero, Associate Professor of Public Management at SDA Bocconi School of Management.
Nicoletta Gandolfo, Director SC Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging Department, at ASL 3 Genovese.
Anna Simeone, Director of the Radiology Unit at Casa Sollievo della Sofferenza Hospital in San Giovanni Rotondo.
Michaela Cellina, Medical Director at the Diagnostic Radiology Service of the Presidio Ospedaliero Fatebenefratelli, of ASST Fatebenefratelli Sacco.
Regina Beets-Tan, Professor and chairs at the Department of Radiology at the Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam
Gaela Bernini, Secretary General of Bracco Foundation director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Bracco.
The sustainable way: voices of action
What do environmental sustainability and sustainable future mean?
We’ll try to map a framework of problems and solutions to understand the how, why and what this path really means for people, companies and for our lives.
GUESTS: Daniele Guadagnolo, Gianvito Vilè, Carlo Ratti, Giulia Grancini, Fulvio Renoldi Bracco
HOST: Chiara Davanzo Zamarian
Impact of AI in Diagnostic ImagingHow can AI transform and help the medical field? In this episode we try to understand how new digital technologies are affecting the diagnostic and precision imaging context, focusing on specific aspects.
GUESTS: Darya Majidi, Paolo Soda, Giovanni Valbusa, Marina Stocchi
HOST: Gianluca Dotti
Women in Radiology
Closing the gender gap and designing inclusive economic recovery, in all fields, is what our society needs. The percentage of women in radiology is increasing in the younger age groups: what is changing?
GUESTS: Elisabetta Trinchero, Nicoletta Gandolfo, Anna Simeone, Michaela Cellina, Regina Beets-Tan
HOST: Gaela Bernini
Precision medicine, past, present and future
Precision imaging has already accomplished a real change in healthcare but it’s still an ongoing, complex and yet unstoppable process.
What are the main challenges that this targeted and personalized approach can address?
GUESTS: Gabriel Krestin, Francesco Blasi, Lucy Costantino
HOST: Luisa Poggi
Art from inside: the application of diagnostic in art
Science and art have always had a tight union. It’s the case of diagnostic imaging techniques developed for radiology that can be effectively used by the art world. Both can be seen as investigative tools on the nature of human beings.
What are the main examples and studies from the artistic world that prove this relationship?
GUESTS: Francesca Cappelletti, Marco Malagodi, Mauro Belloni, Diana Bracco.
HOST: Isabella Castiglioni.
Microbubble in medicine to transform diagnosis and therapy
Have you ever heard of gas Microbubbles used for diagnostic and therapeutic applications?
We are talking about very small bubbles, about 1,000,000 times smaller than a meter, that nowadays are being more and more used and tested in the field of imaging and also therapy, especially in cardiology, radiology, liver, breasts, ovary and so much more.
GUESTS: Emily White, Victor Jeannot.
HOST: Thierry Bettinger.