PhD alum, biomedical engineering professor win interventional radiology paper award

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Jason Chiang (left) with Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology editor Ziv Haskal. Submitted photo.

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A paper co-authored by biomedical engineering PhD alumnus Jason Chiang, MD-PhD’16, Associate Professor Christopher Brace and other University of Wisconsin-Madison collaborators was selected as a Distinguished Laboratory Investigation by the editors of the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology.

Chiang, who completed his PhD under Brace and is now in a diagnostic radiology residency program at UCLA, received the award at the Society of Interventional Radiology Foundation 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting in Los Angeles earlier this week. The award-winning paper was titled “Potential Mechanisms of Vascular Thrombosis after Microwave Ablation in an in Vivo Liver.”

Author: Tom Ziemer