The American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) has announced that Andrew B. Rosenkrantz, MD of NYU Langone Health, has been named the next Editor in Chief of the American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR).
Currently, Dr. Rosenkrantz is Assistant Editor for Genitourinary Imaging at AJR, a position he has held since 2014, under longtime AJR Editor in Chief Dr. Thomas H. Berquist. Dr. Rosenkrantz will become the 13th Editor in Chief of the 113-year-old ‘yellow journal’- the foremost resource for practicing physicians and allied health professionals engaged in patient-centered medical imaging - upon Dr. Berquist's retirement in July 2020.
Recently described by Radiology Business Journal as ‘one of the most widely published researchers in academic radiology,’ Andrew Rosenkrantz published his first article in AJR in 2010; he has since authored and co-authored some 60 articles, letter-to-editor replies, and guest editorials for the journal. An AJR reviewer for more than a decade, Dr. Rosenkrantz has received the Top, Outstanding, and two Distinguished Reviewer Awards. Previously, he served as AJR's CME Consulting Editor for Genitourinary Imaging.
An ARRS member since 2004, Dr. Rosenkrantz is a recipient of both the 2014 Melvin M. Figley Fellowship in Radiology Journalism and the 2017 Leonard Berlin Scholarship in Medical Professionalism from The Roentgen Fund®. Presently, he serves on ARRS' Publications and Practice Improvement Committees, as well as Scientific Program Subcommittees for Genitourinary Imaging, Efficacy, Administration, and Informatics. Dr. Rosenkrantz has spoken or exhibited at every ARRS Annual Meeting for the last eight years.
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