All posts by Ignazio Laci

Ali Guermazi Receives Clinical Research Award from Osteoarthritis Research Society International

Ali Guermazi, MD, PhD, professor and vice chairman of academic affairs is the recipient of Osteoarthritis Research Society International (OARSI) Clinical Research Award for his outstanding work in the field of imaging.

He is the first radiologist to receive this honor. His research interests include musculoskeletal diseases and in particular identifying structural risk factors for developing and worsening osteoarthritis.

The award was presented during the Opening Ceremony at the OARSI World Congress in Liverpool, England, on Friday, April 27. The OARSI Clinical Research Award recognizes excellence in clinical research related to osteoarthritis in areas such as epidemiology and health services research, clinical outcomes, translational research and therapeutics, encompassing all phases of research having clinical implications. OARSI is the premier international organization for scientists and health care professionals focused on the prevention and treatment of osteoarthritis through the promotion and presentation of research, education and the worldwide dissemination of new knowledge.

Discussions on the Opioid Epidemic

Dr. David Bates is interviewed by RadioGraphics editor Dr. Jeffrey Klein on how Radiology addresses the issue of the opioid epidemic. The interview references the article published in RadioGraphics titled “Acute Radiologic Manifestations of America’s Opioid Epidemic” which was co-authored by several BU Radiologists.

Dr. Stephen Anderson recognized at BU’s 2018 Ignition Awards

The Ignition Awards granted by BU’s Technology Development Office validates early-stage technologies that demonstrate commercial, medical, and/or societal impact. Dr. Anderson’s research project titled “Engineering materials toward imaging enhancement and clinical applications” aims to improve magnetic resonance imaging methodology.”

Technology Development announces 2018 Ignition Award recipients


BU in the Press: Dr. Lee Goldstein’s research on CTE

Dr. Lee Goldstein, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and research partner with Radiology, has been cited by several major news outlets for his relevant research into CTE.

Original Publication in Brain: A Journal of Neurology –


Links to News Coverage:

BU Today

60 Minutes

ABC News

National Public Radio (NPR)

Lee Goldstein – LA Times
Lee Goldstein – Washington Post