Women In Radiology
As part of our Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s vision to create a culturally diverse, inclusive and welcoming environment, the Women In Radiology group is an initiative to promote a departmental culture supportive of the career advancement of female clinicians. Our purpose is to develop knowledgeable, successful, confident women prepared to achieve career success and assume leadership positions.
Our Female Faculty Development Program has been structured to offer opportunities for development and mentorship and to provide tools and support to our female faculty. The program hosts educational modules, which include topics such as Work Life Balance, Enhancing Your CV, Conflict Management and The Art of Self Promotion. In addition to increasing knowledge, our educational meetings serve as an opportunity for networking among junior and senior faculty members, strengthening intradepartmental mentoring. Learn more about our recent meetings.
Our aim is to eliminate barriers and provide support in order to narrow the gender gap in radiology.
In Focus: Meet our Female Faculty
Stephanie E. Spottswood, MD, MSPH, is a Professor Emerita of Radiology and Radiological Sciences and former Chief of Pediatric Nuclear Medicine at the Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from the University of Michigan, Master of Science degree in Public Health from the University of North Carolina, and Doctoral degree in Medicine from the University of North Carolina. She completed residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in 1991 and fellowship training in Pediatric Radiology at the Medical College of Virginia in 1992, and fellowship training in Nuclear Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia and Children’s National Medical Center in 1993. Dr. Spottswood is certified by the American Board of Radiology in diagnostic radiology, pediatric radiology, and nuclear radiology.
Elizabeth England, MD
Resident Liaison, Women In Radiology
- Five Years Later: Impact of a Focused Women in Radiology Program
- Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Diversity Program for Radiology
- Transitioning From Radiology Training to Academic Faculty: The Importance of Mentorship
- Addressing Needs of Women Radiologists: Opportunities for Practice Leaders to Facilitate Change
- The Purse Strings of Radiology
- Marie Curie - Stirring the pot
- A Leadership Intervention to Further the Training of Female Faculty (LIFT-OFF) in Radiology
- 35 Years of Experience from the AAWR: Increasing the Visibility of Women in Radiology
- A Female Faculty Development Program for Radiology