Radiologic sciences students receive awards at competition

These students know their rad sci. Several radiologic sciences students from NDSU received awards in a recent scientific exhibit competition. The Sanford Medical Center Fargo School of Radiography students participated in the scientific exhibit competition sponsored by the North Dakota Society of Radiologic Technologists.

Kailee McIntosh received first place for her poster presentation about CT Calcium Scoring.

photo of Kailee McIntosh

Jordein Marquette received a second place award for his presentation covering Autism in FMRI.

Receiving third place was Sarah Biggers for her poster presentation about Imaging in Cochlear Implants.

Additional students competed with poster presentations at the event.

Tina Hendrickson - Epilepsy and Functional MRI

Drew Oberlander – Imaging of Depression

Kylie Ritter – Computed Animal Tomography

The radiologic sciences program at NDSU begins with two or more years of pre-radiologic sciences academic courses, followed by a 21- to 24-month full-time professional internship within a hospital-based program affiliated with NDSU covering a four-state region. Program options include radiography, echocardiography, and medical diagnostic sonography. Learn more at

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