COD to Host 17th Annual Pathophysiology Panorama Nov. 28

Pathophysiology Panorama

By Jordyn Holliday

College of DuPage will host the 17th Annual Pathophysiology Panorama from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 28, in the Health and Science Center Lobby on the College’s Glen Ellyn campus.

This event is free and open to the public.

Diagnostic medical imaging students from the Mammography, Nuclear Medicine, Radiography, Sonography and Computed Tomography programs at COD will display and discuss their research projects on a broad range of diseases and pathologies detected and recorded using various imaging processes, including Alzheimer’s Disease, Thyroid Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Lymphoma and Osteomalacia.

Radiography Program Coordinator Shelli Thacker said the event helps prepare presenters with communication skills necessary to succeed in the health care industry and added that many of the students are motivated by personal connections to their research.

“They are very excited to have the opportunity to share their findings with others,” she said. “Many have chosen a disease that has affected their family in one way or another, which makes them more passionate about the project.”

For more information on Pathophysiology Panorama, contact Thacker at (630) 942-2434 or thacker@cod.edu.

The Diagnostic Medical Imaging - Nuclear Medicine (DMIN) and Diagnostic Medical Imaging - Radiography (DMIR) programs at College of DuPage are fully-accredited, competency-based programs that prepare students to sit for appropriate certification exams such as those administered by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT). Students can also earn certificates in Cardiac Interventional Radiography, Computed Tomography and Radiation Therapy. 

In addition, the College offers an Associate in Applied Science degree program in Sonography and certificates in Diagnostic Medical Imaging Sonography (DMIS) and Diagnostic Medical Imaging Vascular Sonography (DMIV) as well as in Mammographya one-semester post-radiography advanced certificate program available to graduates of an accredited Radiography program. The College also offers a convenient, affordable and streamlined path to earning a B.A. in Healthcare Management for students who have completed an A.A.S. degree in Diagnostic Medical Imaging – Radiography through its 3+1 program partnership with Concordia University.

Learn more about the Diagnostic Medical Imaging programs at College of DuPage.

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