Watch our recent EverLearning Lecture:

Non-traumatic emergencies of the temporal bone

presented by Professor Nicholas Koontz

 

Aired | Tuesday, 15th June 2021

EverLearning Radiology Webinar_ Non traumatic emergencies of the temporal bone with Professor Nichol

 

Watch the June EverLearning Radiology webinar hosted by Professor Nicholas Koontz

This webinar provides 1 CPD credit in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists and RANZCR. CPD points are issued within a month of viewing. 
 
If you are a Radiologist, Radiographer or Sonographer you will receive 1 CPD point for watching this educational webinar, in accordance with the CPD schemes of the RCR and RANZCR. Your CPD certificate will be issued within one month of viewing. Please declare your profession in the form, and check your other details are accurate, to ensure you are issued with the correct certificate.*

 

Prof Nick Koontz

presented by

Professor Nicholas Koontz, Assistant Professor of Radiology & Imaging Sciences, Indiana University

Dr. Nicholas Koontz is a Neuroradiologist and Head and Neck Imager in the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences, where he also serves as Director of Radiology Fellowship Programs and is the Dean D.T. Maglinte Scholar in Radiology Education.

He completed his undergraduate degrees in Biology and Chemistry at Anderson University in Indiana (2004) then attended Indiana University School of Medicine, where he graduated AOA (2008). Following medical school, Dr. Koontz completed the IUSM Transitional Year Residency program at IU Health Methodist Hospital (2009) followed by a Diagnostic Radiology Residency at Indiana University School of Medicine (2013). After residency, he completed a two-year Neuroradiology Fellowship at the University of Utah (2015), where he continues to hold an adjunct faculty appointment.

His greatest passion is resident and fellow medical education, which has been an integral part of his practice since joining the IU School of Medicine faculty. In addition to serving in education leadership positions in the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences, including Director of Radiology Fellowships and interim Program Director of the MRI fellowship, Dr. Koontz has established a long-running Social Media and Web-based Radiology Education curriculum, which attracts thousands of followers around the world. This work has culminated in multiple peer-reviewed publications, as well as the 2018 Joseph E. and Nancy O. Whitley Award by the Association of University Radiologists.