Please join us in congratulating Dr. Natalie Rich, the recipient of the Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Campbell Award for her article “Pediatric Fluoroscopic Follies: A Journey Through the GI Tract with Twists and Turns.”
The Campbell Award is awarded annually to the top radiologic educational article with a trainee as first author that has been published in Contemporary Diagnostic Radiology (CDR) in the previous year.
"Pediatric Fluoroscopic Follies: A Journey Through the GI Tract With Twists and Turns"
The award honors the contributions and legacy of Dr. Robert E. Campbell and his wife Nancy, to the field of education in radiology. Dr. Robert E. Campbell served as Editor for CDR from 1981-2020. He was the chair of the Department of Radiology at Pennsylvania Hospital from 1986 to 2005 and served as clinical professor of radiology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He led many professional organizations, most notably as president of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in 1989, and received numerous awards and honors for his contributions to the field. Dr. Campbell was a prolific author of medical articles and presented many scientific papers in the United States and throughout the world. Education of young physicians was something he felt was so important and he loved teaching. Both Dr. Campbell and his wife, Nancy, were dedicated to the mission of CDR. Mrs. Campbell did all the administrative work in the CDR editorial office, corresponding with authors and sending finished manuscripts to the managing editor of CDR. The Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Campbell Award celebrates their lifelong commitment to personal and professional excellence by recognizing and rewarding these virtues in future educators in radiology.