University of Nebraska Medical Center

MITS faculty garner 1st place for SDMS presentation

Faculty from the Department of Medical Imaging and Therapeutic Sciences (MITS), Kim Michael, Tanya Custer, and Kate Wampler, have been selected as the first place winners in the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS) Scientific Presentation Competition, for their work, “Eye Movement Tracking in Sonography Education: Comparing the Gaze Patterns of the Novice to the Expert.”

They will be recognized at the 2016 SDMS Annual Conference awards dinner reception in Orlando, Florida in September.


1 comment

  1. Michael Huckabee says:

    Kudos for this award, Kim, Tanya, and Kate. You have mastered the art of juggling teaching administration, clinical practice and research with forte. We hope to continue to learn from you.

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