- Saturday, September 30
- Keynote Luncheon (Ticketed Event)
- 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm
Harbor DEFGHI - Manchester Grand Hyatt
Dr. Russell Low
Dr. Russell Low completed his residency in diagnostic radiology at UCSF in 1990 followed by a body imaging fellowship at Stanford Medical Center. In a career that has spanned over 2 decades he has become a recognized expert in body MR imaging who has authored 60 peer reviewed articles and 7 book chapters. A frequently invited guest speaker Dr. Low has given over 300 educational lectures which convey his passion for body MRI. Always looking and exploring Dr. Low and his staff have helped to define body MRI, optimizing protocols and looking for new and unexpected clinical applications.
Dr. Low’s family history is intimately intertwined with the history of the American West.
“The building of the TCRR was a feat of unimaginable magnitude that required a Herculean effort. Its completion on May 10, 1869 was celebrated across our nation. 1200 Chinese workers performed the most dangerous work. With nothing more than hand tools, they laid the CPRR through the high Sierra Nevada Mountains. The story of Low’s great grandfather Hung Lai Wah and his 100 descendants is an American Story that spans 150 years and multiple generations.”