James McDonald, M.D., Bruce Greenberg, M.D., Inducted as Fellows in American College of Radiology

By ChaseYavondaC

The American College of Radiology is a professional medical society dedicated to serving patients and society by enabling radiology professionals to advance the practice, science and professions of radiological care. Being named a Fellow is one of the highest honors given by the American College of Radiology, as approximately 10 percent of its members achieve the distinction.

McDonald also serves as director of the Division of Nuclear Medicine in the Department of Radiology, and director of the Nuclear Medicine Residency program.

Board-certified in radiology and nuclear medicine, McDonald has made the Best Doctors in America list for nuclear medicine nine years in a row. He has lectured nationally and has authored various peer-reviewed articles, in addition to serving as local principal investigator on several clinical trials.

McDonald is a member of the Association of University Radiologists, Society of Nuclear Medicine, Arkansas Radiological Society, Arkansas Medical Society, American College of Radiology and the Radiological Society of North America.

Greenberg is a board-certified radiologist and has served as an attending radiologist at various hospitals, including the St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children and the Temple University Hospital, both in Philadelphia.

He has lectured nationally and is a member of the Radiological Society of North America, Society of Pediatric Radiology the American College of Radiology. He is a former president and current member of the North American Society for Cardiovascular Imaging.

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