The Visiting Professorship

To Fargo and Beyond
Published:March 29, 2010DOI:
      When it comes to an academic career in radiology, being a world-class expert in your specialty, dazzling colleagues with seminal research, and training the next generation of aspiring radiologists have their merits. Yet all of these things pale in comparison to academic radiology's single greatest reward and most satisfying endeavor: the visiting professorship. Nothing beats it for the exquisite satisfaction of being recognized as the erudite master of some incredibly important topic you know more about than any other radiologist, living or dead, such as, for example, the middle third of the thoracic esophagus.
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