1. Kim W. Benefits and challenges in deploying blockchain within healthcare. SIIM 2019 (6/28/2019)
  2. Kim W. Fear, hope, hype, and challenges of AI in radiology. Grand Rounds/Invited Lecture at the Hospital for Special Surgery (04/18/2019)
  3. Kim W. Blockchain explained: what radiologists need to know. SIIM Webinar (03/26/2019)
  4. Kim W, Vemula R. AI models to clinical practice: open AI marketplace for radiology. NVIDIA GTC 2019 (03/20/2019)
  5. Kim W. Fear, hype, and challenges of AI in radiology. 2019 Strategic Radiology Spring Summit AI Expert Panel (03/17/2019)
  6. Kim W. Fear, hope, and hype of artificial intelligence in medical imaging. AHRA 2019 Spring Conference (03/08/2019)
  7. Kim W. Fear, hope, and hype of artificial intelligence in medical imaging. 3rd Annual Global Artificial Intelligence Conference (01/23/2019)
  8. Kim W. Fear, hope, and hype of artificial intelligence in radiology. Grand Rounds at Loma Linda (10/30/2018)
  9. Kim W. Entrepreneurship in radiology. Resident lecture at Loma Linda (10/30/2018)
  10. Kim W. Fear, hope, and hype of artificial intelligence in radiology. Grand Rounds at Creighton (10/17/2018)
  11. Kim W. Entrepreneurship and innovation in radiology. Resident lecture at Creighton (10/17/2018)
  12. Kim W. AI in action: AI innovation from virtual assistant to Imaging AI Marketplace at Nuance Healthcare. Growth, Innovation, and Leadership: A Frost & Sullivan Executive Summit. (10/2/2018)
  13. Kim W. AI’s increasing role in medical imaging: a faculty-industry panel discussion. NYMIIS 2018 (9/17/2018)
  14. Michalski, MH, Kim W. AI in Action at Partners Healthcare. Nuance Webinar (8/29/2018)
  15. Kim W. Analytics and AI in radiology in the era of value-based care. AHRA Annual 2018 (7/24/2018)
  16. Kim W. Fear, hope, and hype of artificial intelligence in medical imaging. Festival Keynote 2018 (6/27/2018)
  17. Kim W. Fear, hope, and hype of AI in radiology. Montefiore lecture (6/5/2018)
  18. Kim W. AI models to clinical practice: open Nuance AI Marketplace for diagnostic imaging. NVIDIA GTC 2018 (3/27/2018)
  19. Kim W. Analytics and AI in radiology in the era of value-based care. AHRA Spring 2018 Keynote (3/23/2018)
  20. Kim W. Entrepreneurship and innovation in radiology. Emory University Department of Radiology Innovation Workshop Inaugural Keynote (3/13/2018)
  21. Kim W. Fear, hope, and hype of AI in radiology. Keynote for Deep Learning session. ECR 2018 (3/4/2018)
  22. Kim W. What will the radiologist’s job look like in 2025? ECR 2018 (3/3/2018)
  23. Kim W. Chairperson’s introduction for artificial intelligence and radiology: a perfect match? ECR 2018 (3/1/2018)
  24. Kim W. Game changer – brave new world: embracing artificial intelligence, AR/VR, and native voice capabilities to radically change innovation. Frost & Sullivan Executive MindXchange (1/24/2018)
  25. Kim W. A radiologist’s career path to CMIO. NIIC (1/11/2018)
  26. Kim W. Use your data to reduce costs and demonstrate your value to the hospital. RSNA 2017 (11/30/2017)
  27. Kim W. Machine Learning Theater: AI’s potential in radiology: more than just findings. RSNA 2017 (11/29/2017)
  28. Kim W. Analytics in radiology in the era of value-based care. SCARD 2017 (10/12/2017)
  29. Kim W. Intro to software development. NIIC (10/5/2017)
  30. Kim W. Big data, small data, and in-between data. NIIC (10/5/2017)
  31. Kim W. Analytics in radiology in the era of value-based care. Nuance webinar (10/4/2017)
  32. Kim W. Analytics and artificial intelligence in radiology in the era of value-based care. Grand Rounds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (9/21/2017)
  33. Kim W. Entrepreneurship in radiology. Guest lecture to the residents at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (9/21/2017)
  34. Kim W. What will the radiologist’s job look like in 2025? IS3R 2017 (8/24/2017)
  35. Kim W. Analytics in radiology in the era of value-based care. AHRA 2017 (7/12/2017)
  36. Kim W. Informatics keynote speaker: Using imaging informatics to improve quality and safety in the era of value-based care. RSNA 2016 (12/1/2016)
  37. Kim W. Use your data to reduce costs and demonstrate your value to the hospital. RSNA 2106 (11/27/2016)
  38. Kim W. Use of analytics to improve reporting and outcomes. ACR Annual Conference on Quality & Safety 2016 (9/17/2016)
  39. Kim W. Informatics Track: Veering into Uber’s lane: Building imaging reports for patients & families. ACR Annual Conference on Quality & Safety 2016 (9/16/2016)
  40. Kim W. Radiology Reporting 102. ACR Intersociety Summer Conference (8/5/2016)
  41. Kim W. Tele-tele-tele-medicine: Global imaging informatics. SIIM 2016 (6/30/2016)
  42. Kim W. The radiology report: Policy implications. ACR 2016 (5/16/2016)
  43. Kim W. Radiology analytics: Role of informatics in transitioning to value-based care. RSNA 2015 (12/3/2015)
  44. Kim W. Informatics keynote speaker: Role of informatics in quality. RSNA 2015 (12/3/2015)
  45. Kim W. Use your data to reduce costs and demonstrate your value to the hospital. RSNA 2015 (12/1/2015)
  46. Kim W. Analytics in radiology: Transitioning to value-based care. AHRA Regional Meeting at HSS. (9/15/2015)
  47. Han BK, Kim W, Niu J, Basnyat S, Barshay V, Williams C, Kolasinski SL, Felson DT. Comparison of synovitis on MRI and pain in knee osteoarthritis patients with and without chondrocalcinosis: Data from the Osteoarthritis Initiative (OAI). ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting 2015
  48. Kim W. Big data in healthcare: Myth, hype, and hope. Point/counterpoint. SIIM 2015
  49. Kim W. High-quality reporting and improved efficiency through clinical decision support. ACR 2015
  50. Kim W. Big data and analytics. ACR 2015
  51. Kim W. Radiology quality and analytics: Role of informatics in transitioning to value-based care. Pan African Congress of Radiology and Imaging 2015 (2/19/2015)
  52. Kim W. Ultrasound of the shoulder. Pan African Congress of Radiology and Imaging 2015 (2/18/2015)
  53. Kim W. MRI and ultrasound imaging of soft tissue tumors and tumor-like lesions. Pan African Congress of Radiology and Imaging 2015 (2/18/2015)
  54. Kim W. Radiology quality and analytics: Role of informatics in transitioning to value-based care. Indian Radiological & Imaging Association Annual Meeting 2015 (1/30/2015)
  55. Horneff J, Blake, M, Milby AH, Kim W, Glaser DL. The rising incidence of MRI reported superior labrum anterior and posterior (SLAP) tears. Accepted for AAOS Annual Meeting 2015
  56. Amber I, Kim W. Varus to valgus: A hip to ankle review of abnormal angulations within the lower extremity. RSNA 2014
  57. Wilmot AS, Kim W. The implementation of PACS accessible quality assurance tools to facilitate communication between radiologist and technologist. RSNA 2014
  58. Harsha AK, Weber K, Kneeland B, Shargorodsky O, Kim W, Cook T. MOI RADS: Informatics tools quantify the patient care impact of subspecialty interpretations in musculoskeletal imaging. ISS 2014
  59. Kim W. Musculoskeletal malignancies: Imaging patterns, treatments, and pitfalls. Kenya Association of Radiologists Annual Scientific Conference 2014
  60. Kim W. Problem-solving: Imaging of the ankle. Kenya Association of Radiologists Annual Scientific Conference 2014
  61. Siddiqui G, Schwartz A, Barbieri JS, Akhtar AL, Kim W, et. al. Assessing accuracy of mobile teleradiology using mobile phones with digital cameras. ATA 2014
  62. Kim W. Faculty and Speaker for Hot Topic Session: BYOD: Exploring mobile technologies. SIIM 2014
  63. Kim W. Faculty for Learning Lab: Create your own app for iPhones and Android devices. SIIM 2014
  64. Licurse MY, Kim SH, Kim W, Cook TS. Comparison of diagnostic accuracy of plain film radiographs between original film, smartphone capture, and digitized versions. SIIM 2014
  65. Kim W. Informatics Keynote Speaker: Informatics and Quality SSK11-01. RSNA 2013 (Dec 4)
  66. Kim W. MRI of the knee: Subtle findings that matter. Essentials in Body & MSK Imaging 2013 (CME course from Penn)
  67. Kim W. MRI of the hip: Diagnosing painful hip. Essentials in Body & MSK Imaging 2013 (CME course from Penn)
  68. Kim W. MRI of the ankle: Impingement syndromes. Essentials in Body & MSK Imaging 2013 (CME course from Penn)
  69. Kim W. Case review: Lower extremity. Essentials in Body & MSK Imaging 2013 (CME course from Penn)
  70. Kim W. DXA: What every radiologist should know. Essentials in Body & MSK Imaging 2013 (CME course from Penn)
  71. Kim W. Musculoskeletal malignancies: Imaging patterns, treatments and pitfalls. Oncologic Imaging: From Head to Toe 2013 (CME course from Penn)
  72. Kim W. Trends in teleradiology: A report from the ACR Task Force on Teleradiolgy Practice. The Pennsylvania Radiological Society Annual Meeting 2013 (Sept 28)
  73. Kim W. Peer/Self review. AHRA Annual Meeting – Physician Track 2013 (July 28)
  74. Lee GC, Khoury V, Steinberg D, Kim W, Dalinka M, Steinberg M. Evaluation of osteonecrosis by radiologists and orthopaedic surgeons. Girdlestone Orthopaedic Society Annual Meeting 2013
  75. Morey J, Kim W. Machine translation of radiology reports-The future of international medicine. SIIM 2013
  76. Kim W. Faculty for Learning Lab: Create your own app for iPhones and Android devices. SIIM 2013 (June 9)
  77. Kim W. MSK Ultrasound: Hand and wrist. Annual MSK US Workshop at Tuttleman 2013
  78. Kim W. Invited Lecture. MSK MRI: Challenging cases lower extremity. IRIA 66th Annual Conference 2013 (Jan 6)
  79. Kim W. Invited Lecture. Data mining. Mobile technology. How to be a “cool” radiologist. IRIA 66th Annual Conference 2013 (Jan 6)
  80. Ekbote R, Shabshin N, Kim W, Khoury V, Roberts F, Parekh A. Subscapularis muscle bulk as a MRI marker for acute and chronic adhesive capsulitis. RSNA 2012
  81. Kim W. Opening Session panel on The Millennials’ vision: The world as it could be. SIIM 2012
  82. Kim W. Faculty for Hot Topic Session: Got a great idea or designed an informatics tool? Now what? SIIM 2012
  83. Kim W. Faculty for Hot Topic Session: Mobile technologies in medical imaging. SIIM 2012
  84. Kim W. Faculty for Applied Learning Session: Advanced enterprise workflow: Informatics & IT methods for improvements. SIIM 2012
  85. Kim W. Faculty for Learning Lab: Create your own app for iPhones and Android devices. SIIM 2012
  86. Kim W. PRRS Blue Ribbon Lecture on Search radiology, pathology and beyond: Challenges and benefits of data mining. PRRS Jan 2012
  87. Kim W. Searching radiology, pathology and beyond. RSNA 2011
  88. Stein JM, Kim W. A cross-platform mobile web application for accessing radiology department phone lists and schedules, rapid audience polling, and GPS-enabled conference attendance taking. RSNA 2011
  89. Cook TS, Boonn WW, Kim W. An evening with Sievert and Gray: Educating medical students and nonradiology residents about CT-related radiation dose. RSNA 2011
  90. Cook TS, Kim W, Boonn WW. RADIANCE scorecards for dose monitoring and monthly reporting. RSNA 2011
  91. Caldera FE, Kim W, Gustafson K, Chen D. A patient with spinal epidural mass effect refusing surgical intervention: A case report. AAPM&R 2011
  92. Caldera FE, Kim W, Chen D. Avulsion of adductor muscles at the symphysis pubis diagnosed with ultrasound: A case report. AAPM&R 2011
  93. Kim W. Searching radiology, pathology and beyond. AHRA 2011
  94. Kim W. Faculty for Architecture and Planning Learning Lab. SIIM 2011
  95. Kim W. Moderator for Next generation 3D and advanced visualization: Hype vs. reality. SIIM 2011
  96. Kim W. Faculty for LT 5: Communication Educational Session – Orders, results and beyond: Communication in radiology. SIIM 2011
  97. Kim W. Co-chair and roving tour guide for Scientific Posters & Demonstrations Roving Tour Session. SIIM 2011
  98. Kim W. Faculty for Sunday Learning Series: Tools of the Trade Learning Labs – Understanding natural language processing. SIIM 2011
  99. Kim W. Moderator for Communications Tools Roundtable. SIIM 2011
  100. Cook TS, Kim W, Boonn WW. Integrated, on-demand retrieval of cumulative CT dose estimates at the workstation during image interpretation. SIIM 2011
  101. Cook TS, Gefter W, Kim W, Boonn W. The “routine” enhanced chest CT: Does it exist? AAPM 2011
  102. Cook TS, Couch G, Couch TJ, Boonn WW, Kim W. Comparison of CT head dose estimates using DLP vs. Monte-Carlo simulations. AAPM 2011
  103. Cook TS, Boonn WW, Kim W. RADIANCE – A dose information consumer and reporter within the IHE REM profile. CARS 2011
  104. Cook TS, Kim W, Barbosa E, Boonn WW, Gefter W. Optimizing doses for common chest CT examinations using RADIANCE. AMCLC 2011
  105. Cook TS, Boonn WW, Kim W. Monitoring radiation dose for common chest computed tomography examinations. STR 2011
  106. Cook TS, Boonn WW, Kim W. An algorithm for intelligent sorting of CT-related dose parameters. SPIE 2011
  107. Kandula P, Cook TS, Boonn WW, Kim W. Automated BI-RADS 3 follow-up application: Improving patient care and compliance. SPIE 2011
  108. Cook TS, Zimmerman S, Kim W, Boonn WW. An automated, enterprise-wide solution for archiving and reporting CT radiation dose estimates. ACR Quality Conference 2010
  109. Kim W. DXA. Invited CME lecture for UPHS Division of Community Radiology 4/7/2010.
  110. Kim W. PRESTO: A search and data mining application for radiology, pathology, and beyond. Invited speaker for Johns Hopkins University 1/28/2010.
  111. Sampathu DM, Cook TS, Boonn WW, Horii SC, Kim W. Timeline presentation of imaging findings on sequential radiology reports. RSNA 2010
  112. Zimmerman SL, Cook TS, Kim W, Maidment AD, Boonn WW. Deciphering the alphabet soup of CT radiation dose sheets: DLP, CTDI, mAs, and more. RSNA 2010
  113. Cook TS, Zimmerman SL, Kim W, Boonn WW. An automated, enterprise-wide solution for archiving and reporting CT radiation dose estimates. RSNA 2010
  114. Boonn WW, Mills AM, Maidment AD, Zimmerman SL, Cook TS, Kim W. Integration of CT radiation dose reporting into an EMR and CPOE system for order entry decision support. RSNA 2010
  115. Haski J, Ganesan V, Cook TS, Zimmerman SL, Kim W, Boonn WW. Implementation of an open source, web-based business intelligence suite for on demand analysis of CT radiation dose. RSNA 2010
  116. Krishnan S, Cook TS, Zafar HM, Horii SC, Boonn WW, Kim W. Web-based biopsy quality assurance application using open source tools. RSNA 2010
  117. Cook, TS, Zimmerman S, Kim W, Boonn WW. An automated, enterprise-wide solution for archiving, reporting and analyzing cardiovascular CT radiation dose. NASCI 2010
  118. Zimmerman S, Cook T, Kim W, Boonn W. Changes in radiation dose of abdominal and pelvic computed tomography examinations over a seven year period. AAPM 2010
  119. Cook T, Zimmerman S, Kim W, Boonn W. Automated extraction and reporting of dose information from computed tomography examinations. AAPM 2010
  120. Cook T, Itri JN, Boonn WW, Kim W. Development of an automated follow-up tracking and feedback system for radiologic, clinical and laboratory studies. SIIM 2010
  121. Itri JN, Boonn WW, Redfern RO, Scanlon MH, Cook T, Kim W. Using a web-based application to automatically identify discrepancies in preliminary interpretations provided by radiology residents during independent call. SIIM 2010
  122. Cook TS, Itri JN, Boonn WW, Kim W. Analyzing how radiologists recommend follow-up: Towards development of an automated tracking and feedback system for clinical, laboratory and radiologic studies. AMCLC 2010
  123. Itri JN, Boonn WW, Redfern RO, Scanlon MH, Cook T, Kim W. Minerva: Using a software program to improve resident performance during independent call. SPIE 2010
  124. Kim W, Boonn WW. Evaluation of an open source tool for indexing and searching enterprise radiology and pathology reports. SPIE 2010
  125. Cook T, Itri JN, Boonn WW, Kim W. Analyzing how radiologists recommend follow-up: Towards development of an automated tracking and feedback system for clinical, laboratory, and radiologic studies. SPIE 2010
  126. Kim W, Boonn WW. PRESTO: A search and data mining application for radiology, pathology, and beyond. Grand Rounds presentation for the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania on 11/3/2009.
  127. Patel T, Mazura JC, Agarwal R, Kim W, Juluru K. Medical iPhone applications: A systematic review of present applications and a look at future directions with a focus on radiology. RSNA 2009
  128. Kim W. Finding the right information at the time of patient care: Yottalook case study. RSNA 2009
  129. Zimmerman SL, Agarwal R, Kim W, Boonn WW. Intelligent study protocoling using an integrated solution combining RIS and clinical information from the electronic medical record. RSNA 2009
  130. Mohiuddin S, Siddiqui KM, Boonn WW, Kim W, Safdar NM, Siegel EL. Extracting MRI and CT imaging acquisition metadata from the materials and methods section of online peer-reviewed journal articles. RSNA 2009
  131. Chen JY, Lakhani P, Boonn WW, Kim W. Avoiding jail-time and HIPAA violations with portable computers: Using freely available, open-source, cross-platform software to secure data. RSNA 2009
  132. Jimenez RM, Shabshin N, Kim W, Dalinka MK. Stress fractures of the upper extremity: Imaging findings in the athlete and non-athlete population. Look up: The incidence of upper extremity stress injuries is going up. RSNA 2009
  133. Kim W, Agarwal R, Itri JN, Chen JY, Boonn WW. Automated web-based pathology-radiology follow-up system. RadioGraphics invitation. RSNA 2009
  134. Boonn WW, Moffitt R, Zimmerman SL, Kim W, Flanders AE, Siegel EL. Automated structured reporting of 3D imaging findings using AIM XML. RadioGraphics invitation. RSNA 2009
  135. Kim W, Boonn WW, Safdar NM, Siddiqui KM. Yottalook™ Reader: Easy way to keep up to date with the latest radiology-related online content. RSNA 2009
  136. Siddiqui K, Kim W, Ramakrishna W, Safdar N, Boonn W. Yottalook Local™: Demonstration of an enterprise-wide semantic search engine for patient information. Certificate of Merit. RSNA 2008
  137. Siddiqui K, Kim W, Ramakrishna W, Ramakrishna K, Safdar N, Boonn, W. Demonstration of a RadLex-driven web bot to extract image acquisition metadata from materials and methods sections of peer reviewed journal articles. RSNA 2008
  138. Boonn W, Kim W, Siddiqui K, Safdar N. Multimedia RSS for immersive display of radiology image search results. RSNA 2008
  139. Siddiqui K, Kim W, Ramakrishna B, Safdar N, Boonn W. Moving toward a hospital-wide HL7-based semantic search engine for patient information. RSNA 2008
  140. Kim W. GUIs: Lessons learned in radiology. SIIM 2008
  141. Rubin DL, Flanders AE, Kim W, Kahn CE, Siddiqui KM. Ontology-assisted analysis of web queries to determine the knowledge radiologists seek. SIIM 2008
  142. Njuguna NJ, Flanders AE, Siddiqui KM, Rubin DL, Kim W, Siegel EL. What are radiologists looking for? The demographics and usage statistics for a radiology-centric search engine. SIIM 2008
  143. Patel N, Siddiqui K, Ali S, Kim W, Safdar N. What do radiologists really say? Real-world utility of a controlled vocabulary lexicon. ARRS 2008
  144. Siddiqui K, Kim W, Boonn W, Safdar N. Radiology centric vertical search engines: Comparison of various methods of development. ARRS 2008
  145. Ali S, Safdar N, Knight N, Kim W, Siddiqui K. Comparison of web search engines in retrieval of relevant peer-reviewed publications in radiology. ARRS 2008
  146. Ramakrishna B, Safdar N, Siddiqui KM, Kim W, Liu W, et al. Automated discovery of meniscal tears on MR imaging: a novel, high-performance, computer-aided detection application for radiologists. SPIE 2008
  147. Ramakrishna B, Liu W, Saiprasad G, Safdar N, Siddiqui K, Kim W. Demonstration of a novel computer-aided detection application for evaluation of meniscal tears. RSNA 2007
  148. Siddiqui K, Kim W, Boonn W, Safdar N. Yottalook: Demonstration of a radiology-centric semantic web search engine. RSNA 2007
  149. Zwemer J, Lenhart A, Kim W, Siddiqui K, Siegel E. Effect of ambient white noise on accuracy of speech recognition. RSNA 2007
  150. Ali S, Safdar N, Knight N, Kim W, Amir G, Siddiqui K, et al. Competing search engines: Where can you find the most relevant peer reviewed articles? RSNA 2007
  151. Siddiqui K, Kim W, Boonn W, Safdar N. Incorporating the RadLex lexicon in a radiology-centric semantic web search engine. RSNA 2007
  152. Agarwal R, Litt H, Hollander J, Kim W. Alternative diagnoses found at coronary computed tomography angiography (CTA) of low risk emergency department (ED) patients with chest pain syndromes. RSNA 2007
  153. Safdar N, Siddiqui K, Kim W, Ramakrishna B, Liu W, Saiprasad G, et al. Comparison of a novel computer-aided detection tool in identifying meniscal tears with radiologist interpretations. RSNA 2007
  154. Juluru K, Kim W, Siddiqui KM, King T, Siegel E. Histogram analysis on thin section CT compared with thick section CT to characterize adrenal masses. SIIM 2007
  155. Kim W, Juluru K, Boonn WW, King T, Johnson M, Siddiqui KM, Siegel EL. Volumetric measurements of pulmonary nodules: Variability in automated analysis tools. SIIM 2007
  156. Chen JJ, Siddiqui KM, Juluru K, Kim W, Safdar N, Siegel EL. Observer success rates for identification of 3D surface reconstructed facial images and implications for patient privacy and security. SIIM 2007
  157. Kim W, Johnson M, Siddiqui KM, Moffitt R, Juluru K, Siegel EL. Impact of dose reduction on apparent nodule diameter and volume measured using a commercial workstation. SIIM 2007
  158. Boonn WW, Paulett J, Murti B, Kim W, Siddiqui KM, Redfern RO, et al. When PACS goes down: Optimizing radiology report turnaround time during scheduled PACS downtime. SPIE 2007
  159. Juluru K, Kim W, Boonn WW, Johnson JM, Siddiqui KM, Siegel E. Volumetric measurements of pulmonary nodules: Variability in automated analysis tools. SPIE 2007
  160. Chen JJ, Siddiqui KM, Juluru K, Kim W, Safdar N, Siegel E. Observer success rates for identification of 3D surface reconstructed facial images and implications for patient privacy and security. SPIE 2007
  161. Ramakrishna B, Liu W, Safdar N, Siddiqui K, Kim W, Juluru K, et.al. Automatic CAD of meniscal tears on MR imaging: A morphology-based approach. SPIE 2007
  162. Kim W, Severance S, Boonn WW, Siddiqui KM, Safdar NM, Siegel E. Automated reporting solution for dual energy x-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) bone densitometry scanners. RSNA 2006
  163. Severance S, Siddiqui K, Vandermeer P, Boonn W, Kim W, Flanders A, et. al. Lightweight MIRC authoring: tools for rapidly creating simply MIRC documents. Certificate of Merit and RadioGraphics invitation. RSNA 2006
  164. Severance S, Siddiqui K, Boonn W, Vandermeer P, Kim W, Safdar N, et. al. GoogleMIRC: a next-generation search engine for teaching files. RadioGraphics invitation. RSNA 2006
  165. Flanders A, Severance S, Siddiqui KM, Vandermeer PA, Boonn WW, Nabile Safdar, Kim W, et al. MIRCWebConverter: automated conversion of existing web-based radiology teaching material to MIRC compatible documents. RSNA 2006
  166. Boonn W, Safdar N, Severance S, Vandermeer P, Kim W, Siddiqui K, et. al. RSS for radiologists: MIRC, podcasts, blogs and more. RadioGraphics invitation. RSNA 2006
  167. Kim W, Hollander J, Baxt W, Chase M, Litt HI. Coronary computed tomography angiography (CTA) for rapid disposition of low risk emergency department patients with chest pain syndromes. Young Investigator Travel Grant Recipient. North American Society for Cardiac Imaging 2006
  168. Kim W, Boonn WW. Automated dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) bone densitometry reporting solution for Hologic® scanners: Improved report accuracy and reduction of report generation time. SPIE Medical Imaging 2006
  169. Kim W, Rosen MA, Langer JE, Banner MP, Siegelman ES, Ramchandani P. MR-US Correlation of Scrotal Pathology. Certificate of Merit. Submitted to RadioGraphics. RSNA 2005
  170. Kim W, Hollander, Baxt W, Litt HI. Role of multidetector coronary CTA in evaluation of patients presenting to ED with acute chest pain: Initial experience. North American Society for Cardiac Imaging 2005.
  171. Kim W, Clark TWI, Baum RA, Soulen MC. Risk factors for liver abscess formation following hepatic chemoembolization. Society of Interventional Radiology (formerly SCVIR) 2001