BRIDGEPORT — Two students from the WVU Medicine United Hospital Center Radiologic Technology School received three awards recently at the West Virginia Society of Radiologic Technologists (WVSRT) Annual Conference at Canaan Valley Resort in Davis, W.Va.
Jordan Bobbins, a senior student of the UHC School of Radiologic Technology, earned first place for his exhibit and third place for his research paper representing Advancements in Prostate Imaging and Diagnostics. Kayla Knabenshue, also a senior in the program, won third place for her exhibit comparing methods of Fetal Imaging: The Use of MRI vs. Ultrasound.
“Our students at UHC work very hard in class and in their clinical settings, which is proof of their strength and abilities” said Tavia DeFazio MS, RDMS, RVT, RT(R), Radiography and Sonography Education Programs Manager. “We are proud of our students and their achievements.”
The WVSRT State Conference hosts students from radiologic technologist programs from across the state. The awards were presented November 5 at the annual conference.