Radiology is a field of medicine that involves using imaging to diagnose and treat injuries and illnesses. Wessam Bou-Assaly is a radiologist in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He studied medicine at a French university and then completed his radiology residency at Caen and Lille in France. He moved to the United States in 2004 to pursue an advanced education in neuroradiology and nuclear medicine. He is an experienced and knowledgeable radiologist.
As with any field of medicine, radiology requires a large amount of education and dedication. Successful radiologists study hard to learn about the different types of imaging in radiology. In order to become a radiologist, you will need to complete medical school as well as a radiology residency, which typically lasts for 4 to 5 years after med school.
The medical industry as a whole is filled with cutting edge research and state of the art treatments. If you want to be a successful radiologist, then you will need to keep current on the research in your field. Read peer review journals such as Radiology, Radiograph, AJR, AJNR or World Journal of Radiology or Clinical Radiology. These, and other journals like them, will help you stay current on the innovations in your field.
Bou-Assaly studied radiology while he was in a residency program in France. After he moved to the United States in 2004, he studied neuroradiology and nuclear medicine for 3 years. Wessam Bou-Assaly is a dedicated radiologist who has worked hard as any high qualified physician, to build a successful career.