LITTLE ROCK – Rebecca Ludwig, Ph.D., has been named chairman of the Department of Imaging and Radiation Sciences in the
Ludwig has served as interim chairman since 2005 when the department was created through the merger of the nuclear medicine technology, radiation therapy, radiologic technology, diagnostic medical sonography and medical dosimetry programs. She oversees the department and its five divisions, which include more than 90 core and clinical faculty members and more than 200 students. She joined the UAMS faculty in 1997 as an instructor in the radiologic technology program.
Ludwig is a registered technologist in the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT), where she also is certified in radiography and quality management. She is a fellow in the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences. She is a member of the ARRT’s Registered Radiologist Assistant Certification Examination Evaluation Committee, chairman of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) Practice Standards Advisory Council and a member of the ASRT Radiologist Assistant Educator Council.
She earned a doctorate in health sciences in 2003 from the
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