The Carman Society is an alumni group founded in 2010 in honor of Dr. Russell Carman, an internationally acclaimed Mayo Clinic radiologist and former chair of Mayo Clinic's section of roentgenology, known today as the Department of Radiology. The society exists to support the continuation, promotion and diffusion of knowledge concerning the fine art and science of radiology.
To join the Carman Society, you must be both a Mayo Clinic Alumni Association (MCAA) member and hold a certificate from The American Board of Radiology in general radiology, diagnostic radiology or radiologic physics.
Visit the Carman Society page in the MCAA online community for additional group details.
The Carman Society meets twice annually.
Additionally, the society is planning a meeting, which will coincide with the MCAA biennial meeting in September 2013, to mark the centennial of Dr. Carman joining the Mayo staff in 1913.
For more information about the Carman Society, contact: