Kate Madden Yee

Kate is an editor at AuntMinnie.com. She joined the editorial team in 2007 after freelancing for the site for six years, and brings two decades of radiology journalism experience to her work, including serving as associate editor for Diagnostic Imaging Scan newsletter.

She holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of California, Santa Cruz and a master's degree in fine arts from Pennsylvania State University. Her beats are CT, MRI, and imaging economics and policy.

Articles by this author
Marconi rolls out dedicated PET offerings at SNM show
June 27, 2001 -- Another OEM has tossed its hat into the PET arena: Cleveland-based Marconi Medical Systems has signed a distribution agreement with CTI PET Systems under which Marconi will market a dedicated PET line under its own brand name, Magellan.
Marconi will develop whole-body solid-state gamma camera
June 20, 2001 -- Marconi Medical Systems announced today that it is collaborating with partner eV Products on a whole-body gamma camera with a cadmium zinc telluride-based solid-state digital detector. Marconi believes the new technology could revolutionize the nuclear medicine industry.
Odin Medical introduces intraoperative MR system for neurosurgery
May 31, 2001 -- A new company, Odin Medical Technologies, has developed what it believes is the next step in applying MR technology to surgical procedures. The product, PoleStar N-10, is a compact, semi-portable, open system designed specifically for use in brain surgery.
Researchers join race to develop optical breast imaging device
April 27, 2001 -- While mammography remains the unchallenged gold standard for breast imaging, there is increasing interest in developing alternatives to x-ray-based techniques. Such technologies could provide clinical information useful for cancer screening, without mammography’s radiation exposure and breast compression.
CAD startup Deus seeks clearance for lung-cancer device
April 20, 2001 -- Computer-aided detection (CAD) technology may soon be deployed for lung cancer screening, if Maryland startup Deus Technologies has its way. The company has filed a PMA application for its RapidScreen RS-2000 lung cancer CAD unit.