New museum showcases history and pioneers of radiology

Interactive touch screens? Replica costumes? Hundreds of vintage artifacts? The American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) appears to have taken the concept of having fun at the office to a whole other level.

The ASRT Museum and Archives, a 4,500-square-foot museum full of fun exhibits and historical pieces, opened in June 2015 at the ASRT’s national office in Albuquerque, N.M. Greg Morrison, the museum’s executive director, told that the facility is truly one of a kind.

“There are lots of museums that have radiology exhibits or are devoted to the science itself,” Morrison said in a phone interview. “This museum goes from science to actually highlighting the technologists’ and therapists’ role in medical imaging, which no other museum does.” Read more.

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