Council on Diagnostic Imaging Elects NYCC's Dr. Todd Knudsen as President
NYCC's Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Special Projects Dr. Todd Knudsen has recently been elected president of the Council on Diagnostic Imaging (CDI).
As president of the CDI, Knudsen will serve as the chief executive officer of the Council to formulate plans of action and operation while working closely with the vice president, secretary-treasurer, and past-president.
"Dr. Knudsen is a great example of the dedication and commitment our staff and faculty have to their profession and the healthcare industry," said NYCC President Dr. Michael Mestan. "We commend his longtime contribution to these organizations that are so important to chiropractic. The Council of Diagnostic Imaging is fortunate to have Dr. Knudsen as a leader."
The CDI is charged to establish and maintain the American Chiropractic College of Radiology (ACCR) and the American Chiropractic College of Infrared Imaging (ACCII). Dr. Knudsen has served in the leadership of the ACCR as secretary --treasurer from 1996 to 2008, as Vice President in 2009, president in 2010 and 2011, and past president in 2012 and 2013.
A member of CDI since 1991, Knudsen joined the organization during his diagnostic imaging residency at the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic (now the Southern California University of Health Sciences).
About The Council on Diagnostic Imaging (CDI)
A Council of the American Chiropractic Association, the CDI is organized and operated to bring together the chiropractic diagnostic imaging community for educational and scientific purposes. CDI objectives include the collection and dissemination of the best available information relating to digital imaging techniques, the encouragement and promotion of the advancement of digital imaging and to promote the interest of the chiropractic practitioners in the subject of diagnostic imaging.