The Yale Medical Group recently announced the following appointments: James A. Brink, M.D., professor of diagnostic radiology, has been named interim chair of diagnostic radiology. Brink, who also holds a degree in electrical engineering, was elected to membership in the Society of Computed Body Tomography and Magnetic Resonance and has twice been a recipient of the Godfrey Hounsfield Award for Research Excellence in Computed Tomography. Anne McB. Curtis, M.D. ’70, HS ’75, professor of diagnostic radiology, will serve as vice chair of clinical affairs and oversee the clinical quality improvement initiative. Vladimir Neklesa, M.D., associate research scientist in diagnostic radiology, will continue as director of information technology and partner with Yale-New Haven Hospital to further implement the Picture Archive and Communication System, which enables e-delivery of images to referring physicians for rapid interpretation. Howard P. Forman, M.D., associate professor of diagnostic radiology, who continues as vice chair for finance and administration, will assist in evaluation of all outpatient opportunities.