Chief Academic Officer, American Society of Radiologic Technologists
Myke Kudlas, M.Ed., R.T.(R)(QM), began his professional career in education after attaining his bachelor's degree from Mankato State University in 1987. After graduation Myke became an instructor at the Ubangi Academy in the Republic of Zaire where he worked for several years. Coming home to Minnesota in 1990, Myke began teaching in local schools before returning to school himself for his Associates degree in radiography from the Mayo School of Health Related Services. In 1999 he became the Director of the Radiography program at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville Florida and in 2005 attained his Master's degree from the University of North Florida. Myke currently serves as the Chief Academic Officer at the American Society of Radiologic Technologists in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Mr. Kudlas' Lectures
How to Better Equip CT Technologists with the Increasing Complexity of Modern CT Scanners
Medical Radiation: An Overview of the Issues Important to Technologists
- Kudlas MJ. Effects of radiography program admissions practices on student retention. J Allied Health 2006; 35(3):162-8.
- Culbertson J, Carbonneau K, Kudlas M. State population as a predictor of radiation therapy staffing levels. J Am Coll Radiol 2012; 9:358-362.
Kudlas MJ. CT Basics: Module 1- Fundamentals. American Society of Radiologic Technologists. Available at www.asrt.org/ctbasics 2009 Apr.