Doris Abrishami, M.A., BSRT, ARRT
Doris Abrishami graduated with a Bachelors of Science in the Radiologic Technology Program from California State University Northridge (CSUN). Shortly after graduation, Doris was hired at Northridge Hospital Medical Center. She has been working at Northridge Hospital as a senior diagnostic technologist for the past 16 years. Two years after she was hired as a technologist at Northridge Hospital, Doris was offered to take a leadership role as Clinical Coordinator and adjunct faculty at CSUN. She recently obtained her Masters degree in Higher Education from the Michael Eisner College of Education at CSUN and starting Fall 2014, she has accepted a full-time faculty position as Assistant Professor in the Health Sciences Department at this university.
She has also been active in providing “Cultural Diversity and Cultural Sensitivity” presentations to help and guide technologists and administrators with this continuing education subject. Doris is a member of California Society of Radiologic Technologists (CSRT), Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences (AEIRS) and ASRT.
Nader Binesh, Ph.D.
Faculty, Department of Health Sciences, CSUN
Elaine Hernandez, BSRT, ARRT (CT)(R), CRT(R)
Hernandez is an American Registry of Radiologic Technologists-certified Computed Tomography (CT technologist) and has been in a trauma hospital-based clinical atmosphere for nine years. She instructs students in computed tomography for in-patients and trauma patients ranging in age from newborns to geriatric patients. As a computed tomography instructor for CSUN's Radiologic Technology program, she orients students to the principles of computed tomography.
Jennifer Little, M.S., BSRT, ARRT(R), CRT
Little worked for UCLA Medical Center as a radiologic technologist and at Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center and Orthopedic Hospital as a magnetic resonance imaging technologist. She recently joined the CSUN radiologic technology faculty as clinical coordinator for Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital. LIttle received advanced training in 1.5 Tesla and 3 Tesla scanners. She has experience in building protocols, performing MR angiography and imaging acute strokes, cardiac functions and breasts. She earned an advanced imaging certificate in MRI and is working on an advanced imaging certificate in CT. Little has taught classes in venipuncture, pathology for imagers and student independent study research projects. She is an active member of California Society of Radiologic Technology, American Society of Radiologic Technology, Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences, Association of Collegiate Educators in Radiologic Technology and the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine – Section for Magnetic Resonance Technologists.