Editorial Team & Contributor
“Sonography is truly the best of both worlds, art and science. We are not robots, but craftsmen with the best kept secret— artisanal flair in healthcare!”
- University of Southern Indiana: Health Services (’11), Radiologic and Imaging Sciences (’13), and a Master of Health Administration (‘14)
- RDMS (OB/GYN) (ABD)
- RDCS (FE) (PE) (AE)
- RVT (VT)
- NTQR Nuchal Translucency Certified
- Clinical Coordinator and Instructor, Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program
- Author of the Book “Diagnostic Medical Sonography: The Definitive Guide to Planning Your Career
Sam Callis is an author and sonographer with experience in multi-specialty clinical practice, higher education, and the medical device industry. She has taught didactic and laboratory coursework in cardiac and general sonography. Her clinical practice areas include obstetrics/gynecology, perinatology, abdominal/small parts, and cardiac sonography.
She is passionate about working with and educating physicians, sonographers, advanced practice providers, and industry professionals in ultrasound applications to improve patient care through high quality diagnostic imaging, device development, and ultrasound guided procedural development.
Sam holds three degrees from the University of Southern Indiana: Health Services (’11), Radiologic and Imaging Sciences (’13), and a Master of Health Administration (‘14).