Craig Wiroll

Lake Effect Intern

Craig is a 2010 Journalism & Media Communication graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Upon graduation, Craig moved to the west coast and completed two years of full-time community service with AmeriCorps and wrote about various social and community issues for an alternative newspaper in Oregon called The Alchemist Weekly.

Currently, he is interning with WUWM's Lake Effect program - editing and conducting interviews, composing interview summaries for the web, and researching guests.

Craig enjoys all forms of media, volunteerism, health & nutrition, and plans to pursue a Master's of Public Administration and make a career in nonprofits or public radio.

Health & Science
1:17 pm
Fri February 14, 2014

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Evolving at GE, Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare

Patient comfort is important when it comes to magnetic resonance imaging machines.
Credit © Dave Lauridsen 2012

 

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews Richard Hausmann and Robert Weisbecker.

A few months ago, we brought you a story about making imaging machines, like CT scanners, more child-friendly.  The issue was that the devices were so intimidating to children that it was affecting the ability of technicians to get good results.

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