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Thank you all for your patience! 

Enrollment will be short as space is limited but we'll have a waitlist if needed.

Please email us with any questions and allow for flexibility in the dates listed to allow accommodation for our temporary lab location and possible number of students in each lab.

Please note:

  • Every student needs to enroll in the Core/RUS  mandatory module (unless you already have an active LXMO permit) plus at least one other anatomical category module.

  • Do not sign-up for all the modules unless you have talked to us about it first.

  • The podiatry module is specific for podiatry assistants, do not sign-up for both extremities and podiatry.

Registration paperwork



William R. Dunlap, R.T. (R), C.R.A. (Retired)

William (Bill) R. Dunlap graduated from Portland Community College in 1973 with a Associate of Applied Science Degree in Radiologic Technology, that same year he passed the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) exam and became a Registered Radiologic Technologist. He worked for several years as a staff Radiologic Technologist at hospitals performing routine exams as well as portables, fluoroscopy, and angiography. Later in his career, he managed Radiology facilities in hospitals, and outpatient imaging centers.

Bill is a retired Certified Radiology Administrator, (CRA), by the Radiology Administration Certification Commission. He taught limited X-Ray Permit classes for many years including Radiation Use and Safety, Anatomy, Positioning and Practical Experience Evaluations. Bill is Past President of the Oregon Society of Radiologic Technologists, (OSRT), and is currently Licensed by the Sate of Oregon as Radiologic Technologist and has maintained and active status with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists for over 50 years. He currently lives in Woodland, Washington with his wife Barbara.

Edith Dal Mas, D.C., D.A.C.B.R.


RAYUS Imaging 

8950 SW Nimbus Rd

Beaverton, OR 97008

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