This is the current tentative schedule for the Spring 2022 term.
Although we were hoping to get back to in-person lectures, we have to continue offering them online only for this term.
The labs will be in person, in the PCC simulator rooms in Portland.
Please note that unfortunately we still may have to change lab location and/or dates to accommodate COVID-related restrictions. We will keep you posted as soon as we know if that happens. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding.
The application/registration and CORE/RUS module are required for ALL students (unless you already have a valid LXMO licence).
If you are a podiatry assistant, you only need to choose the CORE and the Podiatry modules.
Do not sign-up for both podiatry and extremity.
We do not recommend signing up for all modules (please talk to us before signing up for more than 3 modules).
Contact us before registering if you have additional questions.
Two options to register:
1) By mail/fax and pay by check:
2) Online and pay via credit card:
Gayle Wright, BS, RT(R)(CT)(MR)
Core Module, anatomical categories lectures/labs
Gayle K. Wright, BS, RT(R)(CT)(MR) has been a registered technologist for 40 years.
She is a full time faculty member in the Radiography Program and the Coordinator/Faculty for the CT Technologist Training and MRI Technologist Training Programs in the Medical Imaging
Department at Portland Community College.
Gayle has been an active guest speaker throughout her career. Education has always been a priority for Gayle and she enjoys the interactions and exchanges with her students.
She joined the PSR teaching team in 2016 as our lead instructor.
Justin Gaddini, RT(R)(ARRT)
Anatomical categories labs
Justin graduated from the SRJC (Santa Rosa Junior College) in Northern California (2009) and was able to obtain his AS & certificate of completion for the Radiologic Technology program within 6 years time. Not long after graduating, he started working for a large Orthopedic practice, (8 surgeons, 1 NP & 2 PA's) for 7 years in Marine County, where he had the chance to dial down his speed and accuracy for all exams head-to-toe. By the end of his employment with the Orthopedic practice, he was completing, on average, 55-70 exams a day, solo. Then, he decided to relocate up North to Portland, Oregon in 2016 with his wife so to be closer to family. While in Portland, he has worked for ZoomCare for about 3 years and was then recommended for a Lead role at RAYUS Radiologic (Formally EPIC Imaging CDI). Currently, he holds the position of Chief Radiologic Technologist, managing all modalities at their Happy Valley location.
On his off time, Justin enjoys family time with his wife Desiree and their 2.5-year-old son Angelo. They all enjoy being outside as much as possible. Also, he enjoys being hands-on and working around the house, be it interior work or exterior landscaping.
Justin is very much looking forward to this new journey in his life as a new instructor for positioning with PSR!