We found an expert who was a professor of radiology and obstetrics at a top university. In her time as a professor, she had developed many radiology educational resources and had participated in the development of the national curriculum for radiology. Active in the radiology publishing community, she had edited for the American Board of Radiology, and co-edited handbooks used widely for radiology. In addition to being a prominent educator she had been a practicing radiologist for many years and her clinical interests included women’s imaging. Well-respected in her field, she was a member of the Alliance of Medical Student Educators in Radiology and the Alliance of Clinician Educators in Radiology, had served as President of both organizations and received several awards from them. Finally, she lived and worked in a location near the case.