Welcome to our May/June 2022 issue of JCAT! Our journal covers a broad range of cross-sectional medical imaging modalities and is affiliated with the Society of Advanced Body Imaging. Examples from this issue that we would note demonstrating imaging advancements include the following. Liu et al. reviews the use of radiogenomics for purposes of both clinical assessment and research for ovarian cancer. Yoon et al. reports on the results of an international collaborative study using deep learning in the automatic quantification of coronavirus disease on CT. Kim et al. addresses a common issue, the incidentally noted thyroid nodule seen on chest CT, and how texture analysis may be helpful in predicting a given nodule’s ultrasound classification. Morani et al. reports on the performance of multidetector CT in the setting of negative versus positive oral contrast in the evaluation for GI neuroendocrine tumors. Also, one of our Musculoskeletal Associate Editors, Avneesh Chhabra, has a commentary on radiologist burnout, and steps to counter this problem.