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  • Registration Now Open for RSNA 2018

    Now is the time to plan your RSNA 2018 annual meeting experience. RSNA 2018 is packed with plenary sessions, more than 400 top-level educational courses, the latest research and more. Explore the online course program and plan your agenda to experience cutting-edge technology like artificial intelligence, 3D printing and virtual reality. Free standard registration for members until October 26. Register today.

    Vote Now for your Favorite Fast 5 Topics

    Voting is now open for the RSNA 2018 Fast 5 session. Help us narrow down the list to the 5 who will present at this year's annual meeting on Thursday, November 29 at 1:30 PM. Topics range from AI to patient feedback to communication skills. All  focus on innovative ideas about non-clinical topics illuminating tomorrow's medical imaging discoveries. Voting is open through July 25.

    Register Now for RSNA's AI Webinars

    Registration for RSNA's highly anticipated first of four AI webinars is now open. The first webinar, "Intro to AI and Machine Learning: Why All the Buzz?" will feature Dr. Curt Langlotz and Dr. Matthew Lungren, on August 29 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM CT. Space is limited. Register today and learn more about the entire series.

  • RSNA News

  • Mentors July

    Mentors Play Critical Role for Female, Minority Radiologists

    June 29, 2018

    Mentoring can help female and minority radiologists prepare for radiologic leadership.

    Look Ahead July

    Look Ahead The Future of Abdominal Imaging

    June 29, 2018

    Learn how new diagnostic and therapeutic tools are expanding abdominal imaging.

    osteoarthritis July

    Research Sheds New Light on Running Patterns and Osteoarthritis

    June 29, 2018

    An RSNA Resident Grant funds study to look at biomechanics in running and osteoarthritis development.