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  • Education and Funding Opportunities

    July 1, 2017

    Final Call:
    Advanced Course in Grant Writing

    Applications are still being accepted for this course designed to assist junior faculty members in radiology, radiation oncology or nuclear medicine programs prepare and submit a National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, or equivalent, grant application. The course, held at RSNA headquarters in Oak Brook, IL, will consist of four 1 ½-day sessions:

    • Session I: October 6 -7, 2017

    • Session II: November 10-11, 2017

    • NEW DATE: Session III: February 23-24, 2018

    • Session IV: April 20-21, 2018

    Accepted participants are responsible for travel expenses for each session. Hotel accommodations will be provided by RSNA. There are no fees associated with this course. For more information and an application, go to RSNA.org/AGW.

    Final Call:
    Introduction to Academic Radiology for Scientists (ITARSc)

    Application Deadline
    July 1

    Postdoctoral fellows and early-stage researchers in the imaging sciences and biomedical engineering who received their degrees within the past six years are invited to apply for this opportunity to participate in a dynamic program held during RSNA 2017.

    The program consists of a combination of dedicated programming for ITARSc participants and shared sessions with participants of the ITAR program. Selected participants will receive a $1,000 stipend to offset travel and hotel costs as well as free registration for the RSNA annual meeting. Application forms are available at RSNA.org/ITARSc.

    Applicants Sought for 2018 Derek Harwood-Nash Fellowship

    Application Deadline
    July 1

    Applications for the 2018 Derek Harwood-Nash International Fellowship Program are being accepted through July 1. Interested candidates must be promising international radiology scholars who have completed radiology training, are embarking on a career in academic radiology (i.e., have held a faculty position for three to 10 years), and who demonstrate that their specific educational goals can be met most appropriately by a course of study in a North American institution.

    Qualified candidates must also specify how the knowledge and experience gained from this fellowship will benefit and improve the practice of radiology in both the home institution and the radiologic community. English proficiency is required. Applications are available at RSNA.org/DHN.

    Apply Now:
    RSNA/AUR/ARRS Introduction to Academic Radiology

    Application Deadline
    July 15

    Sponsored by RSNA, the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) and Association of University Radiologists (AUR), the Introduction to Academic Radiology (ITAR) program:

    • Exposes second-year residents to academic radiology
    • Demonstrates the importance of research in radiologic sciences
    • Illustrates the excitement of research careers
    • Introduces residents to successful clinical radiology researchers

    Successful applicants will be assigned to a seminar held during either the RSNA annual meeting in Chicago, Nov. 26-Dec. 1, 2017 or the ARRS annual meeting in Washington, DC, April 22-27, 2018.

    A $1,000 award will be made to the departments of accepted applicants to be used to help advance the applicants’ academic careers. There are no fees associated with this program.


    For more information and to download an application form, go to RSNA.org/ITAR.

    Creating and Optimizing the Research Enterprise (CORE) Workshop

    Registration is open for the 2017 Creating and Optimizing the Research Enterprise (CORE) workshop to be held Oct. 20-21 at RSNA headquarters in Oak Brook, IL. This free workshop focuses on strategies for developing and advancing imaging research programs in radiology, radiation oncology and nuclear medicine departments.

    New sessions include “Big Data and AI: The Role for Radiology and How to Get Involved” and “Imaging Research Entrepreneurship.”

    The CORE program features a combination of presentations, case studies and group discussions.

    For more information and to register, go to RSNA.org/CORE.

    New RSNA Online Education Platform Coming in August

    RSNA is upgrading its current online education platform in early August. Based on member feedback, the new platform will incorporate an enhanced, mobile-friendly user interface offering more than 600 online activities eligible for SA-CME credit.

    Current users of the RSNA eLearn library should complete all online activities by June 30 to ensure a smooth transition of completions and earned SA-CME credits to the new platform. The 2014 online Case of the Day activities and 2015 online Refresher Courses will no longer be accessible after June 30, so purchased activities should be completed by that date.

    RSNA members can always access their CME transcripts through the CME repository, which shows completed online activities and SA-CME credits earned. Non-members are encouraged to save copies of CME certificates for online courses completed by June 30 for future reference and record keeping.

    For questions or more information, contact the Education Center at ed-ctr@rsna.org or 630-571-2199.