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  • Education and Funding Opportunities

    October 1, 2018

    Writing a Competitive Grant Proposal Workshop

    March 8 – 9, 2019
    RSNA Headquarters
    Oak Brook, IL

    Registration is open for the Writing a Competitive Grant Proposal Workshop designed for researchers in radiology, radiation oncology, nuclear medicine and related sciences who are interested in actively pursuing federal funding.

    The course fee is $225. Register online at RSNA.org/CGP.

    NIH Grantsmanship Workshop

    The NIH Grantsmanship Workshop, which introduces participants to the process of preparing a competitive research or training grant application, will be held Saturday, Nov. 24, from 1 to 5 p.m. at McCormick Place in Chicago. Workshop attendees must be registered for the RSNA annual meeting and can add the workshop to My Agenda at RSNA.org/Annual-Meeting

    For more information, contact the department of research at DOR@rsna.org or 630-368-3742.

    Register Now for RSNA Artificial Intelligence (AI) Webinar Series

    The second in the RSNA series of 60-minute webinars on artificial intelligence (AI) featuring internationally renowned experts will be held on Thursday, Oct. 25.

    The webinar, “Current State and Future Perspectives of AI,” will be moderated by Paul Chang, MD, professor of radiology and vice chair, radiology informatics at the University of Chicago. Other speakers include Luciano Prevedello, MD, MPH, and Abdul Halabi, global business development lead, NVIDIA, San Mateo, CA.

    “These webinars help radiologists familiarize themselves with artificial intelligence and show how AI will affect the future of health care,” said Curtis P. Langlotz, MD, PhD, RSNA Board liaison for information technology and annual meeting and professor of radiology and biomedical informatics at Stanford University. “RSNA wants to help radiologists understand how AI is likely to become part of their daily work, and dispel any concerns about being replaced.”

    Held in August, the first webinar, “Intro to AI and Machine Learning: Why All the Buzz” is available for purchase on-demand. Dr. Langlotz served as moderator and one of the speakers.

    Members can access the live webinars and the on-demand recordings for $35 per webinar. Non-members can access both versions for $50 per webinar. The live webinars offer CME credit and the on-demand versions offer SA-CME credit. To register for upcoming webinars and for more information, visit RSNA.org/AI-webinars.

    Additional webinars are:

    “Future Applications of AI,” Dec. 11, 2018, 11 a.m. (CT); Moderator: Adam Flanders, MD; additional speakers: Charles E. Kahn, MD, MS, Marc Kohli, MD, and J.R. Geis, MD.

    “AI, an Ally or an Enemy?” Feb. 21, 2019, 11 a.m. (CT); Roundtable speakers will include: Curtis P. Langlotz, MD, PhD, and Drs. Chang and Flanders.

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