RSNA 2016 invites radiologists to think Beyond Imaging and explore new ways to collaborate. From discovering unexpected learning opportunities to broadening participation in the larger medical community, this year’s theme encourages radiologists to envision their profession beyond imaging.
RSNA 2016 convenes radiology professionals from around the globe to gather knowledge through educational courses, explore the latest innovations presented by technical exhibitors, discover groundbreaking research from scientific paper presentations, and participate in networking opportunities. Don’t miss radiology’s premier annual event!
Richard L. Baron, MD"Beyond Imaging: Ensuring Radiology Impact in Clinical Care and Research"
Keith J. Dreyer, DO, PhD"When Machines Think: Radiology's Next Frontier"
Robert M. Wachter, MD"Hope, Hype, and Harm as Medicine Enters the Digital Age: Lessons From (and For) Radiology"
Vivian S. Lee, MD, PhD"The Transformation to Value Driven Health Care"
Hedvig Hricak,MD, PhD, Dr(hc)"Beyond Imaging: Radiology of Tomorrow"
Colleen A. Lawton, MD"Prostate Cancer: Improving the Flow of Research"
Daniel C. Sullivan, MD"Optimizing Therapy: Imaging Strategies"
Maryellen L. Giger, PhD"Quantitative Radiomics, Big Data, and Deep Learning in Precision Medicine"
Make the most of the last day of RSNA 2016 when you join RSNA President Richard L. Baron, MD, for a full-day symposium focused on liver imaging. Admission to the symposium is included with your RSNA 2016 registration.
Detection, staging and characterization of liver cancer, particularly in patients with chronic liver disease, is among the most published, clinically relevant, and challenging issues facing radiologists today. The topic draws world research and educational communities together in ways that have dramatically impacted radiology’s participation in the clinical care of affected patients. Symposium sessions include “Novel Concepts in Hepatobiliary Tumor Imaging Symposium: State-of-the-Art Imaging Techniques” and “Imaging Spectrum of Benign and Malignant Vascular Tumors: How to Avoid Misdiagnosis.” Learn more »
Register for the RSNA 2016 Virtual Meeting, now featuring 25% more content, extended access, CME credit for live sessions—plus a select number of CME-eligible courses on demand! Select Virtual Meeting on-demand courses qualify for CME credit upon completion of a test and course evaluation. All live-viewed Virtual Meeting courses qualify for CME with a completed evaluation. Enjoy all this content - plus Cases of the Day, scientific presentations and education exhibits. Learn more »
Badge materials will be mailed to all professional attendees registered by October 1. For registrations processed after October 1, badges will be available for pickup at McCormick Place. Together, we can save some trees and reduce the number of duplicate badges we print to replace ones lost in the mail or forgotten at home. And, you’ll have one less thing to pack as you head out the door!
RSNA 2016 will host a High Impact Clinical Trials (HICT) Special Interest Session, featuring the latest cutting-edge science and research. This session will provide a forum for practice-changing clinical research with the goal to present the most significant work in radiology today. Abstracts will be accepted through August 1. They should focus on primary endpoints of a trial, including new data or secondary analyses of a trial where the primary data has been previously presented, a new registry or new data/analysis from a registry, or the latest and hottest findings in translational imaging sciences that have immediate clinical implications. Submitted abstracts may also be considered for simultaneous online publication in Radiology. More information and abstract submission form »
Paul J. Chang, MDChicago, IL
Burton P. Drayer, MDNew York, NY
Robert J. Stanley, MDBirmingham, AL
Carlo Bartolozzi, MDPisa, Italy
Luis Donoso-Bach, MDBarcelona, Spain
Osamu Matsui, MDKanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan
Kristen K. DeStigter, MDBurlington, VT
Clifford R. Jack Jr., MDRochester, MN
This year’s RSNA “Country Presents” sessions focus on The Netherlands and Turkey, shining the spotlight on radiology around the world.
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