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  • Introduction to Academic Radiology

  • Introduction to Academic Radiology is co-sponsored by RSNA, the Association of University Radiologists (AUR), and the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) to introduce residents to academic radiology in the second year of their residencies (PGY3).

    Participants will:

    • Learn the importance of research in diagnostic radiology
    • Witness the excitement of academic careers
    • Meet successful clinical radiology researchers

    Program Dates:

    RSNA Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting: November 25-November 29, 2018

    ARRS Scientific Meeting: May 5-10, 2019, Honolulu, HI

    Successful applicants will be assigned to either the program held during the 2018 RSNA Scientific Assembly, or the one held during the 2019 ARRS Scientific Meeting. Nominations are welcome for residents in programs based in the United States or Canada. Only one nomination per department is allowed.

    Please note the following:

    • The cost of transportation, hotel and living expenses for the participant is the responsibility of the department or resident
    • Each candidate must agree to attend all functions associated with the program and also participate in a longitudinal study to determine whether the program is successful by answering and returning period questionnaires over the next several years
    • We can accommodate a total of 80 second-year residents (PGY-3), selected by a committee to attend one of the two programs. Although no guarantees can be made as to which meeting the resident will be assigned, we will do our best to honor a preference if noted on the nomination form.
    • Due to limited space, we cannot accept more than one resident per department. Departments are restricted to one nominee who will be a second-year resident (PGY-3) at the time of the program.

    For additional information view the online flyer