Sometimes the most efficient way to gain knowledge is at a dedicated time and place—free of distractions of work, home, and everyday life. RSNA meets that need with intensive multi-day programs, several of which are conducted at RSNA’s modern and comfortable Conference Center, located in Oak Brook, Illinois, just 15 miles south of O’Hare Airport.
March 10 — 11, 2017Junior faculty members are provided with valuable tools to get started on the grant process and pursue funding opportunities.
Program begins July 2017Provides a multi-faceted introduction to CER tools, methodology and grant-writing through online modules, an in-person 1.5-day workshop and web-based sessions.
January 6 — 12, 2018Learn how to develop protocols for clinical evaluation of imaging modalities as part of a funding application.
Program Dates. Session I: Oct. 6-7, 2017, Session II: Nov. 10-11, 2017, Session III: Feb. 9-10, 2018, Session IV: April 20-21, 2018Get hands-on assistance to prepare and submit your own quality grant applications to the NIH, NSF, or equivalent institutions.
November 26 — November 30, 2017A unique opportunity for PGY3 residents to experience a specially-designed program that provides an introduction to academic radiology and related career choices.
November 26 — 30, 2017Postdoctoral fellows in the imaging sciences or biomedical imaging are invited to apply for this dynamic program that provides an introduction to the role for scientists in imaging sciences.
November 26 — 30, 2017Encourages young radiologists from outside North America to pursue careers in academic radiology.
October 20 - 21, 2017Imaging research faculty meet to engage in active discussion to strategically develop or expand research programs in radiology, radiation oncology, or nuclear medicine.
November 25, 2017Learn how to write a grant proposal for the NIH, specifically related to the radiological sciences.
November 26 — 30, 2017Select from hundreds of programming options to learn about the latest science and education from global leaders and earn CME.
new teaching and testing techniques into your presentations to better
engage adult learners, particularly physicians, in your curriculum.