Thank you to all who presented their work during RSNA 2023!
Become a presenter at RSNA 2024
Feeling inspired by the scientific and educational content from the annual meeting? Shine a light on your research and present your work during RSNA 2024!
We are looking for thought leaders to provide scientific presentations, education exhibits and quality improvement reports.
Submissions open Feb. 21, 2024. Additional information will be added to this page closer to the open date.
RSNA 2024 abstract submission
Submissions open: Feb. 21, 2024, noon CT
Submissions close: May 1, 2024, noon CT
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Types of abstracts
Hypothesis-driven research that may be submitted as a paper to be presented orally or as a digital poster.
Education exhibits should be designed to teach or review topics related to medical imaging. They may be presented as digital posters or standalone exhibits.
Quality improvement report
A presentation of quality assessment and improvement initiatives aimed at improving patient care in radiology. Reports may be presented as hardcopy or digital posters and all require an oral presentation.
Abstract submission overview
Submit abstracts for consideration using an online submission program, which allows you to save and edit your work during the submission period. All abstracts must be submitted online by the posted deadlines in order to be considered for acceptance.
You retain the copyright of your content and agree to give RSNA a limited, nonexclusive, royalty-free license to present and archive the content.
Abstract review process
Kuo York Chynn neuroradiology research award
Trainee research prizes
Education exhibit awards
Quality improvement report awards
RSNA CME Activity Disclosure
Disclosure Refusal Statement
As an ACCME-accredited provider, the RSNA must ensure that education is fair and balanced and that any clinical content presented supports safe, effective patient care. The ACCME defines ineligible companies as "those whose primary business is producing, marketing, selling, re-selling, or distributing healthcare products used by or on patients."
Further, the provider must be able to show that individuals in a position to control the content of an education activity, including committee members, reviewers, planners, authors, and presenters, has disclosed all financial relationships with ineligible companies to the provider. Individuals in a position to control the content must disclose regardless of their view of the relevance of the relationship to the education. The provider must identify, mitigate, and disclose all identified financial relationships to an education activity being delivered to the learners.
If you have or have had within the previous 24 months such a relationship or affiliation, you must disclose this information. Likewise, disclosure that no relationship(s) exists is also required. The intent of this policy is not to prevent an individual with a financial relationship from participating; however, in accordance with ACCME standards, the RSNA has developed policies and procedures to manage identified financial relationships.