RSNA promotes excellence in patient care and health care delivery through education, research and technologic innovation.
Who we are
The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is a non-profit organization with over 52,000 members from 153 countries around the world.
We provide high-quality educational resources, including continuing education credits toward physicians’ certification maintenance, host the world’s largest radiology conference and publish five top peer-reviewed journals: Radiology, RadioGraphics, Radiology: Artificial Intelligence, Radiology: Cardiothoracic Imaging and Radiology: Imaging Cancer.
We are dedicated to building the future of our profession, whether that's through our Research & Education Foundation, which has funded $60 million in grants since its inception, our solutions to support standards development or educational outreach to low-resource nations.
RSNA by the numbers
We make a significant impact throughout the radiological community and in our members’ careers.
CME credits awarded since 2000
Premier radiological journals
Grant funding awarded since 1984
"As an RSNA leader, my goals include advancing the appropriate development and use of radiologic technologies, particularly in relation to artificial intelligence, and assisting with education and radiology development in under-resourced areas of the world. I am honored to have the opportunity to serve our patients, our specialty and the RSNA."
— RSNA President James P. Borgstede, MD
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Interested in a career at RSNA?We're always looking for talented and enthusiastic people to join our team. Whether you’re interested in information technology, finance, sales, marketing, event planning or something else — we’d love to hear from you.
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We would like to gratefully acknowledge the businesses that contribute to the ongoing success of our Society. RSNA values these partnerships, which help keep radiology at the forefront of science and technology.