Introduction to Academic Radiology (ITAR)
Co-sponsored by RSNA, the Association of University Radiologists (AUR) and the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS), this in-person course shares the importance of research in diagnostic radiology and the excitement of academic careers in radiology. Participants will meet successful clinical radiology researchers, future colleagues and potential mentors.
Each department whose candidate is selected will be awarded a $1,000 grant. This money is intended to be used by the department to help advance the candidate's academic career.
- Introduce residents to academic radiology early in their residencies.
- Demonstrate the importance of research in radiologic sciences.
- Share the excitement of academic careers in radiology.
- Introduce residents to successful clinical radiology researchers, future colleagues and potential mentors
- Designing and planning clinical research
- Preparing a manuscript
- Comparative effectiveness research
- Career development
- Machine learning in radiology
This workshop is for residents in the second year of their residencies (PGY3) in a program based in the United States or Canada. We accept residents within radiology, radiation oncology and nuclear medicine specialties. Candidates must agree to attend all functions associated with the program and participate in a longitudinal study aimed to determine the program’s success.
Dates and locations
November 29 – December 4, 2020 in Chicago, IL OR at the ARRS annual meeting held April 18-23, 2021 in San Diego, CA.
RSNA will assign selected candidates to attend either program. The nomination form allows you to indicate preferred dates. We will do our best to honor a preference, but this is not guaranteed.
The application deadline for the 2019 workshop has passed. The nomination/application form for the 2020 program will be available March 2020.
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