Involvement opportunities

We offer a variety of ways for RSNA members to get involved. Whether you have a few days each month or can contribute more time on a larger scale, RSNA has opportunities that fit every busy radiologist's schedule.

Why get involved?

  • Broaden your knowledge of and nurture your interest in the different aspects of radiology
  • Gain strong leadership skills
  • Expand your network and make critical connections to support your professional growth
  • Learn how RSNA supports the specialty
  • Identify health care trends that will move RSNA into the future

Learn more about the ways to get involved with RSNA.


Join the many dedicated professionals who volunteer their time and expertise to help the growth and future direction of RSNA. Whether your interests lie in research and education or in supporting the scientific assembly or publications, you will find an opportunity to suit your interest and availability. Learn more about the committees and complete an application.

Are you a member of an RSNA committee? Access your committee meeting agendas, download useful resources and collaborate with fellow committee members through our online community platform, Higher Logic. 

Present at the annual meeting

Presenting your research at the RSNA annual meeting is a prestigious accomplishment and an invaluable career asset. Shaping the scientific and educational content of each RSNA annual meeting is an 11-month process that involves thousands of researchers, volunteer reviewers and committee members. If you are selected to present your peer-reviewed abstracts, you will join a highly respected group of researchers from around the globe.

3D Printing Special Interest Group

RSNA is proud to offer a 3D Printing Special Interest Group (SIG) to promote high quality 3D printing for medical applications via education, research and collaboration. The group seeks to provide physicians and allied health scientists with optimized education and research programs in this diverse and growing specialty. Learn more about 3D printing's implications for radiology and and how to be a part of this group.

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