The William R. Eyler Editorial Fellowship provides an opportunity for mid-career radiologists to further their experience in radiologic journalism by working with RSNA journal editors and publications staff.
As an Eyler fellow, you’ll learn about manuscript preparation and editing, peer review, journal production, printing and digital publishing. At the end of the fellowship, you'll complete a program evaluation and prepare a follow-up report on your experiences during and after the fellowship.
The 2022 application cycle is closed and will reopen again in 2023. Learn about the 2022 Eyler fellow below.
The fellowship lasts for approximately one month. During this time, the Eyler fellow will:
- Travel to Madison, Wisconsin, to work with the editor of Radiology
- Visit Phoenix to work with the editor of RadioGraphics
- Have a virtual visit with the editors of the RSNA subspecialty journals
- Tour the RSNA publications department in Oak Brook, Illinois, and learn about the production process
- Assist the editors and attend editorial meetings during the RSNA annual meeting in Chicago
To be eligible for the Eyler Fellowship, you must:
- Be an RSNA member
- Have accomplished at least three years of attending-level work at an academic institution
- Have served as a reviewer for a major imaging journal
- Be affiliated with a national radiologic society in your country
One Eyler fellow is selected each year and is awarded a stipend of $10,000 to cover the cost of transportation, lodging and meals during the fellowship.
Application and deadline
The 2022 application cycle is closed and will reopen again in 2023.
2022 Eyler fellow
Pejman Jabehdar Maralani, MD, has been named the 2022 RSNA William R. Eyler Editorial Fellow.
Dr. Maralani is a neuroradiologist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center in Toronto. He is also as an associate professor and clinician investigator in the Department of Medical Imaging, Division of Neuroradiology at the University of Toronto. Dr. Maralani earned his medical degree at Tehran University of Medical Sciences in Iran. He completed his residency in diagnostic radiology at the University of Ottawa, Ontario and a neuroradiology fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
Dr. Maralani has received several awards for outstanding teaching in radiology residency and neuroradiology fellowship programs and has been the primary supervisor for two RSNA R&E Foundation Research Medical Student Grant recipients. He serves as a manuscript reviewer for multiple journals including RadioGraphics. An experienced lecturer and researcher, Dr. Maralani has also authored or co-authored more than 80 peer-reviewed papers. In 2015 he established and has since maintained his own independently funded lab focused on the central nervous system and spine oncology.
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Past Eyler fellows
|2021 Prabhakar Rajiah, MBBS, MD||2007 Johannes T. Heverhagen, MD, PhD|
|2020 Shadpour Demehri, MD||2006 Jacob Sosna, MD|
|2019 Mariam Moshiri, MD||2005 Deborah Levine, MD|
|2018 Kathryn J. Fowler, MD||2004 Harris L. Cohen, MD, FACR|
|2017 Andrew Rosenkrantz, MD||2003 Giuseppe Guglielmi, MD|
|2016 Meike Willemijn Vernooij, MD, PhD||2002 Christoforos Stoupis, MD|
|2015 Rajesh Krishnamurthy, MD||2001 Theodore T. Miller, MD|
|2014 Matthew D.F. McInnes, MD||2000 Kimberly Applegate, MD, MS|
|2013 Mindy M. Horrow, MD||2000 Stephan Grampp, MD, PhD|
|2012 Birgit Ertl-Wagner, MD||1999 Douglas S. Katz, MD|
|2011 John A. Carrino, MD, MPH||1999 Hans-Joachim Wagner, MD, PhD|
|2010 Edward Y. Lee, MD, MPH||1998 Donald P. Frush, MD|
|2009 José M. García Santos, MD||1998 Wilfred C. G. Peh, MD, FRCP, FRCR|
|2008 Andrew R. Forauer, MD|