The William W. Olmsted Editorial Fellowship for Trainees is for residents and fellows in training interested in scholarly publication and editorial processes at medical journal offices.
As an Olmsted 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 fellowship lasts for approximately one week. During this time, the Olmsted fellow will:
- Spend two days working with the editor of Radiology in Madison, Wisconsin
- Visit Phoenix to work with the editor of RadioGraphics for one day
- Meet 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 Olmsted Fellowship, you must:
- Be an RSNA member
- Still be in training (resident, fellow)
- Have a record of publications in scientific and/or educational peer-reviewed journals
Each department or institution should nominate only a single candidate for the fellowship in any given year. Interested individuals should coordinate their application with their department’s administration.
One fellow is selected each year and is awarded a stipend of $3,000 to cover travel, lodging and expenses.
Application and deadlines
Applications for the Olmsted Fellowship are now closed and will reopen again in 2022. For additional questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2020 Olmsted Fellow
Kaitlin Marie Marquis, MD, has been named the 2021 RSNA William W. Olmsted Trainee Editorial Fellow.
Dr. Marquis is chief resident at Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. She earned her medical degree from University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC), Kansas City, KS.
Dr. Marquis served on the RSNA 2020 RadioGraphics Resident Subspecialty Review Panel. She also served as a University of Kansas Medical Center student ambassador, as the director of radiology at the JayDoc Free Clinic, a student-run clinic providing non-emergency urgent and preventative care to the uninsured and underinsured populations of Kansas City through KUMC and as the research coordinator for the Department of Otolaryngology at KUMC. She is the author of six peer-reviewed manuscripts.
|2020 Anna Trofimova, MD, PhD||2012 Mai-Lan Ho, MD|
|2019 Matthew D. Alvin, MD||2011 Tara Ann Morgan, MD|
|2018 Elizabeth George, MD||2010 Amy M. Fowler, MD, PhD|
|2017 David Ballard, MD||2009 Samantha Lynn Heller, PhD, MD|
|2016 Karen Buch, MD||2008 Dino P. Massoglia, MD, PhD|
|2015 Manisha Bahl, MD||2007 Christopher Whitlow, MD, PhD|
|2014 Andrew Degnan, MD||2006 Anu Bansal, MD|
|2013 Sina Tavakoli, MD||2005 Joseph P. Erinjeri, MD, PhD|