RSNA Seeks Radiology: In Training Editorial Board Members

Apply by June 1 for unique opportunity to serve on a journal editorial board

Radiology, RSNA’s premier peer-reviewed journal, is seeking applications from radiology residents and fellows for positions on the Radiology: In Training Editorial Board. Terms on the editorial board will begin on July 1, 2020. 


During their one-year term, editorial board members will:

  • Learn about editing, reviewing and promoting radiology research.
  • Participate in peer review in up to four manuscripts each year.
  • Author social media content, including Tweetorials, videos and the editor's blog.
  • Interact with the Radiology editorial board during content production.
  • Solicit and participate in peer review of established article types, such as Diagnosis Please and Images, along with new article types, including Research in Practice and Trainee Perspectives.
  • Participate in monthly teleconferences with the Radiology Editor, David Bluemke, MD, PhD, and Deputy Editor, Susanna I. Lee, MD, PhD.

Applicants must be in training in a residency, fellowship, graduate degree program or postdoctoral fellowship in radiology, nuclear medicine and the imaging sciences throughout their editorial board term. They should have strong critical-thinking skills, a mastery of written English and experience in scientific writing. They should also have a track record of amplifying imaging science content on social media with a solid knowledge of research design and basic biostatistics. 

To apply, applicants should submit a:

  • Copy of their CV, including a list of professional social media accounts
  • Link to a Tweetorial and/or a video featuring themselves discussing a recent Radiology article
  • Signed letter of support from an onsite program director of department chair at their program

Applicants must be RSNA members currently and throughout their term. Submit materials at the Radiology: In Training application site by June 1. 


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