Upcoming RSNA Events and Meetings

RSNA offers a variety of in-person and online events, workshops and meetings designed to meet the needs of today’s radiologist


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Webinar: The Radiologist’s Role in Diagnosing Lung Toxicity from Anti-Cancer Drugs

Sept. 12

Noon CT

Registration opening soon


Enhance your understanding of interstitial lung disease (ILD)/pneumonitis related to anti-cancer drugs during this free, one-hour webinar sponsored by AstraZeneca and Daiichi Sankyo.


Leading experts will share best practices and valuable insight related to ILD/pneumonitis risk factors, early diagnosis, the radiologist’s role within multi-disciplinary teams, and the monitoring and management of potential toxicity.


To learn more, visit RSNA.org/Education/Upcoming-Education-Events.

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Workshop 1: Sept. 12-13, RSNA headquarters

Workshop 2: March 4, 2025, Virtual

Registration deadline: Aug. 1


RSNA’s new Applying Comparative Effectiveness and Quality Improvement Research and Education (ACQUIRE) Program, will help participants gain tools for research in health care delivery and clinical effectiveness along with practical skills, peer support and mentored research in the form of an intensive hybrid learning program.


Instruction includes 11/2 days in person at RSNA headquarters and a 1/2 day virtually. Select from three available program tracks:

  • Evidence Synthesis/Quality Improvement
  • Observational Research/ Health Care Delivery Science
  • Economic Evaluation/Decision Science


Participants may select one track per cycle and may register for additional tracks over consecutive cycles. Registered participants are responsible for all travel expenses and onsite hotel accommodations.


Access additional information and registration details. Questions? Contact RSNA staff at dor@rsna.org.

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Advanced Course in Grant Writing

First session Sept. 19-20

RSNA headquarters and virtual

Application Deadline: July 15


Applications are being accepted for the Advanced Course in Grant Writing (AGW), a course designed to help participants prepare and submit a National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, or equivalent grant application. AGW will consist of four one-day sessions:


Session I – Sept. 19-20, 2024 (in person)

Session II – Nov. 7-8, 2024 (virtual)

Session III – Jan. 30-31, 2025 (virtual)

Session IV – April 24-25, 2025 (in person)


Accepted participants are responsible for travel expenses for each in-person session. Hotel accommodations will be provided by RSNA. The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) Foundation will provide up to four travel awards for selected interventional radiology participants. Sponsored applicants must be SIR members.


There are no course fees. Learn more and apply today.


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Spotlight Course: The Current State of Emergency Radiology: An Interactive Course

Oct. 2

Santiago, Chile

Registration open


Led by expert, bilingual English/Spanish-speaking faculty, the one-day course will provide an up-to-date review of traumatic and non-traumatic emergency radiology.

Attendees will learn about key injuries requiring surgical or endovascular intervention and specific imaging findings that may affect interventional decision-making. Faculty will share practical tips for maximizing the efficiency and accuracy of imaging interpretation and insights into potential imaging pitfalls.

The course consists of didactic lectures, interactive sessions, small group discussions and case study review. It takes place on Wednesday, Oct. 2, in partnership with the Sociedad Chilena de Radiologia. An early bird registration rate is available to the first 25 registrants.

For more information and to register, visit RSNA.org/Spotlight.



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RSNA 2024

Building Intelligent Connections

Dec 1-5

Chicago McCormick Place

RSNA 2024 will center on the bright horizon of radiology and the important role AI plays in empowering radiologists into the future. With ongoing shortages in the health care workforce, many radiologists face unsustainable workloads. The risk of burnout and job  dissatisfaction is real, but solutions are within our reach. By intentionally and intelligently building the right connections between people and technology, radiologists can redefine collaborative care.


When integrated ethically and appropriately, AI can elevate the work of the radiologist. It can serve as a collaborator and a supportive tool to aid us as we improve the care we provide our patients.


As radiology’s largest gathering, the meeting will provide ample opportunities to learn about best practices and cutting-edge scientific research across the field, network and problem solve with peers from around the world, and explore new innovations and technologies in the Technical Exhibits.


Hotel accommodation reservations for the meeting are open at RSNA.org/Hotel-Reservations. Early reservations give you the best access to discounted pricing and your preferred hotel selection.

January 2025

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Clinical Trials Methodology Workshop

January 4-10, 2025
Hilton Santa Monica Hotel and Suites

Applications open

Learn to develop protocols for the clinical evaluation of imaging modalities during the six-day Clinical Trails Methodology Workshop. Each trainee will be expected to develop a protocol for a clinical study, ready to include in an application for external funding.

Participants will be selected through a competitive application process. Familiarity with basic concepts and techniques of statistics and study design is required of all applicants. Successful applicants will participate in advance preparation, didactic sessions, one-on-one mentoring, small-group discussion sessions, self-study and individual protocol development.

There are no fees associated with this workshop and participants are responsible for all travel expenses and hotel accommodations. The Society of Interventional Radiology Foundation (SIRF) will provide up to four travel awards for selected interventional radiology participants (sponsored applicants must be SIR members).

For applications and additional information, visit RSNA.org/CTMW or contact RSNA staff at dor@rsna.org.