WFNRS Travel Grant Deadline Is January 31
The World Federation of Neuroradiological Societies (WFNRS) is beginning its 2019 travelling grant program for attending major neuroradiological meetings. The
HPC Corner: Are You PAMA Prepared?…What the H?
Author: Jacqueline A Bello MD, FACR ASNR past President, Chair, ACR Commission on Q&S The History: The Protecting Access to
NOW AVAILABLE: 12/10/18 ABR OLA Webcast (approx. 25 mins.)
View the webinar recorded by ABR leadership about the new ABR OLA program, which replaces the every ten-year MOC exam.
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Joshua A. Hirsch MD FACR, FSIR, FSNIS is Vice President of ASNR and a senior affiliate research fellow at the
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