Gold Medal Award

PURPOSE: The Gold Medal Award is intended to foster the highest standards of the American Society of Neuroradiology, recognizing exceptional service and achievement. The Gold Medal is awarded on the basis of both professional and personal excellence, honoring individuals who are superb neuroradiologists, scientists, and/or physicians, and who also are truly outstanding people. Recipients will have consistently extended themselves beyond self-interest to make contributions that have benefited the entire field of neuroradiology.

ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES: Individuals who are clinicians, researchers, teachers, and/or well-recognized leaders in neuroradiology. Candidates are required to be ASNR members. Nominees should have made extraordinary contributions to enhance the development and/or stature of neuroradiology, including service to the Society. Nominees from the previous 3 years that have not received the award are automatically eligible for re-nomination.

EXCLUSIONS: Current Officers of the Society, members of the Advisory Council, members of the Awards Committee, and previous Gold Medal recipients are ineligible for nomination.

NOMINATION PROCESS: Only Senior members may submit nominations.

The Awards Committee will recommend up to 2 candidates to the Advisory Council, which will determine the winner(s) by majority vote.

DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS: The nomination period is now closed. Nominations must be submitted by Friday, October 20, 2023; 9:00 AM Central Time via the nomination form. Please be sure to indicate Gold Medal Award in the dropdown menu and attach your nomination letter (and nominee’s CV, if available, as a Word or pdf document.) Be sure to provide the qualifications of the candidate in detail

AWARD PRESENTATION: The 2024 Gold Medal will be awarded during the President’s Appreciation Gala at the ASNR 62nd Annual Meeting, Monday, May 20, 2024, in Las Vegas.

QUESTIONS: Contac tKaren Lyp at for any questions.

View previous recipients of the ASNR Gold Medal Award.