Medical Students, Graduate Students, Residents, and Fellows are part of a critical segment of Neuroradiology — those who will move the field forward in the years to come. We hope you find this collections of resources valuable during your time in training.
ASNR Members-in-training (MIT) Benefits
The ASNR encourages Neuroradiology Fellows to take advantage of the valuable resources available from the only society dedicated to serving the needs of those involved in neuroimaging, neurointervention, and related neurosciences. ASNR offers free membership while in a one- or two-year Neuroradiology fellowship.
The ASNR recognizes that Residents, Medical Students, and Graduate Students are part of a critical segment of Neuroradiology—those who will move the field forward in years to come. We likewise recognize that it is vital to get involved in the ASNR early in your training programs, by following the four-part mission of clinical training, research, medical education, and leadership. Residents, Medical Students, and Graduate Students are crucial to the future viability of the field of Neuroradiology. Therefore, the ASNR offers free membership to Residents, Medical Students, and Graduate Students throughout the course of their training.
ASNR Members-In-Training have the opportunity to be awarded one of 15 MIT Travel Grants, offering free Annual Meeting registration and a $1,000 travel reimbursement. Eligibility is limited to those who have submitted an abstract for a scientific oral presentation and plan to attend the meeting in person and is awarded based on abstract ranking.
The ASNR Annual Meeting presents a unique opportunity to interact with the Neuroradiology community, all at a substantially-discounted rate for Members-In-Training (MIT).
Attendance at the ASNR Annual Meeting provides access to approximately 2,000 professionals in the Neuroradiology community.
Opportunities to submit abstracts for scientific oral presentations, electronic scientific posters, electronic excerpta poster, and electronic educational exhibits are all available to trainees.
Multiple opportunities exist to obtain grant funding through the Foundation of the ASNR grant program.
Geared toward trainees, the goal of the Trainee Research Grant in Neuroradiology is to support and to foster high quality, in-depth neuroradiology research among trainees (residents and fellows) who are committed to neuroradiology.
As a member, you’ll receive free access to all material in Education Connection, the education portal for the ASNR. Unique training materials, including the Neuroradiology Fellowship Curriculum, provide comprehensive material for the neuroradiologist-in-training.
The ASNR Neuroradiology Core Education is ASNR’s online lectures series aimed at covering fundamental concepts in neuroradiology. The target audience for this educational effort is Neuroradiology fellows and residents focused on Neuroradiology. This lecture series is an excellent resource for anyone interested in a Neuroradiology review. This video content increasingly spans the full breadth of neuroradiology, with continued contributions from top experts in the field.
Members-in-Training receive online access to the American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR), the preeminent peer-reviewed journal in Neuroradiology. AJNR furthers knowledge in all aspects of neuroimaging, head and neck imaging, and spine imaging for neuroradiologists, radiologists, trainees, scientists, and associated professionals through print and/or electronic publication of quality peer-reviewed articles that lead to the highest standards in patient care, research, and education and to promote discussion of these and other issues through its electronic activities.
AJNR publishes 12 issues per year, with more than 300 fully reviewed original research papers, review articles, clinical reports, and brief/technical notes in a typical year.
A newer offering, the Comprehensive Neuroradiology Course is a 2.75 day intensive, image-rich review of neuroradiology taught by award-winning educators. This high-yield, practical course covers the essentials of neuroradiology practice, including adult brain imaging, head and neck imaging, spine imaging, pediatric neuroradiology, and advanced imaging techniques in neuroradiology.
ASNR offers a variety of volunteer opportunities throughout the year for members to get involved in helping shape the future of the Society. From serving on a committee to participating in surveys and focus groups to helping share messages on social media, there are myriad opportunities to use your time and talent in impactful and meaningful ways.