Become an ASNR Member
Shall be a radiologist certified by the American Board of Radiology, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC), The American Osteopathic College of Radiology, or other Board or Tribunal which, in the judgment of the Executive Committee, is of equivalent rank.
Shall have completed a one year ACGME- or RCPSC-approved Neuroradiology fellowship program and passage of the ABR Subspecialty Certification exam in Neuroradiology and shall be engaged in the active practice of Neuroradiology in North America, devoting at least 50 percent (exclusive of administrative duties) to the professional practice of Neuroradiology.
Research Scientist Members who actively participate in the Society may be invited by a majority vote of the Executive Committee to be elevated to Senior membership, provided they meet the following criteria:
- Must be an ASNR member for 3 years
- Must actively participate in the Society, as defined by at least 2 of the following 4 criteria:
- Attend a minimum of 2 ASNR Annual Meetings
- Present an invited lecture at an ASNR Annual Meeting
- Present an abstract or poster at an ASNR Annual Meeting
- Participate on an ASNR committee
Shall be other neuroradiologists, scientists (master's degree, or higher [PhD] radiologists and physicians including non-radiologists/clinicians with an interest in Neuroradiology who do not meet the criteria for Senior membership.
Shall be any physicist (Ph.D.) or neuroscientist (M.S., Ph.D.) with an interest and/or position relevant to Neuroradiology or Radiology, and who may not fulfill the requirments for Senior membership.
Shall be a physician in an ACGME- or RCPSC-accredited (Canadian) Radiology residency program, Neuroradiology fellowship program, or medical student or graduate (PhD) student, or post-doctoral fellow within five years of doctoral degree.
International Outreach Member
Shall be radiologists/neuroradiologists in developing countries with an annual per-person GDP of $10,000 or less.
Study Group Member
Join one or more of three Study Groups: Clinical Translation of Functional and Diffusion MRI, Imaging Genomics, and Intracranial and Cervical Vessel Wall Imaging