I am a

PRIVATE PRACTICE

Neuroradiologist

Private practice members form a vital core of ASNR membership. These members identify as performing most of their neuroradiological duties outside of academic institutions in freestanding imaging centers and community hospitals.

Private Practice Neuroradiologist Benefits

ASNR members receive significant discounts on education registration, from the ASNR Annual Meeting to the Comprehensive Neuroradiology Course, one our newest offerings.

ASNR has a dedicated health policy team and advisors who focus on advocating for neuroradiology including particiapting in the CPT® Editorial Panel, AMA Specialty Society Relative Value Scale Update Committee, and analyzing CMS proposed and final rules.

ASNR offers free, biweekly webinars on the latest issues facing neuroradiologists. Webinars can be viewed live on Wednesdays, then accessed anytime on-demand via ASNR’s Education Connection. 

ASNR’s Career Center allows you to post open positions and search for candidates with ease,  which means you can meet your recruitment goals and attract top talent to your organization.

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.

Both in-person and virtual opportunities exist for you to connect with your peers. Whether you have a question related to neuroradiology or running your business, know that you have a trusted group of colleagues you can turn to.

Attendance at the ASNR Annual Meeting provides access to approximately 2,000 professionals in the Neuroradiology community.

Members 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.