ACR Fellowship Round-Up
Take a look at the opportunities the ACR has to offer.
Want to know more about the College and build your resume at the same time? Apply for a fellowship.
Ranging from a government relations to scholarly publishing, ACR fellowships provide members with opportunities to experience critical areas of the College. Check out what you can apply for below.
The Hillman Fellowship is designed to provide a concentrated, two-week experience in medical journalism and publishing for a qualified staff radiologist. The goal is to sufficiently engage talented junior and mid-career radiologists to encourage them to pursue some aspect of medical journalism as part of their careers. Applications due August 31.
The E. Stephen Amis, Jr., MD, Fellowship in Quality and Safety, sponsored by the Commission on Quality and Safety, will provide the opportunity for two radiology residents or fellows to obtain direct exposure to the functions of the Department of Quality and Safety at the ACR. Applications due March 31. (Mark your calendar for next year!)
The Rutherford-Lavanty Fellowship, founded in 1993, provides radiology residents direct exposure to ACR government relations activities. Applications due June 16.
The James M. Moorefield, MD, Economics Fellowship, sponsored by the ACR's Economics & Health Policy Department, provides radiology residents direct exposure to the ACR's economics activities. Applications due June 1.
The Valerie P. Jackson Education Fellowship provides the opportunity for a radiology or radiation oncology resident, fellow, community or academic radiologist, radiation oncologist, or medical physicist. Applicants may also include educators with a specific interest in the field of radiology, radiation oncology, or medical physics with the goal of gaining direct exposure to the operations of the Education Department at the ACR. Applications due fall 2017.