1891 Preston White Drive, Attn. Jan T. Cox
Jan T. Cox, PHR
Michael C. Brunner, MD, FACR
The primary objective of the AMA Section Council on Radiology is to unify radiologic organizations as a significant force for radiology in the American Medical Association, to promote positive aspects of the specialty of radiology in the House of Delegates, and to promote mutual understanding between the AMA and the specialty of radiology in all its aspects and/or disciplines.
c/o The Association of University Radiologists, 820 Jorie Blvd
Laurie May (Account Manager)
Victor Sai, MD
Gautham Reddy, MD (Senior Faculty Advisor)
The American Alliance of Academic Chief Residents in Radiology (A3CR2) is a robust community whose mission is to develop leadership skills in chief residents, to foster the collaboration of chief residents with each other and with the leaders of academic radiology, and to advance the interests of radiology residents in the affairs of organized medicine.
1891 Preston White Drive
Margaret Szabunio, MD, FACR
The mission is to: provide a forum for issues unique to women in radiology, radiation oncology and related professions; sponsor programs that promote opportunities for women; and facilitate networking among members and other professionals.
1631 Prince Street
Angela R. Keyser
Melissa Carol Martin, MS, FAAPM, FACMP
Bruce H. Curran, MEng, FAAPM, FACMP
The mission of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine is to advance the science, education and professional practice of Medical Physics; a broad-based scientific and professional discipline which encompasses physical principles with applications in biology and medicine. With 8,717 members in 95 countries, AAPM supports the Medical Physics community with a focus on advancing patient care through education, improving safety and efficacy of radiation oncology and medical imaging procedures through research, and the maintenance of professional standards. AAPM has a staff of 30 and an annual budget of 11.5M, and is located at 1631 Prince Street, Alexandria, VA 22314.
AAPM publishes two scholarly journals Medical Physics, and the Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics (JACMP), as well as an AAPM Report Series. AAPM sponsors three scientific meetings each year, a spring clinical meeting, a main summer annual meeting, and a fall scientific meeting (joint with the Radiological Society of North America). AAPM membership information and application forms are available online.
4555 Forest Park Boulevard, Suite 119
George M. Segall, M.D.
Joanna R. Fair, MD, PhD
The American Board of Nuclear Medicine is the primary certifying organization for nuclear medicine in the United States. The Board serves the public through assurance of high quality patient care by establishing standards of training, initial certification, and continuing competence of physicians providing nuclear medicine diagnostic and therapeutic services.
5441 E Williams Circle
Gary J. Becker, MD
James P. Borgstede, MD
The mission of The American Board of Radiology is to serve patients, the public, and the medical profession by certifying that its diplomates have acquired, demonstrated, and maintained a requisite standard of knowledge, skill, and understanding essential to the practice of diagnostic radiology, radiation oncology, and radiologic physics.
12100 Sunset Hills Rd, Suite 130
Bradley Prestidge, MD, MS
The mission of the ABS is to benefit patients by providing information directly to the consumer, by promoting the highest possible standards of practice of brachytherapy, and to benefit health care professionals by encouraging improved and continuing education for radiation oncologists and other health care professionals involved in the treatment of cancer. Additionally, the ABS seeks to promote clinical and laboratory research into the frontiers of knowledge of the specialty and to study the socioeconomic aspects of the practice of brachytherapy.
1850 Samuel Morse Drive
Hossein Jadvar, MD, PhD, MBA, MPH, FACNM
ACNM’s mission is to foster the highest standards in Nuclear Medicine consultation and service to referring physicians, hospitals, and the public, advance the science of Nuclear Medicine through study, education, and improvement of the socioeconomic aspects of the practice of Nuclear Medicine and thereby to improve Nuclear Medicine consultation and service and to promote the continuing competence and socioeconomic awareness of practitioners of Nuclear Medicine through a program of continuing professional development emphasizing high standards of Nuclear Medicine practice.
William T. Thorwarth Jr., MD, FACR
Alan D. Kaye, MD, FACR
James A. Brink, MD, FACR
To serve patients and society by empowering members to advance the practice, science and professions of radiological care.
ACR Core Values: Leadership, Integrity, Quality, Innovation
14750 Sweitzer Ln Suite 100
Glynis V. Harvey, CAE
Brian D. Coley, MD
Advancing the safe and effective use of ultrasound in medicine.
Our Vision - The AIUM, also known as the Association for Medical Ultrasound, is a multidisciplinary professional association dedicated to advancing its mission by providing education, fostering best practices, and facilitating research. We believe that utilizing ultrasound first results in safe, effective, and affordable medical imaging that improves patient care.
119 East Second Street
Carol L. Houston
Michael Keleher, DO
The AOCR is committed to advancing the practice of radiology by promoting excellence in education, research and the delivery of quality, cost-effective healthcare while embracing the tenets of osteopathic medicine. The society seeks to foster closer solidarity and greater cooperation among radiologists, other branches of medicine and allied healthcare professionals.
11300 West Olympic Blvd, Suite 600
The American Radium Society promotes the study of cancer in all of its aspects, encourages liaison among the various medical specialists and allied scientists concerned with the treatment of cancer and continues scientific study of the treatment of the cancer patient through its annual meeting and educational publications.
44211 Slatestone Court
Ms. Susan B. Cappitelli, MBA, CAE
Jonathan S. Lewin, MD
The mission of the Society is to improve health through a community committed to advancing knowledge and skills in radiology.
8280 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive, Suite 500
Bruce G. Haffty, MD, FASTRO
Colleen A.F. Lawton, MD, FASTRO
ASTRO is the premier radiation oncology society in the world, with more than 10,000 members who are physicians, nurses, biologist, physicists, radiation therapists, dosimetrists and other health care professionals that specialize in treating patients with radiation therapies. As the leading organization in radiation oncology, the Society is dedicated to improving patient care through professional education and training, support for clinical practice and health policy standards, advancement of science and research, and advocacy. ASTRO publishes two medical journals, International Journal of Radiation Oncology•Biology•Physics (www.redjournal.org) and Practical Radiation Oncology (www.practicalradonc.org); developed and maintains an extensive patient website, www.rtanswers.org; and created the Radiation Oncology Institute (www.roinstitute.org), a non-profit foundation to support research and education efforts around the world that enhance and confirm the critical role of radiation therapy in improving cancer treatment. To learn more about ASTRO, visit www.astro.org.
4550 Post Oak Place, Suite 342
Lynne K. Tiras, CMP
Susan D. John, MD, FACR
The mission of the American Society of Emergency Radiology is to advance the quality of diagnosis and treatment of acutely ill or injured patients by means of medical imaging and to enhance teaching and research in Emergency Radiology.
800 Enterprise Drive, Suite 205
(630) 574-0220 ext 226
Michelle Michel, MD
Yoshimi Anzai, MD
To advance knowledge, stimulate interest, and promote research in the field of head and neck imaging, to improve methods of teaching head and neck radiologic diagnosis, to provide meetings for the presentation of papers and the dissemination of knowledge, and to foster the continuing development of head and neck imaging as an art and science.
800 Enterprise Dr., Suite 205
James Gantenberg, FACHE
Pamela W. Schaefer, MD
The American Society of Neuroradiology is an organization of neuroradiologists and related professionals, dedicated to maximizing the benefits of neuroradiology to patients and other providers by promoting the highest standards for training and practice, and fostering research in the field.
Meng Law, M.D., MBBS, FRACR
To develop, foster and support high standards of practice, research and education in spine imaging and image guided spine interventions, to stimulate the development of spine imaging and image guided spine interventions both as distinct entities and as significant constituent parts of neuroradiology, to promote a close fellowship and exchange of ideas amongst neuroradiologists, radiologists, physicians, surgeons, and scientists interested in the spine, to promote close cooperation between the Society and other appropriate societies or associations in radiology, neuroradiology, and related sciences, to advance the objectives and purposes of the Society by sponsoring, encouraging and electing neuroradiologists interested in spine imaging or image guided spine interventions to prominent position in the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) and in kindred scientific organizations, and to provide meetings for the dissemination of knowledge by presentation of scientific papers, lectures, discussion, fora, etc. either as part of the Annual Scientific Meeting of the ASNR, and/or independent of that meeting but with the support of the ASNR.
820 Jorie Boulevard
Jocelyn D. Chertoff, MD, MS
The Association of Program Directors in Radiology is an organization of residency and fellowship program directors and coordinators with the common goal of optimizing the educational experience for our trainees. Through an annual meeting, periodic communications, and material on its website, APDR enhances the professional capabilities of its members, provides them with the tools necessary to comply with regulatory requirements of the Residency Review Committee and the American Board of Radiology, and facilitates effective communication with those organizations and others with common interests.
The objectives of ARRO are to formalize resident input into professional organizations affecting radiation oncology residents, to disseminate information and to foster communication among residents. The governing body of ARRO is an Executive Committee consisting of three junior and three senior radiation oncology residents. Membership is free and automatic to all residents and clinical fellows in accredited radiation oncology programs in the United States.
Ruth C. Carlos, MD, MS
The AUR is committed to advancing the interests of academic radiology, enhancing careers in academic radiology and advancing radiological science, research and education.
600-294 Albert Street
Dr. James Fraser
The Canadian Association of Radiologists is the national voice of radiology committed to promoting the highest standards in patient-centered imaging, lifelong learning and research. Our physician members are respected as the experts in using diagnostic and therapeutic interventional imaging technology to promote safe, efficient and quality healthcare for Canadians.
William D. Travis, MD
The Fleischner Society is a collegial, multidisciplinary, international thoracic imaging society dedicated to promoting education and research directed to innovative patient care, to fostering the continuing development of the clinical specialty of chest imaging as an art and a science, to improving the methods of teaching radiologic diagnosis of chest disease, and to stimulating interest in the study of chest diseases and research in chest imaging.
Two Woodfield Lake 1100 E Woodfield Road Suite 350
WJ Weiser & Associates
Mark A. Davies, MD
The mission of the International Skeletal Society is to bring together, through an educational non-profit society, radiologists, pathologists, orthopedic surgeons and other specialists dedicated to the furtherance of the art and science of musculoskeletal imaging and to the understanding, diagnosis and therapy of musculoskletal disorders. It accomplishes this by providing a forum for the exchange of knowledge and ideas among ISS members and between members and non-members, providing continuing education in the field of musculoskeletal disorders, maintaining a journal as the official publication of the society and fostering the development of groups or societies in countries and regions where the diagnosis and clinical management of musculoskeletal disorders remain subordinate.
2030 Addison Street, Suite 700
Roberta A. Kravitz
Thomas M. Grist, M.D.
ISMRM is an international, interdisciplinary society united by a common interest in the science, technology and application of magnetic resonance in medicine and related fields. It represents basic and clinical scientists developing new magnetic resonance techniques and applications, clinicians with a strong interest in magnetic resonance science and application, and technologists seeking to improve their understanding of magnetic resonance. The Society serves its membership directly as well as practitioners and their patients, regulatory and governmental agencies, and industry. The Society provides a forum for magnetic resonance science in medicine, fosters the development of new science and its application to health care, communicates new developments in magnetic resonance science, provides a range of educational opportunities, and promotes the field.
S. Bruce Greenberg, MD
North American Society for Cardiovascular Imaging is a scientific, educational and professional organization dedicated to the advancement of Cardiovascular Imaging. The objectives of the Society shall be: 1)To encourage the development and dissemination of knowledge regarding Cardiovascular Imaging, 2)To contribute to the active continuing education of its membership and the Medical Community, and 3) To promote the study, research and clinical practice of Cardiovascular Imaging
820 Jorie Blvd
Mark G. Watson
Valerie P. Jackson, MD
Mary C. Mahoney, MD
The RSNA promotes excellence in patient care and health care delivery through education, research and technologic innovation.
6354 Lawrie Ave
Darryl R. Matthews, Sr.
Rahn K.Bailey, MD, FAPA
Tina Young Poussaint, MD
To promote the science and the art of radiological medicine and imaging. To ensure educational and professional liaison among the medical specialty and allied sciences especially for and by African-American radiologists. To promote among African-American radiology residents.
19440 Golf Vista Plaza, Suite 330
Anna Marie Mason
Paul G. Nagy, PhD, FSIIM, CIIP
The Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) is the leading healthcare professional organization representing the interests and goals of those who work with and whose work is affected by the rapidly changing world of imaging technologies and information management. SIIM seeks to spearhead research, education, and discovery of innovative solutions to advance imaging informatics, enable the best use of images throughout the healthcare enterprise, and improve the delivery and quality of patient care.
1891 Preston White Drive
Angela R. Davis, CAE
Taylor Chung, MD
Peter J. Strouse, MD, FACR
The Society for Pediatric Radiology is dedicated to fostering excellence in pediatric health care through imaging and image-guided care.
The Society for the Advancement of Women's Imaging was founded in 1993 as a for'um to promote a sub-specialty within diagnostic radiology devoted to the diagnostics and treatment of diseases and conditions unique to women. The Society also seeks to identify issues and guidelines to support residency and fellowship training and sponsor educational and scientific meetings that focus on women's imaging.
Judy Yee, MD, FACR
The purpose of the Society of Abdominal Radiology shall be to furnish leadership and to foster advances in diagnosis and intervention within the areas of gastrointestinal and genitourinary radiology, hereafter known as abdominal radiology; to afford a forum for the exchange of knowledge pertaining to research, practice, and education in abdominal radiology; to stimulate investigation and teaching in the methods of preventing and treating diseases within the abdomen and pelvis; to enhance the study and practice of abdominal radiology by establishing lectureships, scholarships, and foundations in abdominal radiology; to provide continuing medical education to community-based and academic-based radiologists through its annual course; to provide sponsorship for a variety of educational activities including providing joint sponsorship to those CME activities which seek to advance knowledge and competence in all phases of abdominal radiology, and which meet all Essential Areas and Elements and the Accreditation Policies of the ACCME.
Murray Rebner, MD
The Society of Breast Imaging Mission: (a) to establish a society for the improvement and dissemination of breast imaging (b) to improve the quality of medical education in the practice of breast imaging (c) to foster research in all aspects of breast imaging (d) to provide a medium for the exchange of ideas among radiologists involved with breast imaging (e) to provide meeting for presentation and discussion of papers and the dissemination of knowledge in the area of breast imaging and (f) to establish a channel for publication of scientific reports in the field of breast imaging.
The SCARD is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of the art and science of radiology by the promotion of medical education, research and patient care, the development of methods of undergraduate and graduate teaching in radiology and the provision of a forum for discussion of problems and mutual interest among radiology department chairpersons.
Susan M. Ascher, MD
The mission of the Society of Computed Body Tomography and Magnetic Resonance (SCBT-MR) is to improve patient care through the appropriate use of CT and MR by fostering innovative research and educating radiologists.
3975 Fair Ridge Drive, Suite 400N
Susan E. Sedory
Suresh Vedantham, M.D., FSIR
The mission of the Society of Interventional Radiology is to improve patient care through image-guided therapy. The vision is for interventional radiology to be the first choice for image-guided therapy.
Virginia Pappas, CAE
Frederic Fahey, DSc
To improve human health by advancing molecular imaging and therapy.
Mitchell E. Tublin, MD
William D. Middleton, MD, Chair, Program Committee
The mission of the Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound is to advance the science, practice, and teaching of ultrasound in radiology, advocating the use of this safe, reliable and accurate imaging modality to ensure the highest level of patient care.
Two Woodfield Lake, 1100 E Woodfield Road, Suite 350
The Society of Skeletal Radiology (SSR) is dedicated to the goal of encouraging and supporting the development of expertise in the subspecialty of musculoskeletal radiology. Society of Skeletal Radiology's CME efforts shall be to provide continuing medical education for practicing musculoskeletal radiologists via an annual scientific meeting.· The goals of this annual meeting are to encourage research activity and dissemination, stimulate collaboration among members, and refine subspecialty expertise. · Peer-reviewed papers will be given by society members covering such musculoskeletal topics as tumors, arthritis, sports medicine/trauma, metabolic/endocrine disease, spine topics, imaging techniques and procedures, resident/fellow education and socioeconomic issues. · Completed research, preliminary work, or simply ideas can be given a forum, with discussion encouraged. · Based on needs assessment, special topics panel discussions will be developed and presented.
1202 1/2 Seventh Street, NW, Suite 209
Eric Stern, MD
To promote excellence in cardiothoracic imaging and improve patient care through research and education.
1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW , Suite 601
Hedvig Hricak, MD
Academic Council Chair: Cheri Canon, MD. CIBR Chair: Steven E. Seltzer, MD
The Academy is committed to advancing research in medical imaging to promote the health and well-being of Americans. By engaging a community of developing and experienced imaging scientists, novel technology experts, and patients and their advocates, we promote shared learning and communication on both current research and future initiatives. We also inform the public and policy makers about how imaging and image-guided therapies translate into disease prevention, earlier and more accurate diagnoses, and improved quality of health care.
Two complementary initiatives call for radiologists to take an active role with their patients throughout the care process.