Through collaborative efforts between the RSNA R&E Foundation and the Foundations of
the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) and the Association of University Radiologists
(AUR), two new grant awards were named in 2013.
The goal of the ASNR/
RSNA Research Scholar
Grant is to fund additional
research in neuroradiology
and to help prepare
the next generation of
to become fully funded
their own research programs.
Howard A. Rowley,
M.D., Chair of The Foundation
of the ASNR said,
“I am happy to announce
Michael M. Zeineh,
M.D., Ph.D., of Stanford University is
the first recipient of the ASNR/RSNA
Research Scholar Grant for his project
‘Multimodal MRI to Detect Brain Injury
in Athletes’—a great start to what we
hope will be a long and
The AUR/RSNA Education Scholar
Grant will help build the careers of those
interested in advancing the science of
radiology education, and provide the
means for development of new educational
Kimberly A. Applegate, M.D., Chair
of the AUR R&E Foundation said, “The
AUR R&E Foundation is thrilled to participate
in this venture to leverage funds
for the benefit of radiology. We look forward
to providing valuable mentorship to
Dr. Chun-Der L. Li and Dr. Tessa Cook
as they venture forward on their exciting
project, ‘High-Fidelity Simulated Environment
for Assessment of Radiology
Residents Prior to Independent Call’.”
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