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    • Society Collaborations Result in New Grant Awards

      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 neuroradiology researchers to become fully funded physician-scientists with 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 incentives.

      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’.”