Detall de la convocatòria


Objectiu de la convocatòria
Recognizing that there are instances when the educational needs of an international institution are best served by having an individual faculty member study at a North American institution, the RSNA Committee on International Radiology Education (CIRE), established the RSNA Derek Harwood-Nash International Fellowship.
The CIRE has developed a roster of host academic centers in the US and Canada where fellows may observe procedures and participate in conferences relating to their area(s) of special interest.
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El personal de l'IMIM i el PSMAR que necessiteu més informació adreceu-vos a:
Servei de Recerca. C/ Doctor Aiguader, 88. 08003-Barcelona. Tel.: 93.316.04.00.
Carol Barnwell: Ext.1670
Marta López:, Ext.: 1576
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Interested candidates must be promising international radiology scholars who have completed their radiology training, are embarking on a career in academic radiology (i.e. have held a faculty position for 3 to 10 years), and who demonstrate that their specific educational goals can be met most appropriately by a course of study in a North American institution.
Qualified candidates must also specify how the knowledge and experience gained from this fellowship will benefit and improve the practice of radiology in both the home institution and the radiological community.
English proficiency is required.
The RSNA will provide a stipend to cover travel and modest living expenses, and education materials.
In addition, each fellow will receive a 1-year complimentary subscription to the RSNA journals Radiology and RadioGraphics, on return to his or her home country.
6- to 12-weeks
Please email your completed application as well as the required documentation listed below to Signed documents may also be sent via email.
Alternatively, application materials may be sent via mail to the address noted on page 2 to arrive by the July 1, 2016 application deadline.

1. A copy of your curriculum vitae.
2. A letter from your home institution that describes what institutional needs will be met by study in North America.
3. A letter from the national radiologic society of your country confirming current membership and/or attendance at its meeting in the past two years.
4. Proof of proficiency in English (a TOEFL or equivalent test score taken within the last two years). For applicants of countries where English is an official language, no TOEFL test is required, but the letter from your home institution must attest to your verbal fluency in English.
5. A documented list of academic productivity, research, and involvement in trainee education.
6. An additional letter of reference (optional).


Application Form