Volunteer for ASNR Committee Service

Would you like to get more involved in the ASNR?...

Are you looking to connect with and help ASNR members? Do you have valuable skills and perspectives that could benefit the ASNR? If your answer is “yes” to any of these questions, consider volunteering to serve on one of the following ASNR 2021-2022 committees. In exchange for your time and support, you will develop leadership skills and enhance your network, benefitting you both professionally and personally.

Terms of service will begin May 24, 2021. Most committee appointments are for terms of two years.

Current committee members whose terms expire on 5/24/2021 must re-apply if they wish to retain their positions. Re-appointments are not automatic. If you are uncertain when your term expires, please view your committee roster.


How to Apply

Select up to three committees from the choices below (Note: Most members will be appointed to no more than one or two committees). After selecting a committee, enter your relevant skills/experience in the box that appears for that committee. After selecting all the committees for which you would like to apply, click "Apply Now" and you will have the opportunity to rank order your choices.

Members will be notified of their committee appointments in February 2021. Appointments are for stated length (depending on committee, typically two years).

Computer, Science and Informatics Committee

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The Computer Science and Informatics Committee’s primary responsibility is to advise, support, and promote the ASNR education and programming that addresses the topic of computer science and informatics.
Time commitment
The committee shall hold conference calls as needed.

Corporate Partners Committee

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The Corporate Partners Committee’s primary purpose is to establish and maintain partnerships between industry and ASNR. Generate and solicit funding and support from industry for year-round educational and programmatic efforts.
Time commitment
The committee holds monthly conference calls and meets in-person twice annually.

Economics Committee

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The Economics Committee provides a forum for ASNR members to address coding, reimbursement, coverage concerns and represent the membership on issues related to reimbursement that are germane to neuroradiology, as policies change or new policies are developed, including reviewing and commenting on the annual Proposed and Final Rules issued by CMS. The Committee also maintains a list of references and points of contact regarding coding and provide necessary information and education regarding coding, valuation, reimbursement, and coverage to members, as necessary.
Time commitment
The committee shall hold conference calls as needed.

Education Committee

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The Education Committee’s primary responsibility is to plan, support and promote continuing medical education of ASNR members and other professionals that participate in the diverse educational activities of the Society. With oversight by the Advisory Council, the committee shall Liaison with the Program, Publication and Clinical Practice Committees to plan, propose and implement projects related to the education mission of the society.
Time commitment
The committee shall hold (at minimum) monthly conference calls and in-person meetings twice a year.

Education Exhibits Committee

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The Education Exhibits Committee primary responsibility is to oversee the selection, review, and execution of ASNR Education Exhibits at the annual meeting. Additionally, the Education Exhibits Committee seeks to advance and elevate the ASNR Education Exhibits by managing awards given out at the annual meeting for best exhibits in related categories.
Time commitment
The committee holds monthly conference calls and meets in-person twice a year.

Evidence Based Medicine Committee

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The Evidence Based Medicine Committee encourages and promotes the application of sound clinical research methods in neuroradiology by offering educational sessions and hands-on assistance to prospective investigators. Additionally, the committee informs members on the rationale and methodology of performing clinical outcomes research in the field of neuroradiology.
Time commitment
The committee will meet in-person twice per year and participate in virtual meetings only as needed.

Fellowship Directors Committee

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The Fellowship Directors Committee’s primary responsibility is to advise, support and promote the ASNR strategic initiatives, education and programming that addresses the needs of fellows in neuroradiology.
Time commitment
The committee shall hold conference calls as needed and meets in-person twice a year.

International Collaborations Committee

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The International Collaborations Committee’s purpose is to review, coordinate, and develop international collaborative initiatives designed to raise the awareness and stature of the ASNR throughout the world.
Time commitment
The committee meets in-person annually and holds conference calls as needed.

Membership Committee

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The Membership Committee’s primary purpose is to promote the enrollment and participation of PhDs, and other trained Neuroscientists in the Society and provide input on how to enhance the member offerings of the Society.
Time commitment
The committee shall hold conference calls as needed.

Quality, Safety and Value Committee

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The purpose of the committee is to promote quality in neuroradiology. The committee participates, monitors, and provides guidance in regard to quality, safety, and value-based programs.
Time commitment
The committee shall hold conference call as needed.

Research Committee

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The Research Committee shall be responsible for fostering research in neuroradiology, for overseeing researchers and research activities funded by or through the Society. As directed by the Advisory Council, the Research Committee shall be responsible for supervising and judging the application or competition for grants and prizes bestowed by the Society that are research related. The Research Committee shall recommend recipients to the Foundation Board of Trustees, which must approve all grants and monitor the progress of funded individuals or proposals as appropriate.
Time commitment
The committee shall hold conference calls as needed.

Social Media and Website Committee

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The Social Media and Website Committee’s primary purpose is to provide ideas and input on projects related to the website and social media of ASNR and AJNR. The committee also works with ASNR staff in optimizing ASNR’s presence and image on various social media channels and on the internet.
Time commitment
The committee shall hold two meetings annually during the ASNR Annual Meeting and during the RSNA Annual Meeting. Holds conference calls as needed.

Standards and Guidelines Committee

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The Standards and Guidelines Committee’s primary purpose is to develop and edit practice guidelines and technical standards and is responsible for coordinating activities with ACR Committee on Practice Parameters. Members review and revise guidelines produced by the following subspecialty societies- ASFNR, ASHNR, ASPNR, ASSR, and SNIS, through specialty society representation on the subcommittee and review any external practice guidelines documents and participating in related activities.
Time commitment
The committee shall hold conference calls as needed.

Young Professionals Committee

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The Young Professionals Committee’s primary purpose is to advise and support for residents and medical students interested in Neuroradiology and create society resources to serve and recruit ASNR young professionals.
Time commitment
The committee shall hold conference calls as needed and meets in-person twice annually.
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