Call for Proposals
Topic-focused courses will be held live online through 2022. The deadline for proposal submission has passed. The process for the 2023 year will be announced in February 2022.
Call for Committee Volunteers
The call for volunteers for the 2021-2022 committee cycle has closed. If you have any questions, please contact the SPR office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The submission process
You may view the panes below for additional information regarding each award.
SCORCH 2020 John D. Strain
Andrew T. Trout, MD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Note: Dr. Trout's award will be fulfilled in 2021. Therefore, the next call for applications will take place in 2022.
The nomination process for the 2021-2022 Nominating Committee has now closed.
The submission process for the 2022-2023 Board Slate will open in the fall of 2021.
The responsibility of the 2020-2021 Nominating Committee is to develop the slate of leaders to stand for election to serve beginning in the 2021-2022 Society year:
Review the expectations for Leaders here. Submit input via this online form.
Nominating Committee members are NOT eligible to be candidates for positions on the slate.
The Nominating Committee roster can be viewed here.
The nomination process has closed.
Consider influencing the future of the Society by running for election to the SPR Nominating Committee. Five (5) elected members will be selected by the membership to serve on the Committee. The leadership will assign the elected members to a one-, two-, or three-year term*. Each year, the responsibility of the Committee is to develop the slate of officers to be voted on by the Members. To nominate an SPR member (including yourself) to serve on the Nominating Committee (the committee that identifies the next leaders of the Society), eligible members (Active, Allied, Emeritus, and Honorary) are asked to submit this online nomination form.
As mentioned, self-nomination is encouraged. Please keep the following in mind as you consider potential nominees:
*The membership will vote on a set of proposed bylaws amendments this spring. One of the amendments is to increase the Nominating Committee's size, taking it from six elected members and the chair to nine elected members and the chair. In anticipation of member approval, the Nominating Committee roster accounts for the three additional elected members and staggering terms.
**This criterion is also a forthcoming proposed bylaws amendments and included in anticipation of member approval. The goal is to ensure that the Committee has a continuous pipeline of new members, increasing member representation.
RadiologyInfo.org is a patient-information website produced by the RSNA and the ACR. It averages over one million website visits per month and contains more than 235 procedure, exam and disease descriptions. RadiologyInfo.org also contains a Children’s Imaging section, RadInfo 4 Kids. Content for RadInfo 4 Kids is provided for kids by kids.
Have content to share? Download more information at: https://tinyurl.com/RadInfo4Kids to learn more.
The submission process has now closed.
The NCRP Recommendations for Ending Routine Gonadal Shielding During Abdominal and Pelvic Radiography is now accessible here. (Released January 13, 2021)
On April 29, 2020, the NIH launched the Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics (RADx) Initiative. For more information, access the following URL: https://directorsblog.nih.gov/2020/04/29/rising-to-the-covid-19-challenge-rapid-acceleration-of-diagnostics-radx/.
Regarding NIBIB and opportunities with the RADx initiative:
NIBIB expects to receive between 200-500 inquiries. translating to roughly 100 applications and, down the line, roughly five “outstanding, promising” approaches that the NIH could move to commercialize. The project is focused only on tests to diagnose Covid-19 in patients who are currently sick, not on serological tests that determine whether an individual carries antibodies that indicate they were previously infected with coronavirus.
The existing NIH-sponsored diagnostic development centers (POCTRN) will evaluate proposals and pair approved teams with experts in technology, regulatory approval, commercialization, and manufacturing to speed their progress. Proposals can use any technology to detect an active infection and will be evaluated for their likely success in improving testing performance—qualities such as speed, reliability, and accuracy—and ease of use, such as detecting the virus in saliva or exhaled breath.
This is a designated email to send inquiries which will be triaged and responded to quickly. RADxNIBIB@mail.nih.gov
NIBIB has a webpage about RADx and other opportunities related to COVID-19: https://www.nibib.nih.gov/nibib-response-covid-19
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Congress is currently negotiating the next package to provide economic relief from the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Although this will be a massive funding effort, it does not currently include relief for biomedical research facilities that were slowed or shuttered in response to the pandemic. It is imperative that you make your elected leaders aware of this omission and urge them to include support the National Institutes of Health in the forthcoming package.
Below is our "Take Action" button that will lead you to a recommended letter and tweet that you are encouraged to personalize with your own story of pandemic-related impacts to your research—note there are placeholders for you to insert your own story, and we certainly encourage you to do so. In addition, the Academy is working with our coalition partners and will be contacting Capitol Hill as well. See the "Learn More" tab on our Take Action page for additional documents from our partners.
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