News | January 23, 2008

Fujifilm to Award ARRS Grants for Radiology Residents

January 24, 2008 – Fujifilm will award two radiology residents or fellows with grants, valued at $2,500 each, to help cover registration and courses for the entire American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) Annual Meeting, as well as lodging and travel to and from the conference.
Requirements include that applicants must be a third or fourth year radiology resident or a fellow at the time of the ARRS Annual Meeting in April 2008, awardees must currently be enrolled in a residency program in the U.S,, and awardees must either be a current member of ARRS or have a membership application pending at the time of the application.

Applicants must provide a one- to two-page, double-spaced personal statement of why they would like to attend the ARRS Annual Meeting and what they hope to get from the experience, a copy of their CV and a letter of recommendation from his/her training/program director, including a statement that applicants are in good standing. Please include contact information for the training/program director.

The award winners will be notified Feb. 25, and formally recognized during the Scholars and Awards session that will be held on Tuesday, April 15, at 10 a.m. at the ARRS’s 108th meeting.

For more information: www.arrs.org, www.fujimed.com

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