ASNR and Radiopaedia.org Seek Entries for Annual Meeting Case of the Day Brain Category

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ASNR and Radiopaedia.org are again collaborating to give you the opportunity to submit an adult brain case to ASNR 2017 Case of the Day.

Each day during the ASNR 55th Annual Meeting (April 22 – 27) in Long Beach, California, a brain case is part of the official Case of the Day program. This has traditionally been by invitation only, but like last year, one of the cases will be chosen from cases you submit to Radiopaedia.org.

In addition to one ASNR 2017 case of the day winner, Radiopaedia.org will also be showcasing a number of the best submissions as Radiopaedia.org ‘cases of the day’ on its home page and through social media!

Prizes

There are a number of prizes available:

Winner

The winner gets two awesome prizes:

  • Standard Room for two (2) nights at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach or Westin Long Beach Hotel (based on availability) – total value is $522 with taxes; complimentary daily standard in-room WiFi and daily health club access. The prize is courtesy of the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR). The provided complimentary housing reservation can be used at any point during the ASNR 55th Annual Meeting dates from Friday, Apr. 20 through Friday, Apr. 27. If you are not planning to attend the conference, then you can transfer this prize to another colleague attending the meeting in Long Beach.) If you have questions, please contact, Ashley Boser at 630-574-0220, ext. 231, or email aboser@asnr.org.

Runner-up

The Radiopaedia.org editorial team will also be selecting a runner-up who will receive 12-month online access to our two hugely popular neuroradiology review courses: Adult Brain MRI review course and Neuroradiology Update 2016 course (combined value (value of US$360).

ASNR and Radiopaedia.org Seek Entries for Annual Meeting Case of the Day Brain Category
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The American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR) publishes original articles pertaining to the clinical imaging, therapy, and basic science of the central and peripheral nervous system, including but not limited to the brain, spine, head and neck, interventional procedures, techniques in imaging and intervention, and related educational, socioeconomic, and medicolegal issues.