RSNA puts out call for additional 'Cutting-Edge Research' abstracts ahead of annual meeting

As the Radiological Society of North America gears up for its 108th annual meeting in the fall of 2022, they are putting out a call for additional research abstracts. 

RSNA is seeking abstracts in Cutting-Edge research on the following four topics: 

  1. Long COVID—Imaging characterization of variants and of systems affected. 

  1. Photon Counting CT—Quantitative assessment of image quality, patient results, technique optimization 

  1. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning—results, image quality assessments and techniques used. 

  1. Molecular Imaging—novel tracer development/testing and patient trials. 

These abstracts can be submitted to RSNA starting on July 6, 2022. Submissions will be accepted until August 3 at noon CST. 

Ahead of the annual meeting, RSNA recently announced that they had seen an increase in abstract submissions this year. This year’s theme, "Empowering Patients and Partners in Care," will highlight the role of radiology within a multidisciplinary team. 

“The keynote plenary speakers will focus on our theme for this year’s meeting, “Empowering Patients and Partners in Care,” with a goal of raising awareness of the value of the radiological sciences to our patients and multidisciplinary partners in health care,” RSNA president Bruce G. Haffty, MD, said in a prior release. “Our large portfolio of quality educational sessions, scientific sessions that demonstrate the latest research, and the exciting new technology available in our exhibition halls continue to make the RSNA annual meeting a highly valued experience for our professional community.” 

The meeting will be held at McCormick Place in Chicago from November 27 to December 1. Registration opens on July 20. 

More information on submission guidelines can be found here

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