Thank you for your interest in becoming a RFS Committee and/or Service Line Volunteer.
The RFS section committees serve as the voice of residents and fellows training as interventional radiologists while promoting the clinical model of interventional radiology practice. The goal of the committees are to develop special academic programming and resources for residents; bolter IR education for medical students; and provide support for new training pathways and IR research.
- Communications committee
- Clinical Education committee
- Recruitment committee
- IR Residency Training committee
- Advocacy committee
- Women in IR committee
- International Outreach committee
The service lines actively promote education of their respective disease processes through many different outlets such as online forums, monthly webinars, angioclubs, and sentinel article databases. The goal of the service lines are to become experts in their respective disease processes; understand the pathology, clinical presentations, and treatments both IR and non-interventional as well as spread this knowledge to other residents and fellows.
- Vascular Disease
- Interventional Oncology (IO)
- Pediatric Interventional Radiology
- Neurointerventional Radiology
- Pain Management
- Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
Please email any comments, questions, or concerns to Bryce Bodell email@example.com with the subject Re: 2019 RFS Section Volunteer Applications.
***To apply to become an RFS Committee and Service Line volunteer, please sign into your SIR Connect account at the top-right of this page. Once you have logged in, click on the green Apply Today! button at the top of the page to access the application. If you have trouble accessing the application, please contact Tori Cox, SIR's volunteer engagement manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.