Attend the SIR annual meeting and learn about interventional radiology
The SIR Resident-in-training Travel Scholarship provides first- and second-year diagnostic radiology residents in the U.S. and Canada with the opportunity to learn about IR at an early stage in their medical careers. Selected scholars receive complementary registration and a $500 travel stipend to attend the SIR Annual Scientific Meeting—an experience that includes dedicated educational programming, presentations from leaders in the field of interventional radiology, and networking opportunities with IRs from around the world.
The Medical Student Scholarship and Resident-in-training Scholarship are funded through generous unrestricted educational grants from our corporate partners as part of the Corporate Ambassador Program. If you wish to support these scholarships, please contact Jonas Nash, Director of Corporate Relations.
Applications for the SIR Medical Student and Resident-in-training Travel Scholarships are accepted every year from August 1st - October 1st.
For further information, please contact Jennifer Goubeaux, Graduate Medical Affairs Program Manager.
SIR 2019 Resident-in-training application
Application deadline: October 1st, 2018.
Scholarship award: $500 travel stipend awarded after submission of a post meeting essay and complementary annual meeting registration.
The following required application materials will be submitted within the online application:
Questions about applying? Contact Jennifer Goubeaux, SIR's graduate medical affairs program manager, or phone (703) 691-1805.
Plan to join us in Austin, Texas, March 23-28, 2019, for the SIR 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting.
SIR 2019 is a great way to learn more about interventional radiology through dedicated Medical Student programming on Saturday and Sunday, March 23rd and 24th and dedicated In-Training programming geared toward residents on Sunday, March 24th - Tuesday, March 26th.
No other meeting offers the diversity of topics, the range of learning environments, and the unparalleled access to expert faculty and leading thinkers in the specialty.More information