Association of Program Directors in Interventional Radiology
APDIR meet and greet events
APDIR member programs will hold meet and greet events for MS4s participating in the 2020-2021 Main Match.
The purpose of the APDIR is to address the educational and regulatory issues that affect the training of future interventional radiologists. The APDIR shall work to stimulate interest in and to provide guidelines for teaching and training in the field of interventional radiology.
To facilitate the achievement of these goals, the APDIR shall organize or develop meetings, seminars and other educational activities appropriate to its purpose. The APDIR will hold an Annual Business Meeting during the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society of Interventional Radiology. An annual Educational Meeting may be held at a separate time and location as determined by the APDIR Board of Directors.
Membership in APDIR is assigned to an individual institutions:
For information about APDIR membership, please contact Jennifer Goubeaux.
2020-2021 APDIR Governing Board
2020-2021 APDIR standing committees
Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation and the recent announcement of the AUR meeting cancellation, the Association of Program Directors in Interventional Radiology (APDIR) Officers have made the decision to cancel the 2020 APDIR Educational Meeting, scheduled for April 20 in Philadelphia.
The 2019 APDIR Educational Meeting took place on April 8, 2019 in Baltimore immediately preceding AUR 2019. 28 presentations from this meeting are available for download by all IR fellowship and residency program directors in the APDIR SIR Connect library.
The 2019 Business Meeting was held in Austin, Texas at SIR 2019. Minutes from this meeting are available for download by all IR fellowship and residency program directors in the APDIR SIR Connect library.
For more information about APDIR, please contact Jennifer Goubeaux.
The APDIR community is a closed community exclusively for program directors, associate program directors and program coordinators of APDIR programs.