AUR Meeting Opportunities – Advance Sign Up Required
AUR One-to-One Mentoring ProgramIn-person/Virtual opportunity
The purpose of this program is to provide AUR members and members-in-training an opportunity to meet informally with other members of AUR and discuss issues related to career development or research. Topics can range from advice about career path to discussion of work in progress. Mentors and mentees meet for one hour at a mutually convenient time at the AUR meeting if in person, or around the time of the meeting if virtual.
MENTOR Sign Up (Open February 10 - February 24)
MENTEE Sign Up (Open February 27 – March 15)
AUR-ACR Neiman Health Policy Institute Social Event – Monday, April 24, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Connect with leaders in the field, learn about research paths, and get your questions answered. Drinks and heavy appetizers will be served! Learn more and sign up here.
Adventure Seekers Wanted: Participate in the American College of Radiology - Radiology Escapes
In-person opportunityCongratulations! You are invited to visit the brand-new radiology research and training lab developed by Dr. Pickalock. During the start of your tour, a toxic spill requires you to locate the antidote ingredients before time runs out! Can you save your group and prevent a complete lockdown of the entire building?
Escape Room Registration
Resident Speed Mentoring with SCARD Members – Thursday, April 27, 8:30 – 9:30 am
In this session, residents will meet in small groups with SCARD members for an hour of speed mentoring. Drs. Cheri Canon, Jocelyn Chertoff, Jennifer Harvey, Alexander Norbash, Elizabeth Oates, and Judy Yee are serving as mentors. Click here to sign up.
RRA Inaugural Workshop/Research Hackathon – Thursday, April 27, 5:00 – 6:00 pm
We are hosting a first-ever AUR research workshop/hackathon that would allow trainees (residents, medical students, fellows) the opportunity to work with a faculty mentor for a 1-hour small group session. The trainee is expected to bring an idea and preliminary literature search. During this timed session, the teams of mentors and mentees will brainstorm and work together to work towards having a skeleton of an abstract that may be completed and submitted to an upcoming conference.
Mentees should have an idea for an abstract and have performed a background literature search. This may be a scientific or educational exhibit.
If you are interested in participating as a mentor or mentee, please register by March 1. Click here to sign up.
RLI/APDR Bootcamp – Friday, April 28, 12:00 – 3:30 pm
(Supported by the American College of Radiology)
The goal of the Bootcamp is to provide new PDs and APDs with an understanding of institutional requirements and the tools they need to fulfill them. Session topics include:
- Effectively prepare for and pass an ACGME site visit
- Effectively run a meeting
- Effectively create and run a team
- Effectively manage a struggling or disruptive resident to succeed
“The bootcamp was probably the most helpful and informative conference session I have ever attended. The topics were extremely high yield and all things I needed to hear. Thank you so much for this valuable session!”
AUR 2023 Arts ExhibitHelp bring the theme for AUR 2023 - Imagine, Create, Innovate – Exploring Radiology’s Imaginarium- to life! We invite you to submit your works of art to be showcased at the AUR 2023 meeting!
If you have any inspiring, creative, or just plain fun photography, paintings, drawings, or photographs of sculpture, pottery, or other art pieces which you have created, we’d love to display them. Art will be exhibited through rotating slideshows between sessions and select works will be displayed via social media as well as physically on site at the AUR 2023 meeting in Austin, TX.
Use this PowerPoint template to create your submission for consideration, save it as a PDF, and then submit here. Deadline March 15.