Membership in the Radiological Society of North America

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Radiological Society of North America
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Radiologist Gul Moonis, MD, has more than 16 years of experience. A former fellow at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Dr. Gul Moonis also has served Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center as a radiologist and Harvard Medical School as an assistant professor of radiology. She is a member of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).

Founded in 1915, RSNA is a society of radiologists, medical physicians, and other medical professionals from all over the world. It is a platform for radiological research and development that not only extends the network of professionals and scientists in the field, but also strengthens the connection among them. Every year, it hosts one of the largest international medical meetings at McCormick Place in Chicago. RSNA also publishes Radiology, one of the highest-impact scientific journals, and RadioGraphics, the only ongoing radiology-specific journal.

Over 54,000 people worldwide maintain membership with the society. Membership is open to radiology specialists and professionals in related fields from all over the world. Members from North America are classified into various categories, such as board-certified active members and board-eligible associate members, as well as military and non-physician groups. Apart from these, there is a provision for free membership for members-in-training and medical students of radiology and related fields. A separate category for international members also exists.

Members of the society benefit from various services, including free advanced registration to RSNA’s medical meetings and subscriptions to high-ranking peer-reviewed journals and magazines.

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