Radiologists with strong interest and expertise in Gastrointestinal Fluoroscopy who are interested in advancing GI fluoroscopy through education, research, mentorship and collaboration.
Core members should be active participants or leaders in research and/or educational endeavors pertaining to GI fluoroscopy with previous authorship of peer-reviewed paper(s) related to GI fluoroscopy. Early career members should have a strong interest in GI fluoroscopy and are within 5 years of completion of fellowship.
Complete the online application form on the SAR website. The application will be reviewed by the DFP chairs who may reach out to the applicant for additional information including interest and experience with GI fluoroscopy. Alternatively, interested members may contact the DFP chairs directly to express interest. New members will be selected by the chairs based on the applicant’s provided information and the current needs of the DFP.
New members should expect to become an active participant in the DFP. Early career members will receive mentorship from core-faculty based on projects. All members will participate in DFP meetings and collaborate on education projects, presentations, research and multidisciplinary initiatives pertaining to GI fluoroscopy.
There is no absolute membership cap, but we need a manageable group of active participants in our DFP activities. In order to provide appropriate mentorship, we need to balance experienced core members with early career members, with a goal of no more than 25% of our overall members being early career members.