We welcome applications from all SAR members interested in advancing the clinical care, education and research in pancreatitis. A willingness to advance knowledge in pancreatitis by writing articles; making presentations including plenary sessions, workshops & webinars and attending DFP meetings are requirements.
The selection of individuals for membership on the Pancreatitis DFP is based on the applicant’s expertise in and contributions to imaging of pancreatitis. Appointment of members involves an application process followed by voting on the member’s application by the entire core panel. The applicants are requested to submit:
A copy of their most recent CV (highlighting any activities related to pancreatitis in the CV)
A brief paragraph covering:
Explanation of why the applicant would like to participate in the Pancreatitis DFP and
Description of potential contributions/activities for the DFP by the applicant, e.g., research projects, educational programs, etc.
Once these documents are received, the interested candidate is presented to the DFP for approval either by vote which may be in-person/virtual(Zoom)/electronic.
New members are expected to actively contribute to the panel by participating in panel activities such as: Annual Meeting Contributions: Present educational posters/exhibits, scientific papers/exhibits/posters, speaking at plenary sessions and workshops, and moderating sessions. Scholarly Publications: Participations in review articles, consensus papers, white papers, etc. as author/co-author on a panel paper Other enduring Materials: Participation in online educational materials, Educational Exhibits, Videos (YouTube, etc.), Infographics Research projects: Contribution to a panel research project Panel related Contributions: Contributions such as website updates, social media management for the panel, SAR Article Database management Article Reviewer: Reviewing articles for Abdominal Radiology Mentorship program: Formal mentoring of junior faculty/trainees in DFP-related activities.