About RFS

Comprised of all ACR members-in-training (individuals in residency or fellowship), the ACR Resident and Fellow Section (RFS) is more than 5,000 members strong. The RFS is led by an executive committee of elected officers with a shared goal of developing resources and policies to benefit current trainees and the specialty as a whole.

ACR Fellowships

The ACR offers fellowship programs in the areas of government relations, economics and health policy, quality and safety, education, health services research, and radiation oncology. These fellowships provide members-in-training with opportunities to experience critical areas of the College.

Resident Resources

A collection of resources is available to help you throughout your training and in your years beyond residency. Many of these resources have been developed by residents, for residents.

Get Involved

Whether it’s serving on a national or chapter committee, attending a national or chapter meeting, or volunteering locally or internationally, there are a variety of ways to get involved with ACR and be active in the community outside of your training program.

Learning Center

The ACR offers diverse learning resources for residents and fellows, and all are offered at a reduced rate or free of charge to members-in-training. Our  learning center provides instant access to some of the best learning  activities and resources in the field of radiology.