To represent, promote and protect Military Radiology's interests and image at the national level while simultaneously increasing awareness and recognition of the unique value created by the military radiologists.
To identify, project and address issues of concern to the US Military Radiology community and provide support to active duty, reserve and veteran military radiologists through their improved participation and representation in ACR's educational, operational and leadership activities.
|Roger Boodoo, MD||Nicolas Cahanding, DO||Susan J Carbognin, MD|
|Paul Clark, DO||Paul B DiDomenico, MD||Justin Paul Dodge, MD|
|Eric Brian Friedberg, MD, FACR||Kenneth Alan Griggs, MD||Daniel B Hawley, MD|
|Brandi N Hicks, MD||John P Lichtenberger III, MD||W Scott Lynn, MD, FACR|
|Neris M Nieves-Robbins, MD||Brendan Michael O'Connor, MD||Robert S Pyatt JR, MD, FACR|
|Kevin Christopher Reilly, MD||Eric A Roberge, MD||Paul Michael Sherman, MD, FACR|
|Peter H Van Geertruyden, MD||Christopher Vojta, MD|
With multiple permanent changes of station, ACR is the sustainable professional continuity for its members. Service to the College through volunteer leadership positions, optional membership and service to local chapters as well as the pathway to FACR are just the beginning ways for military members to remain connected to ACR members and continue networking despite frequently moving or deploying.
Fellowship is one of the most prestigious formal recognition awards available to long-time ACR members. It symbolizes professionalism and exceptional achievement in the fields of diagnostic radiology, interventional radiology, nuclear medicine, radiation oncology and/or medical physics.
ACR members who serve active duty or in the Reserves should refer to the Military Nomination Criteria and the FACR Guidelines for ACR Fellowship rubrics by which candidacy is assessed. The minimum eligibility requirement is 10 cumulative years of post-training membership. Contact FACR@acr.org to confirm eligibility.
Seminars in Interventional Radiology: