Morin Fellowship Details

Required Travel


  • March/April – Trip to ACR headquarters in Reston, VA (5 business days)
  • May – Trip to Washington, DC for ACR Annual Meeting (4-5 days)

Fellowship Activities


ACR HQ visit

  • Daily journal
  • Presentation (one hour + Q&A) to ACR staff
  • PR – could include blog/vlog, Bulletin article, interview, etc.
  • Meetings with ACR staff (participant)
  • Feedback session with Dustin Gress & Wil Creech

ACR Annual Meeting

  • RFS/YPS activities (attendee/participant)
  • Medical Physics reception at the annual meeting (attendee)
  • Reference Committee (participant)
  • Medical Physics Caucus (attendee/participant)
  • Council open sessions (attendee/participant)
  • Hill Day (attendee/participant)
  • ACR Committee work(participating member)

Other (if attending AAPM Annual Meeting)

  • Attend student & trainee reception, preferably say a few remarks

Fellowship Project (options)


  • Peer-reviewed article
  • Image Wisely Radiation Safety Case
  • Other

Travel Information


  • Dulles International (IAD) is the closest airport to ACR headquarters (about 7 miles)
  • ACR reserves rooms for Morin Fellows at the Westin Reston Heights for the Reston visit
  • Reagan National (DCA) is the closest airport to the ACR Annual Meeting
  • Morin Fellows should reserve rooms at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park for the DC visit
  • You may rent a car, but we recommend taking public transportation or using ride-sharing services to avoid the metro area traffic
  • Travel arrangements must be made and expense reports must be submitted through the Concur portal (ACR needs receipts for anything over $50) – ACR accounting will work with you to create an account
  • ACR dress code is casual (jeans, sneakers, etc.) for the headquarters visit; business casual or business attire is more customary for the annual meeting visit (but not mandatory)