Donate to the AIRP

Make a positive impact on the future of radiology

The AIRP is proud to be the premier provider of radiologic-pathology correlation training for residents and fellows from around the world. If you are looking for ways to show your support for the future of radiology, consider making a donation to the AIRP. Your contribution will help sustain the tradition of quality radiologic pathology correlation training for residents, fellows and practicing radiologists for generations to come.

How will your donation be used?

The financial support you provide to the AIRP can be earmarked for use in any of the following ways:

Scholarships   

Scholarships

Sponsor AIRP scholarships for domestic and international residents who might otherwise be unable to attend.

Fellowships   

Fellowships

Sponsor an AIRP Fellowship, which provides post-residency radiologists the opportunity for continued training.

Research   

Scientific Research

Support the important work being done by the AIRP to further the science of radiologic-pathology correlation through academic study and scientific research.

Education   

Education

Support enhanced course development including new features, advanced functionality and innovative formats.

Development   

Development

Show broad support for existing AIRP programs and initiatives and help create a pathway for the development of new programs.

How to make a donation

Tax deductible donations to the AIRP may be made through direct cash contribution (credit card, checks and EFT are accepted) and/or stock transfer. For more information, please contact Don Hatley at dhatley@acr.org or 703-390-9882.

Donations also may be made through the ACR Foundation with a request that the funds be designated to support the AIRP. Please contact Anne Hummer at Ahummer@acr.org for more information.

Thoracic and Cardiovascular Categorical Course

April 2 – 5, 2018

This course will help you identify imaging characteristics of lesions involving the chest and cardiovascular system that allow for narrowing of the differential diagnosis, illustrate how the underlying pathology of the lesion contributes to its imaging characteristics and highlight those chest diseases in which radiologic imaging is key for accurate diagnosis.

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