About Us

The mission of the American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP) is to advance the science of radiology for radiology residents, fellows, practicing radiologists and other physicians through a pathophysiologic understanding of disease as the basis for radiologic interpretation.

The American Institute for Radiologic Pathology
The AIRP, a program of the American College of Radiology (ACR), provides a unique radiology training experience for residents and fellows. The AIRP four-week Radiologic Pathology Correlation Course offers excellent training for radiology residents, fellows and practicing radiologists from around the world:

  • Comprehensive review of radiologic imaging offered five times per year
  • Radiologic presentation of a broad range of diseases and their pathological basis from all organ systems and imaging modalities
  • Expert faculty from some of the most prestigious radiology programs in the U.S.
  • Access to temporary housing opportunities throughout the DC area
For additional information, see our Frequently Asked Questions.
About the Venue
All courses are held at the AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center in Silver Spring, MD, a 32,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility with more than 400 theater-style seats. This newly renovated venue features:
  • High-definition, digital cinema video projection
  • Easy access to temporary housing throughout the DC area
  • Close access to metro with ample parking nearby

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Donate to the AIRP

Looking for ways to show your support for the future of radiology?

Make a tax deductible donation to the AIRP, where your valued contribution will be used to help sustain the tradition of quality radiologic-pathology correlation training for residents, fellows and practicing radiologists for generations to come. To donate or to find out more, contact Don Hatley at dhatley@acr.org or 703-390-9882.

Neuroradiology Categorical Course

August 6-9, 2018

This course will identify imaging characteristics of lesions involving the brain, spine, head and neck that allow for narrowing of the differential diagnosis, along with illustrating how the underlying pathology of the lesion contributes to its imaging characteristics.

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