Membership


WNRS Membership Benefits:

The WNRS is the only regional society serving the needs of over 300 neuroradiologists/radiologists in the western and mid-western United States, western Canada, and Mexico who involved in Neuroimaging, Neurointervention and the related Neurosciences. Members of the WNRS receive…

  • Reduced registration fees to attend the WNRS Annual Meeting held each fall
  • Membership mailings keeping them abreast of Society activities and latest news
  • Voting privileges on a variety of Society issues (Senior members only)
  • Opportunity to serve on WNRS Standing Committees, giving them the chance to help shape the future direction (Senior and Corresponding members only)
  • Membership Certificate (Senior and Corresponding members only)

WNRS Membership Categories:

Senior…shall be a radiologist certified by the American Board of Radiology, The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, The American Osteopathic College of Radiology, or other Board or Tribunal which, in the judgement of the Executive Committee, is of equivalent rank, and have completed by July 1 following the first annual meeting after becoming a member, one of the following:

  1. Two years of fellowship training under the supervision of a WNRS Senior member, an ASNR Senior member, or a neuroradiologist possessing a Subspecialty Certification in Neuroradiology (formerly CAQ) in an institution with an approved radiology residency program.
  2. One year of formal fellowship training in neuroradiology and a second year of experience primarily in neuroradiology, and/or subspecialized area of neuroradiology under the supervision of a WNRS Senior member, an ASNR Senior member, or a neuroradiologist possessing a Subspecialty Certification in Neuroradiology (formerly CAQ) in an institution with an approved radiology residency program.
  3. One year of formal fellowship training in neuroradiology under the supervision of a WNRS Senior member, an ASNR Senior member, a neuroradiologist possessing a Subspecialty Certification in Neuroradiology (formerly CAQ) in an institution with an approved radiology residency program and three years of subsequent radiology practice during which 50% of the practice time is documented in neuroradiology.
  4. Subspecialty Certification in Neuroradiology (formerly CAQ) and four years of subsequent radiology practice during which 50%of the practice time is documented in neuroradiology.
  5. The Membership Committee and Executive Committee will consider those applicants with equivalent training and experience who trained outside the United States.

Applicants for Senior membership shall be engaged in active practice of neuroradiology and/or a subspecialty of neuroradiology within the defined geographic boundaries of the Society, devoting at least 50% of the practice time (exclusive of administrative duties) to neuroradiology.

Associate…shall be other radiologists, or other physicians or scientists, with an acknowledged interest in, or who have made outstanding contributions to neuroradiology, or are located outside the defined geographic boundaries of the Society.

Corresponding…shall be WNRS Senior members in good standing who no longer practice within the defined geographic limits of the Society. They shall have the rights and responsibilities of WNRS Senior members, except for voting, holding office and serving on committees. Likewise, former WNRS Senior members may apply for Corresponding membership, if they have moved out of the defined geographic boundaries of the Society.

Member-in-Training shall be individuals who are currently participating in a full-time ACCME-accredited neuroradiology training program.

Click Here To Renew Your Society Membership »

Membership Application »