CSNR Society Prizes

 

The Annual CSNR Prize is awarded for the best expanded abstract in diagnostic or interventional neuroradiology either by a resident or fellow.

  • Contestants must be a member in any one of the five Societies of the CNSF (a Junior member or an Active member within two years since starting in practice).
  • Contestants need not be the sole authors, but should have been primarily responsible for the work being presented.
  • Contestants must submit a structured abstract, expanded up to, but not exceeding 3 pages, which is to include any figures, tables, and necessary references. Submissions longer than 3 pages of single spaced typing will not be considered. The format followed should consist of Background, Materials and Methods, Results, and Conclusions. Contestants must submit a letter from their program chair indicating that the work was done by the resident and was principally the work of that resident.
  • Contestants must submit a small biography which indicates where the candidate is in their residency or in a diploma program, and listing other work that he/she has done.
  • Contestants must also submit their basic abstract to the CNSF Annual Congress, on the official online abstract submission site.
  • The CSNR Society Prize will consist of:
    • Presentation of your work during the Grand Plenary session at the Congress
    • A Prize Certificate
    • $500 cash
    • Full registration to the Congress
    • Travel to the Congress (economy fare)
    • 3 nights’ accommodation
  • All Society Prize submissions must be received by January 31, 2020.
  • Submissions should be sent as three separate PDF files:
    • Letter from their program chair
    • Biography
    • Expanded Abstract

Applicants for this prize should send their submissions to:

Canadian Society of Neuroradiology
c/o nicole-rozak@cnsfederation.org