2024 International Editorial Fellowship

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Starts: 01-02-2024
Location: Online Opportunity


International Editorial Fellowship


The RSNA Journals International Editorial Fellowship is for early or mid-career radiologists currently residing in a non-North American country who are interested in learning more about scholarly publishing in radiology. 

As an International fellow, you'll learn about manuscript preparation and editing, peer review, journal production, printing and digital publishing.  At the end of the fellowship, you'll complete a program evaluation and prepare a follow-up report on your experiences during and after the fellowship.  

Application deadline

February 29, 2024

Click on Apply Now at the top of the page to submit your application.  If the Apply Now button is not visible, log in to your RSNA account in the upper-right corner of the screen.

Fellowship details

The fellowship lasts for approximately one to two weeks and all meetings are intended to be virtual.  Upon receipt of fellowship, recipients are invited to work with the editorial offices to tailor the fellowship to a specific journal/area of interest. A suggested itinerary is provided:

  • Have virtual visits with the editors of all RSNA journals.
  • Work with an editor of a specific journal on paper or a special project.
  • Meet the RSNA publications department and learn about the peer review, editorial, and production processes.
  • Virtually attend the Editors' Forum, the March Publications Council meeting, and editorial meetings during the RSNA annual meeting.


To be eligible for the International Fellowship, you must:

  • Be an RSNA Member
  • Be an early or mid-career radiologist.
  • Currently reside in a non-North American country.
  • Have served as a reviewer for a major imaging journal and/or have a record of publications in peer-reviewed journals.

Application requirements

In addition to completing the questions on the application form, please also upload the items listed below.

  • Your curriculum vitae.
  • A 500-word personal statement which includes your objectives in radiology journalism.
  • Three letters of reference, one of which must be from your department chair and must include an indication that the chair agrees to let you be away from your department if you are selected as a fellow.  It should also attest to your written and verbal fluency in English.  One of the other two letters must be from the national radiologic society of your home country.


One (1) fellow is selected each year.

Volunteers Needed:

1 (1 open slot)

Experience Required:

See Opportunity for Details


Christine Krause