The AAWR is a professional association founded in 1981 as a resource for "professional socialization" for women in the field of radiology dominated by men.
The model is AAWR Marie Curie, extraordinary scientist, mother and teacher. The main objective of the association was to provide a forum for issues specific to women in radiology, radiation oncology and relevant professions, to support programs that encourage opportunities for women, and facilitating networking among radiologist’s women.
American Association for Women Radiologists (AAWR) focuses on:
• Networking among women in radiology
• The growing prominence of women in radiology
• Support activities that impression females in radiology
• Representation of the American College of Radiology Board
• Mentoring program to improve women's careers in radiology
The purpose of the Foundation for Research and Education AAWR is to provide professional leadership and recognition awards to members of the AAWR. Supporters of the Foundation and a junior executive AAWR to attend the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) professional development meetings for junior and senior women faculty. The AAWR Recognition Awards are designed to recognize scientific presentations conducted by members of AAWR that have been accepted by a national seminar, as RSNA, ASTRO & ARRS. The Foundation for Research and Education AAWR thrives on donations from our members.Read More»