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A Message from the President - February, 2017

Colleagues and Friends of the SAR,
 
I am excited to tell you about the remarkable progress of our society.   We continue to grow with over 1200 members and an active campaign to expand trainee and international membership.  Our Board held a strategic retreat developing vision and mission statements and strategic goals for the next five years which can be seen on this website. The SAR's mission is to advance patient health by the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of abdominal disease through education, research, and interdisciplinary collaboration. 
 
Our 2017 meeting in Hollywood, Florida has an exciting program including 70 peer reviewed scientific presentations,  153 posters 163 didactic workshops, 5 SAMs, 5 hands-on workshops and eight plenary sessions featuring topics on genetics, imaging and intervention of abdominal diseases.  Registration is currently very strong and we are providing up to 47.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ including 5.25 ARLM leadership credits. Our Canon and New Horizons lectures feature 3d imaging and machine learning using artificial intelligence. The venue at the Diplomat Beach Resort has undergone a $100 million makeover including nine restaurants which should provide a collegial environment to congregate with our colleagues. Please see the full program on this website..... Click here to read more!
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SAR 2018 Annual Meeting

The SAR 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting and Educational Course will be held March 4 - 9, 2018 at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale, Arizona. Click here for details.

This Fund supports the advancement of abdominal radiology research, education and practice. Visit the SAR Fund page for more information on this opportunity to help assure the future of abdominal radiology.

Disease-Focused Panels
Disease-Focused Panels (DFPs) will improve our ability to meet the Society's mission by focusing on specific diseases through organization of passionate and knowledgeable SAR experts who will work together to address unmet needs within medical practice and the imaging community. Visit the DFP pages under the Education tab, to learn more about this program, and the Active Panels already working.

Poster Exhibits
We are excited to offer you access to the top 15% of educational exhibits from the SAR Annual Scientific Meetings and Educational Courses. These exhibits were chosen based on educational merit, new research endeavors and innovative imaging techniques.

SAR Journal Access
To access the Abdominal Radiology journal, click here.


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