The Society for Advanced Body Imaging is now accepting nominations for 2023 Fellow Members.
The requirements for Fellow Membership can be found below - please read them carefully before submitting the application.
All materials must be received by Friday, August 18th, 2023. Nominations will not be accepted after that date.
In addition to the submission form below, letters of recommendation can also be sent to SABI Executive Director at email@example.com.
Requirements for nomination:
The following are necessary for a fellow to be nominated.
Recommended for nomination:
For a member to be nominated to become a Fellow of the society, they must meet at least 4 of the following:
a. The physician or scientist candidate has had a significant role in 10 original research (non-review article) peer-reviewed publications in the area of body (as defined in #3 above) imaging or related topics. A minimum of 5 of these publications must be within the last 10 years. Of these 10 publications, the candidate must have at least five scientific publications where he/she met the following criteria: first or second author (with a trainee as the first author), or last author (indicating a senior author role).
b. The physician or scientist candidate has made outstanding scholarly contributions to the field of body imaging that may be outside the traditional areas of peer-reviewed original research, in areas such as but not limited to, education, leadership, and service.
The Fellow Nominating Committee will be the final arbiter of eligibility for nomination using the requirements and recommendations above. However, any concerns or questions can be brought to the Secretary of the society for adjudication.
There may occasionally be a candidate for Fellowship nomination who provides high value to the organization but may not be able to meet the requirements and recommendations for nomination stated herein. These candidates can be deemed eligible for nomination by unanimous approval of the Board of Directors; however, as with all nominated candidates, they remain subject to confirmation by the majority of the Fellows at the annual meeting.