International Speakers Exchange Award

Each year thousands of radiologic science professionals from around the world come together to share best practices, the latest research results and knowledge gleaned from many years of experience. The International Speakers Exchange Award program provides the opportunity for two outstanding ASRT members to travel to one of these conferences each year and present to an audience of their peers and other related health care professionals.

Applications will be accepted though Oct. 31, 2018.


United Kingdom Imaging and Oncology Congress (UKIO)

United Kingdom Radiological Congress

The 2019 UKIO will be held June 10-12, in Liverpool, England. This joint meeting of the British Institute of Radiology, the Society and College of Radiographers, the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine, and the Royal College of Radiologists covers all aspects of diagnostic imaging and oncology, as well as radiology informatics and service delivery.

CARO-COMP-CAMRT Joint Scientific Meeting

The 2019 CARO-COMP-CAMRT Joint Scientific Meeting will be held in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Oct. 2-5, 2019. This conference is for radiation oncologists, medical physicists, radiation therapists, basic science researchers, oncology nurses, and administrators, as well as their trainees, but all health care professionals involved in the care of oncology patients are welcome to attend.

Give Yourself an Advantage for Next Year

Now is a great time to begin thinking about the topic you'd like to discuss in front of an international audience. You can also sign up for the ASRT Affiliate Speakers Bureau to further establish yourself as an expert in your field.

What Does the Award Include?

  • Invitation to present in front of an international audience of radiologic science professionals
  • Conference registration expenses to either the CARO-COMP-CAMRT or UKIO meeting
  • Travel between the United States and the country of the meeting location
  • Lodging for up to three nights
  • $500 stipend to cover food and related costs

Selection Criteria

Give yourself the best opportunity to be selected as a presenter. Your application and résumé should answer the following questions:

  • Is the proposed topic significant and relevant to what’s going on in health care today?
  • Is this topic of interest to an international audience?
  • Is the applicant qualified to present about this topic?
  • Does this applicant seem likely to continue researching or writing about this topic in the future?