AWARDS

Oldendorf Award

The Oldendorf Award is for the best abstract submitted by a student, resident or fellow. The abstract must be based in basic or clinical research in CT, MRI, SPECT or PET. The research should consist of original work including new imaging methods, techniques, clinical application, etc. Single case reports are generally not acceptable for these awards. The purpose of these awards is to encourage research and advance the field of neuroimaging. While the contestant must be the senior author of the abstract, there are no restrictions upon co-authorship.

The recipient will present the abstract during the Awards Luncheon/Business Meeting. The recipient will receive transportation (round trip coach airfare and ground transportation up to $500) plus a maximum of $200 for expenses per day, up to three days ($600) and a waived mandatory registration fee. The award winners will also receive a cash prize of $500.

McKinney Award

The McKinney Award is for the best abstract submitted by a student, resident or fellow. The abstract must be based in basic or clinical research in Neurosonology. The research should consist of original work including new imaging methods, techniques, clinical application, etc. Single case reports are generally not acceptable for these awards. The purpose of these awards is to encourage research and advance the field of neurosonology. While the contestant must be the senior author of the abstract, there are no restrictions upon co-authorship.

The recipient will present the abstract during the Awards Luncheon/Business Meeting. The recipient will receive transportation (round trip coach airfare and ground transportation up to $500) plus a maximum of $200 for expenses per day, up to three days ($600) and a waived mandatory registration fee. The award winners will also receive a cash prize of $500.

Qureshi Award

The Qureshi Award, funded by the ASN Education Foundation, is for the best abstract submitted by a student, resident or fellow. The abstract must be based in basic or clinical research in Diagnostic Angiography. The research should consist of original work including new imaging methods, techniques, clinical application, etc. The purpose of the award is to encourage research and advance the field of Angiography. While the contestant must be the senior author of the abstract, there are no restrictions upon co-authorship.

The recipient will present the abstract during the Awards Luncheon/Business Meeting. The recipient will receive transportation (round trip coach airfare and ground transportation up to $500) plus a maximum of $200 for expenses per day, up to three days ($600) and a waived mandatory registration fee. The award winner will also receive a cash prize of $500.

Resident Travel Awards

The Resident Travel Awards are offered to persons in a neurology residency program. Selection is based on the quality of the abstract. Award winners will receive complimentary meeting registration, two nights' accommodation at the meeting hotel and a $50 per diem for three days ($150). The winners will have their posters displayed and will be recognized at the Awards Luncheon/Business Meeting.

The individual must be the first and presenting author of the work. A letter of support from the Residency Program Director indicating the author's year in training and verifying that the resident is the first author of the abstract.