2013 Jack O. Greenberg Neuroimaging Fellowship Award

Sponsored by the American Society of Neuroimaging Education Foundation (ASNEF)

The Award
The Jack O. Greenberg Neuroimaging Fellowship Award is named after one of the founders and third president of the American Society of Neuroimaging. In 1974, Dr. Greenberg brought the first Computed Tomography Scan into the State of Pennsylvania and later began imaging the central nervous system with magnetic resonance imaging.  He is the author of many articles in imaging and edited a bestselling textbook entitled “Neuroimaging, a Companion to Adams and Victor’s Principles of Neurology”. He has spent the last 30 years teaching neurologists how to interpret MR and CT scans based on sound clinical neurologic principals. His first mentor in Neurology was the late William Oldendorf, first President and one of the founders of the ASN.

The purpose of the award is to encourage training in MRI neuroimaging. The award will be made payable to the institution hosting the fellowship and will be distributed in quarterly payments

The Education Foundation Board selects the recipient of the award.  A $25,000 grant will be awarded.  

Deadline for Nominations
The online nomination form must be completed no later than April 1, 2013.  Selection will be made by May 2013.

•    The Fellow must be Board Eligible or Certified in Neurology and planning a career in neuroimaging;
•    The fellowship must be at least one year in length;
•    The fellowship will be granted to neurologists only.
•    The award is limited to US sites hosting an MRI neuroimaging fellowship that is listed with the American Society of Neuroimaging or approved by the United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties.

Each academic institution may nominate one candidate each year. The nomination form must be completed and submitted along with: 1) the nominee’s CV and a complete bibliography 2) the faculty sponsor’s CV and 3) three letters of support from individual’s qualified to judge the applicants qualifications. Please combine all documents in a single .pdf file prior to completing the online nomination form.

The Foundation
In 2001, the American Society of Neuroimaging established the Education Foundation as a vehicle for tax-deductible contributions for the advancement of neuroimaging educational pursuits.  The purpose of the Foundation is to promote and advance medical education opportunities through the awarding of scholarships to individuals to attend medical conferences and other training programs in the fields of neurology and neuroimaging.  The Corporation is funded by charitable contributions, gifts and grants received from physicians, corporations and the general public.