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CIRSE Fellowship


CIRSE Fellowship was introduced to honour longstanding CIRSE Members for their contributions to Interventional Radiology. In the coming years, I want to encourage more CIRSE Members to apply for Fellowship, while also enhancing the prominence of this specific status within our Society.”

Dr. Robert Morgan, CIRSE President

 

CIRSE Fellowship honours physicians and scientists who have made a significant contribution to interventional radiology and/or cardiovascular imaging techniques. In addition to the broad range of services and benefits offered to all CIRSE members, CIRSE Fellows* privilege from the exclusive right to apply for election to a position on the CIRSE Executive Committee and the CIRSE Executive Board.

*Please note that this does not apply to Corresponding Fellows.

Members may apply for Fellowship if the following criteria apply:

  • The candidate has been a CIRSE member in good standing for at least three years.
  • The candidate finished his/her medical specialty training at least five years ago.
  • The candidate has successfully passed EBIR or has the support of two CIRSE Fellows confirming their aptitude to become a Fellow. (Both supporters may not be Corresponding Fellows, in this case, at least one supporter must be residing in the EU as a CIRSE Fellow)
  • The candidate must have published at least five articles on a cardiovascular and interventional radiology topic, in internationally recognised, peer-reviewed scientific journals with an impact factor. Case reports and letters to the editors are to be excluded.

 

Fellowship Categories and Applications

Fellow
Applicants residing in Europe, who have completed specialty training in Radiology and/or Interventional Radiology may apply for CIRSE Fellowship.

CIRSE Fellowship Application Form and Information
(PDF download 219 KB)

In order to apply for CIRSE Fellowship, please complete the CIRSE Fellowship Application Form and return it with the required documents to registration@cirse.org.
 

Please note that only emailed applications will be processed!

 

Corresponding Fellow
Applicants who either reside outside of Europe and/or have completed relevant medical specialty training other than Radiology and/or Interventional Radiology may apply for CIRSE Corresponding Fellowship.

CIRSE Corresponding Fellowship Application Form and Information
(PDF download 210 KB)

In order to apply for CIRSE Corresponding Fellowship, please complete the CIRSE Corresponding Fellowship Application Form and return it with the required documents to registration@cirse.org.
 

Please note that only emailed applications will be processed!


Please note that the Membership Committee decides about rejection or acceptance of Fellow applications. CIRSE Fellows and CIRSE Corresponding Fellows are subject to the membership fees as determined in accordance with the Articles of Association.