Founded in 1995, The Foundation of the American Society of Neuroradiology (Foundation) is the philanthropic arm of the American Society of Neuroradiology, a 501 (c) 6 professional society for Neuroradiologists.

The mission of the Foundation is to promote research, education, and innovation in neuroradiology that will advance clinical practice and improve patient outcomes.

2024 Grant Recipients

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Recipients

Impact Statements

2023 Women in Neuroradiology Leadership Award

Thank you again for the Women in Neuroradiology Leadership Award and the opportunity to attend the RLI Summit in Boston.

Nikdokht (Niky) Farid, MD

2023 Foundation of the ASNR Grant Program Recipient

2023 Foundation of the ASNR Grant Program Impact Statement “Integrating functional MR perfusion biomarkers with genomic […]

Nancy Pham, MD

2023 Foundation of the ASNR Grant Program Recipient

2023 Foundation of the ASNR Grant Program Impact Statement “This grant has provided me with the […]

Licia Luna, MD, PhD

2023 Foundation of the ASNR Grant Program Recipient

2023 Foundation of the ASNR Grant Program Impact Statement “I am incredibly thankful and appreciative of […]

Peter Kamel, MD

2023 Foundation of the ASNR Grant Program Recipient

2023 Foundation of the ASNR Grant Program Impact Statement “I am so grateful for this grant […]

Virginia Hill, MD

2022 Boerger Research Fund for Alzheimer’s Disease and Neurocognitive Disorders

Use of AI for intermodality conversion of brain MR to PET for diagnosis of AD, MCI, and aging normals

Vivek Prabhakaran, MD, PhD

Top Donors

Diamond ($10,000 +)

    Platinum ($5,000 +)

      Gold ($2,500 +)

        Silver ($1,000 +)

        • Dr. Erik H. GaenslerMay 15, 2024

        Bronze ($ 500 +)

          Friend ($250 +)

          • David M YousemJanuary 01, 1970
          • Dr. David M. YousemJanuary 01, 1970
          • Dr. Fabricio GoncalvesJanuary 01, 1970
          • Dr. Fabricio GoncalvesJanuary 01, 1970
          • Dr. Sirisha T. KomakulaJanuary 01, 1970
          • Dr. Virginia B. HillJanuary 01, 1970
          • Dr. Virginia B. HillJanuary 01, 1970
          • Dr. Virginia B. HillJanuary 01, 1970
          • Gregory ChristoforidisJanuary 01, 1970
          • Javier RomeroJanuary 01, 1970

          Supporter (Up to $249)

          • Dr. Blair A. WinegarJanuary 01, 1970
          • Dr. Edward P. QuigleyJanuary 01, 1970
          • Dr. Edward P. QuigleyJanuary 01, 1970
          • Dr. Matthew KlumppJanuary 01, 1970
          • Dr. Melissa WarstadtJanuary 01, 1970

          Announcements

          The Alzheimer’s Association and the Foundation of the ASNR Announce the Recipients of Imaging Grants

          The Alzheimer’s Association and The Foundation of the American Society of Neuroradiology have announced the recipients of a new funding program for imaging-related research. The goal of The Alzheimer’s Association & The Foundation of the ASNR Funding Opportunity: Imaging Research in Alzheimer’s and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases is to support the development of new novel imaging tools, advance imaging-based research, and provide funding for novel and innovative imaging data analysis pertaining to Alzheimer’s and related dementia.

          Awardees each received up to $200,000 for the one-year period of funding.

          Foundation of the ASNR to Establish New Mental Health Research and Education Initiative

          The Foundation of the ASNR has received a charitable gift totaling $4,000,000 to establish the Aldon Mark Berger Fund for Research and Education in Mental Health. The Foundation gratefully acknowledges the generosity of the estate of Elaine Berger in making this donation.

          The Aldon Mark Berger Fund will be used by the Foundation to develop competitive research grants and provide education for imaging as it relates to mental health, which is an integral part in the diagnosis and treatment of several diseases and disorders.

          Congratulations to the 2024 Outstanding Contributions in Research Award Recipient

          The ASNR awards Timothy P.L. Roberts, PhD, with the 2024 Outstanding Contributions in Research Award.
          Timothy P.L. Roberts, PhD is Professor of Radiology at the University of Pennsylvania/ Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Roberts is vice-chair of research in the Department of Radiology at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and directs the Lurie Family Foundations’ MEG Imaging Center. He also holds the Oberkircher Family Chair in Pediatric Radiology at CHOP. He has 35 years’ experience in medical imaging and has published in excess of 300 manuscripts primarily in the area of physiological and functional imaging. He has 30 years accumulated expertise in magnetoencephalography (MEG), and has published over 120 MEG articles, primarily on auditory processes in control and patient populations, especially ASD.

          Congratulations to 2023 Anne G. Osborn ASNR Outreach Professors

          The ASNR International Collaborations Committee congratulates the 10 ASNR members who were selected as 2023 Anne G. Osborn ASNR Outreach Professors.