The Foundation of the ASNR

Founded in 1995, The Foundation of the American Society of Neuroradiology (FASNR) is the philanthropic arm of the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR), a 501 (c) 6 professional society for Neuroradiologists, located throughout the United States and North America. FASNR is based on the principles that Neuroradiology is dependent on new knowledge and discovering and educating Neuroradiologists is fundamental. Quality mentoring is essential to the development and continuation of this specialty.

The American Society of Neuroradiology funds imaging-based research that advance our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease, help identify new treatment strategies, provide information to improve care for people with dementia, and further our knowledge of brain health and disease prevention. Our awards support investigators at every professional stage and always include categories specifically designed to help talented young scientists establish careers in Alzheimer’s imaging research.

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Impact Statement

Leo P. Sugrue M.D., Ph.D.
Through the generous support of this FASNR award, I have been able to secure protected research time to advance this project. More..

Leo P. Sugrue, MD, PhD University of California, San Francisco San Francisco, California September 13, 2017

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Foundation Research Awards

View awards description, applications, deadline information and past recipients

2017 Award Recipients

Top Donors

(Fiscal Year 2018: July 2017 through June 2018)

Champion ( $5,000+ )

Dr. Laurie Loevner
Dr. Anne G. Osborn

Leader ( $2,500+ )

Ms. Mary Beth Hepp
Dr. Laurie Loevner
Dr. Lex A. Mitchell
Dr. Susan Palasis
Dr. Jeffrey S. Ross
Drs. Howard Rowley and Carol Diamond
Dr. Pina C. Sanelli
Erin & Darren Schwartz
Drs. Keith Smith and Lisa Jones
Dr. Samuel M. Wolpert

Lifetime Contributions

Recently, the Foundation of the American Society of Neuroradiology established three giving circles: Leadership Circle, Chairman’s Society, and the Corporate Giving Circle. The goals of the giving circles include increasing Foundation giving (annual, major, and planned gifts), creating an organizational identity, and building camaraderie among philanthropists who consistently support the Foundation.