ASFNR supports Functional Neuroradiology research, and is an educational resource for practicing physicians and scientists in this new and evolving field.
ASFNR 11th Annual Meeting – Special Announcement The dates and location for the ASFNR 11th Annual Meeting are currently being finalized. Due to recent member approval, the meeting dates will be moved from the traditional February-March time frame to September–October. Please watch this website for additional information coming soon.
Welcome to the ASFNR THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF FUNCTIONAL NEURORADIOLOGY (ASFNR) is a specialty society of the American Society of Neuroradiology. The ASFNR was established in June 2004 in Seattle, Washington during the ASNR 42nd Annual Meeting.The ASFNR encourages and facilitates the introduction of Functional Neuroradiology into clinical neuroradiological practices, develops standards for the practice of Functional Neuroradiology, supports Functional Neuroradiology research, and is an educational resource for practicing physicians and scientists in this new and evolving field.
What is Functional Neuroradiology? Functional Neuroradiology expands upon high resolution anatomic imaging of the brain and spine. It is defined as imaging of the functional aspects of the central nervous system, which encompasses emerging techniques including Blood Oxygen Level Dependent Functional MRI, Diffusion Imaging, Perfusion Imaging, Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Magnetoencephalography, Positron Emission Tomography, and Molecular and Metabolic Imaging.
Become A Member Membership in ASFNR provides many benefits for a modest annual fee. A few of the many benefits that Members enjoy include: • Online access to downloadable Paradigms and Annual Meeting Abstracts
• Digital versions of the Annual Meeting Syllabi
• Reduced registration fee to attend the ASNR Annual Meeting
• Reduced registration fee to attend the ASFNR Annual Meeting
• Subscription to the American Journal of Neuroradiology at a reduced rate
• Online access to BOLD fMRI Case Conferences. Find Out More . . .