Associates

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The Korean Society of Radiology

2001 Unify The Spring and Fall Scientific Congresses (only once a year)

2004 Renaming The Academy:from Department of Diagnostic Radiology to Department of Radiology (Society was Renamed to Korean Society of Radiology) Grand Prize Award from The Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Establishment of The Korean Institute for Accreditation of Medical Image

Oct. 2008 The 12th Congress of AOCR

Iranian Society of Radiology

Iranian Society of Radiology

Radiological Society of Iran was established in 1845 by the late doctor Rouholamini, at the beginning of this forum the role of a specialized agency and a scientific society focusing on the science and practice of radiology in Iran.

It is now more than 2000 members and 10 branches in major cities like Isfahan and Tabriz province

Iranian Society of Radiology has many specialized committees composed of university professors and qualified professionals who have specialized training and consulting services in times of decision-making do.

Scientific activities include the annual Congress is the most important of them Radiology Congress, the largest gathering of radiologists and other specialists of radiology, and imaging informatics conference, along with many other courses in the country.

Turkish Society of Radiology

Turkish Society of Radiology

The Turkish Society of Radiology filled the 90th anniversary of its founding in 2014, it is still the largest industry association in the field of medicine in Turkey. Our Association has a membership of 4034 to 2014. Society is headquartered in Ankara. Central except Adana, Antalya, Ankara, Bursa, Erzurum, Istanbul, Izmir and association activities are carried out with 8 branches in Samsun. Our Association headquarters in Ankara offers a modern and permanent status in the two staff members who own property.

European Society of Radiology

European Society of Radiology

Founded in 2005, by merging the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) and the European Association of Radiology (EAR), the European Society of Radiology (ESR) is an apolitical, non-profit organisation dedicated to strengthening and unifying European radiology.

With more than 63,000 members across the globe, it has grown to become the largest radiological society in the world and hosts one of the biggest and most innovative scientific meetings in Europe, the European Congress of Radiology, in Vienna each year.

The Society works closely with national radiological societies across Europe and further afield, while establishing relationships with major international organisations from other related fields. It also monitors developments on the EU level which could have an impact on research and practice in radiology, with the best interests of the patient as its overriding goal.