The ISS Don Resnick Traveling Fellowship program aims to promote the careers of mid-career musculoskeletal faculty and to encourage the international exchange of information concerning musculoskeletal practice and education and to establish professional and academic collaborations, friendships, and networks. The program will be offered twice per year and institutions and countries will change for each cycle.

Fellows will be chosen from a different country than the host institutions. Each fellow will travel for 2 weeks and visit 2 institutions in another country. At each institution, the fellow will meet with local faculty and trainees, present 2-3 lectures and participate in daily activities of their relevant musculoskeletal colleagues (radiologists, pathologists, orthopedic surgeons, etc). Each Fellow will also give a short presentation on their experience at the annual ISS meeting in the year following their fellowship and publish a brief report in Skeletal Radiology. The ISS will cover expenses associated with the program.

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