Message from the President,
Feng-Ming (Spring) Kong, MD, PhD

In the winter at RSNA, and in the winder editions of the newsletter, I discussed how collaborations with other organizations can further the cause of AAWR. In the spring’s newsletter, we continued the conversation with ideas about how radiology and radiation oncology learn from each other. Now, in the summer, I would like to focus on Win-Win Collaboration at the level of individual women—She Wins, You Win, I Win, and We Win.  Read More

About AAWR

The Association was founded in 1981 to: provide a forum for issues unique to women in radiology, radiation oncology and related professions; sponsor programs that promote opportunities for women; and facilitate networking among members and other professionals

Women in Radiology


The AAWR recognizes the achievements of AAWR Members who have influenced others by their teaching, clinical care and/or research, and leadership in radiology.  AAWR honors radiology and radiation oncology residents who have demonstrated outstanding efforts in clinical care, teaching, research and/or public service.

Career Advancement

The AAWR's mission is to assist its Members in building a successful career through the development of leadership and negotiation skills, improving teaching and presentation skills, balancing work and family life.