ARRS Global Partner
Japan Radiological Society
The Japan Radiological Society (JRS), established in 1950, has been the leading official society in the field of radiological sciences in Japan. The aim of the society is to promote radiological science in collaboration with various related societies. JRS has a membership of 7,500.
ARRS and JRS leaders meet to discuss their global partnership
JRS-ARRS Global Partnership Neuroradiology Imaging Web Symposium
This web symposium features important topics in pediatric and adult neuroradiology imaging: stroke imaging, diffusion MRI and white matter, and spinal dysraphism. This collection includes seven lectures from the Japan Radiological Society (JRS) and the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) and two American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR) articles.
Featured Journal Publication
In 2012, Dr. Joseph K.T. Lee, ARRS Past President, became an honorary JRS member and Dr. Sachio Kuribayashi, JRS President, became an honorary ARRS member.
ARRS Honorary Member: Sachio Kuribayashi, MD, PhD
JRS Honorary Member: Joseph K.T. Lee, MD
ARRS participated in a global exchange during the JRS 2012 Annual Meeting in Yokohama, April 12–15. ARRS representatives gave lectures and provided information on the global partnership with JRS representatives. Award winning ARRS electronic exhibits were highlighted during the meeting.
JRS participated in a Global Exchange Featuring Japan during the ARRS 2012 Annual Meeting in Vancouver, April 30–May 4. JRS representatives presented instructional courses and scientific sessions with ARRS faculty. Award winning JRS electronic exhibits were highlighted during the meeting and a focus group on radiology screening practices was held with ARRS and JRS leaders.