IRIYAIntroduction to Research for International Young Academics
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At the Sunday evening reception function, we met the other course organisers and our fellow IRIYA participants (16 young radiologists selected from 13 different countries).
There was an interesting panel discussion during which we, the IRIYA participants, could ask a team of academic radiologists any question pertaining to research or a career in academic radiology.
A formal, closing dinner was held at the Chicago Marriott Magnificent Mile Hotel for the IRIYA and Introduction to Academic Radiology course participants (second-year American radiology residents), during which an American radiologist in private practice entertained us with a speech entitled Career Choices - a comical address discussing the pros and cons of careers in academic and private radiology.
The IRIYA Seminar provided a vital foundation for our future careers in academic radiology.
I was privileged to be one of 16 radiologists from around the world accepted for the IRIYA 2011 programme.
During the research seminar, all IRIYA delegates were given the opportunity to present a current research proposal, which was critically evaluated by a panel.
The IRIYA programme was an excellent opportunity to network and meet international mentors, researchers and colleagues, facilitating opportunities for future collaborative research projects.
In addition to the IRIYA programme (where all sessions were compulsory), I was able to attend the early morning and late afternoon refresher and multisession courses.