The European Society of Radiology is happy to announce the first European Radiology Review Fellowships

Up to 10 candidates will be trained as reviewers for European Radiology for a period of approximately 6 months (March to September).


The fellowship will consist of an initial training session during the ECR 2019 in Vienna (date to be confirmed). This workshop will be led by the Editor-in-Chief of European Radiology, Prof. Yves Menu.
Over the duration, the fellows will perform reviews of manuscripts, in addition to senior reviewers, and will have their work revised and analysed by their supervising Editor.

Expected benefits

The selected candidates will receive free registration to ECR 2019. Furthermore, the fellows will become familiar with manuscript handling, methods for analysing scientific papers and criteria for editorial decisions (accept, revise, reject, decline).
At the end of the fellowship period, the fellows will receive a certificate and might remain as permanent reviewers for the journal.

Selection process

The selection of is made by the Editor-in-Chief together with the Deputy Editors.


Candidates must:

  • Be a certified radiologist or radiology resident
  • Be an active member of the European Society of Radiology

Candidates still in training or under the age of 35 are preferred.


Applications must include:

  • Updated Curriculum vitae
  • Cover letter, mentioning their preferred subspecialties if any

Letters of reference can be included.

Deadline for applications is November 30, 2018.

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European Radiology is a scientific journal, owned by the European Society of Radiology (ESR). European Radiology is free to all members of the ESR and publishes high-quality original papers and short communications in the field of radiology. The best research, spanning a variety of topical fields is published on a monthly basis, and authors and researchers are provided with an established platform for the publication of scientific material in a quick and professional way.

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