• R&E Foundation Seed The Future
    R&E Foundation Seed The Future
  • Seeding the Future of Radiology

  • A Fresh Approach to Grant Funding:

    R&E Foundation Announces New Education Grant Program
    The world of radiology is changing at an ever increasing pace. The development of new, innovative educational products can enhance medical imaging for patients, radiologists, educators and support personnel—and the R&E Foundation has developed a new Education Grant Program to do just that. 

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  • Together 

    Created in 1984 to advance radiologic research and education across multiple subspecialties, the RSNA R&E Foundation provides a critical source of early support and protected time for young investigators to nurture their studies. It has awarded more than 1,300 grants and, thanks to donor support, blossomed from funding two grants totaling $100,000 thirty years ago to over $4 million in 2017 alone, much in part due to the success of the Foundation’s Inspire-Innovate-Invest Campaign that raised $17.5 million to fund radiology research.

    The R&E Foundation creates opportunity at all career levels, especially as funding from other major sources becomes scarce. Since its inception, it has funded more than $55 million in grants—but the real value is far greater. Surveys show that for every $1 granted by the Foundation, recipients have received over 50 additional dollars in subsequent funding from other sources like the NIH. 

  • Radiology Research and Education

  • Growing Strong

    Through the years, grants from the R&E Foundation have resulted in more than $2.8 billion for radiology research and education, bridging gaps in funding for promising investigators and educators—but hundreds of outstanding projects that could bring bright ideas to practice still go unfunded and we need your help. 

    50 to 1

    50:1 Return on Investment

    Surveys show that for every $1 granted by the R&E Foundation, recipients receive 50 additional grant dollars as principal investigator or co-investigator from other sources such as the NIH.

    Your gift matters. 

    Please help us seed the future of medical imaging. Make a donation today!