The Resident and Fellow Section (RFS) is made up of over 300 members, all of whom are MRS members-in-training. The RFS is governed by elected officials who aim to create policies and resources that will benefit current trainees and the specialty as a whole.

The RFS offers a variety of resources and networking opportunities for its members. These include networking opportunities, mentorship programs, and educational events. Through these initiatives, trainees can connect with peers and senior members of the specialty, gain valuable insights into the field, and develop the skills they need to succeed as radiologists.

In addition to providing support and guidance for its members, the RFS also plays an important role in shaping the future of the specialty. The section’s leaders work closely with the board of trustees and other MRS committees to advocate for the needs and interests of trainees, and to help ensure that the specialty remains vibrant, dynamic, and responsive to the changing needs of patients and healthcare systems.

Overall, the Resident and Fellow Section represents a vital resource for trainees in the field of radiology. Through its commitment to education, mentorship, advocacy, and innovation, the RFS helps to ensure that the next generation of radiologists is well-equipped to meet the challenges and opportunities of this exciting and rapidly-evolving field.