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American Association for Women Radiologists


The American Association for Women Radiologists (or AAWR) is a professional association founded in 1981 as a resource for "professional socialization" for women in a male-dominated field of radiology.

AAWR’s role model is Marie Curie, extraordinary scientist, mother and teacher.

The main goals of the association were to provide a forum for issues unique to women in radiology, radiation oncology and related professions, to sponsor programs that promote opportunities for women, and to facilitate networking among women radiologists.

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