How does I M A G I N E work?

Research fellowships will be granted to allow a one-year stay in a host institution to accomplish a research project thematically orientated to imaging of rheumatic diseases and meeting the aforementioned objectives of the IMAGINE (International Imaging Exchange) Fellowship Programme. Applicants will have to submit a research proposal describing the planned study and need to mention their choice of the host centre, where they plan to conduct the study. All host centres participating in the International Imaging Fellowship Programme are characterized by outstanding research and education in imaging of rheumatic diseases.

Proposals will be evaluated by the Scientific Board and by the founding members of the IMAGINE Fellowship Programme and rated based on their research content and quality as well as the track record of the individual applicant.