American College of Veterinary Radiology
The American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR) was founded in 1961 to determine competence of voluntary candidates in veterinary radiology and to encourage the development of teaching personnel and training facilities in veterinary radiology. Veterinary radiology encompasses both the specialties of diagnostic imaging and radiation oncology. The objective of the ACVR is "the advancement of the art and science of radiology"
The Australasian Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging
The Australasian Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging was created to promote knowledge, understanding and the use of diagnostic imaging by practicing veterinarians. Membership of AAVDI is open to anyone interested in diagnostic imaging. Membership is included with the registration fee for the annual conference.
Brazilian Veterinary Radiology Association
The purpose of the Brazilian Veterinary Radiology Association is to provide a forum for veterinarians interested in diagnostic imaging and radiation therapy by promoting lectures, symposiums, national and international meetings as well as establish professional and cultural relationships with other veterinary associations and related professionals.
European Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging
The EAVDI (European Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging) is a non-profit association encompassing all aspects of diagnostic imaging, with the aim of sharing knowledge and expertise as well as providing social and networking opportunities.
We also have a British and Irish Division, EAVDI-BID.
European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging®
The European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging® (ECVDI®) is an organization whose goals are to advance veterinary diagnostic imaging in Europe and increase the competence of those who practise in this field.
The college establishes guidelines for post-graduate education and experience prerequisite to becoming a specialist in veterinary diagnostic imaging, and also examines and certifies veterinarians as specialists in veterinary diagnostic imaging to serve the veterinary profession and the public in general. Our mission includes encouraging research and other contributions to knowledge relating to diagnostic imaging, and promoting communication and dissemination of this knowledge.
The Japanese Society of Veterinary Imaging
The purpose of the Japanese Society of Veterinary Imaging is to contribute to the development and promotion of veterinary diagnostic imaging. To complete our mission, the Society will host meetings for its members to present their research abstracts, provide educational lectures and laboratory sessions, publish journals and news, communicate with other veterinary imaging organizations in Japan and the world and facilitate any other activities to fulfil our mission
Korean Society of Veterinary Medical Imaging
The aim of the Korean Society of Veterinary Medical Imaging is to expedite promotion of the veterinary medical imaging field through academic communication with imaging and other related veterinary specialties, education and scientific conferences, and foster close relationships amongst members. To accomplish our aim, we host scientific conferences for clinical and research presentations, publish periodicals and facilitate any other business to fulfil our aim.