The Radiosurgery Society
Championing the Evolution of Radiosurgery and Ablative Therapies
The Radiosurgery Society® (RSS) is an international, medical professional, non-profit society representing over 800 members in 45 countries. Our members are physicians, medical physicists, scientists, thought-leaders, educators and healthcare professionals affiliated with stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) or stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) treatment centers, academic institutions as well as industry experts with an interest in furthering the fields of SRS, SBRT and advancing therapies.
The purpose of the RSS is to champion the evolution of science, clinical practices, and technological innovations in the fields of SRS, SBRT and advancing therapies by providing an international, multi-disciplinary forum for collaboration and education, and encouraging global adoption of techniques offering optimum safety and efficacy for patients.
The RSS Membership Information
Membership in the RSS offers access to key resources for residents/trainees entering the field and seasoned professionals throughout the world. The society’s commitment to advancing therapies provides opportunities for members to:
- Learn about recent advancements and practical applications
- Stay current with scientific developments and technological breakthroughs
- Collaborate globally with fellow professionals developing curricula
- Engage with researchers and industry experts
The RSS Educational Resources
Learn about a variety of clinical and physics topics on SRS, SBRT and advancing therapies with live and recorded educational webinars.
Dosimetry Plan Library
Download, practice, compare and learn techniques for SRS/SBRT treatment planning.
Satisfy American Board of Radiology’s Maintenance of Certification (MOC) requirements through online Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs).
Expanding outreach of clinical & technical SRS/SBRT research for intracranial & extracranial applications with RSS-affiliated, peer-reviewed journals.
Access white papers covering the use of SRS/SBRT in a variety of clinical situations, including references and treatment guidelines.
The RSS Meetings & Events
February 16, 2023 @ Noon ET
Vault-Free, Cobalt-Free Radiosurgery: Technology Introduction & Case Review from Neurosurgery One
The RSS acts as a conduit for collaboration between academic institutions, medical centers, industry leaders and government agencies. Join us March 23 - 25, 2023, at Loews Sapphire Falls at Universal Orlando in Florida for the 2023 RSS Scientific Meeting.Learn More
Specialty Meetings, Workshops & Events
Periodically, the RSS and our Sponsorship Alliance Partners host specialty meetings, workshops & events focusing on specific areas of practice.
Click the Learn More button to see what events are currently available.