The International Foundation for Sonography Education and Research (IFSER), is dedicated to improving access to quality education and information for the global diagnostic ultrasound community.

At IFSER, we strive to support and nurture ultrasound students, instilling passion for education in sonography all around the world.

How Will Someone Win the $1,000 Scholarship?

1. Hosting school for the Educator’s Summit will be the recipient of the $1,000 scholarship for a student in their program.

2. International recipient will be from one of our International Partners.

The Hosting School and the International Organization will use whatever metrics they choose to come up with an outstanding student/candidate, one who demonstrates passion and leadership in ultrasound and is most in need for the scholarship/award.

Support Us

Interested in supporting IFSER in our Mission with Student Scholarships, International Teaching/Training, or sponsoring the Educator’s Summit?
Click below to donate today!


Or send a check to:
P.O. Box 132168
Tyler, TX 75713

Silent Auction Items

If you would like to donate any item(s) to the Educator’s Summit, please contact:

2020 Dr. Rawool Student Scholarship Winner

Kurt Scheeler, Axel Daniel (background) and Kaeden (surviving son) 

Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography Student

Loma Linda University

“IFSER Board of Directors, Thank you for awarding me the IFSER Scholarship. I want you to know how deeply I appreciate your trust and generosity.  Your support plays a critical and meaningful part in helping me accomplish the most important goal of my lifetime. “In memory of our 4-year-old son Axel Daniel Scheeler, I will become the best pediatric cardiac sonographer I can be to help children achieve their best health.”

I can assure you that your decision will be treated with humility and sincerity. I intend to pursue my education and career with passion, and effectiveness. It is my hope that I can take my skills to help many children with medical adversities go on to lead successful and fruitful lives. Please know you have played a significant role in making this a reality.”