ACNM is pleased to announce its 2019 Awards Recipients who were honored at the ACNM Awards Ceremony and Banquet in January:
Gold Medal Award: Dr. Leonard Freeman of Montefiore Medical Center
Lifetime Achievement Award: Dr. Peter Conti of the University of Southern California
Best Clinical Mentor: Dr. Mark Tulchinsky
Best Personal Mentor: Dr. Kevin Banks
Leadership and Health Policy Fellow: Dr. Justin Peacock
Editorial Fellow: Dr. Sonia Mahajan
ACNM requests retraction of JCO article (January 2018)
ACNM comments on EO13769 (2-8-2017)
ACNM Responds to NRC Proposed Revision (1-9-2017)
ACNM Release Report from AMA Meeting (7-22-2016)
ACNM Responds to VA Affairs Proposed Rules (7-19-2016)
ACNM establishes relationships with international sister organizations to enhance the practice of nuclear medicine/molecular imaging through the study, education and improvement of clinical practice in various countries; and to facilitate cross cultural exchange of nuclear medicine. For more information on ACNM's partnerships:
ACNM 48th President
Erin Grady, MD, FACNM
The new CertLink cycle began on January 1, 2019. Diplomates with time-limited certificates expiring in 2022 and 2023 must have enrolled by May 14, 2019.
More details about the program can be found on CertLink™ on the ABNM website.
Please contact the ABNM office via email or phone at email@example.com or 314-367-2225 if you have any questions.
The ACNM Fund for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging is made up of gifts from ACNM's loyal members, supporters, and friends. One hundred percent of these contributions benefit ACNM members and Residents, paying for grants, awards, stipends and scholarships to advance their education, training and research objectives. This fund is kept at the Research & Education Foundation for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging and absolutely separated from ACNM operational funds for the life of the fund.
ACNM Endowed Funds for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging
An endowed scholarship or fellowship provides a permanent and personal way for you to make a difference in the life of a budding physician or researcher. Gifts that meet a minimum threshold can be named in honor/memory of the donor or his/her designee. We can help you design an award that serves both the needs of nuclear medicine today and that best represents the legacy you wish to leave on the future of the field. Your gift can help our awardees turn their dreams into reality, now and into the future.
Contact Education and Research Foundation for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging at 402.507.5125 to further discuss establishing your fund.