Plenary Sessions

Make plans to attend the Sunday and Monday morning plenary sessions and the Wednesday Henry N. Wagner, Jr., MD Highlights Symposium at the Colorado Convention Center. These informative sessions highlight keynote speakers, significant awards and accomplishments, the SNMMI business meeting, installation of the new SNMMI president, a synopsis of research during the Annual Meeting, announcement of the Image of the Year and much more.

Opening Plenary Session and Henry N. Wagner, Jr., MD Lectureship

Sunday, June 11 | Four Seasons Ballroom |  8:00–9:30 am 

Theranostics – Looking Back and Moving Forward
Richard Baum, MD, PhD

The Henry N. Wagner, Jr., MD Lectureship will focus on the development of theranostics within molecular nuclear medicine over the last two decades with a special focus on neuroendocrine tumors and prostate cancer.

Add the Opening Plenary Session and Henry N. Wagner, Jr., MD Lectureship to your schedule.

Additional Plenary Speaker(s):

Imaging with a Purpose: The Future of Nuclear Medicine, Molecular Imaging and Therapy
Johannes Czernin, MD

Add the Opening Plenary Session and Henry N. Wagner, Jr., MD Lectureship to your schedule.


SNMMI-TS Award Recognition and Plenary Session

Sunday, June 11 | Mile High Ballroom 2A3A | 12:152:00 pm


SNMMI Business Meeting and Special Plenary Session: Anger Lectureship

Monday, June 12 | Four Seasons Ballroom |  8:00–9:30 am 

In addition to the Anger Lectureship, the SNMMI Business Meeting will take place featuring Society updates, significant awards and accomplishments and the induction of the new President.


Physiologic Stenosis Severity Predicts Very High Coronary MACE Reduced by Revascularization – The Dilemma Between Randomized Trials and Personalized Coronary Intervention Guided by PET.
K. Lance Gould, MD

Add the SNMMI Business Meeting and Special Plenary Session: Anger Lectureship to your schedule.


Henry N. Wagner, Jr., MD Highlights Symposium

Wednesday, June 14 | Four Seasons Ballroom 1-2 |11:30 am–1:15 pm

The scientific highlights of the Annual Meeting will be presented in the context of modern molecular medicine.  This session will also provide insights on what is new in the areas of neuroscience, oncology and cardiology based on the highlighted research presenting during the SNMMI Annual Meeting.

Highlights Lecturers:

Patrick Colletti, MD
University of Southern California
General Nuclear Medicine
Alex Drzezga, MD
University Hospital of Cologne
Neuroscience
Nagara Tamaki, MD, PhD
Hokkaido University School of Medicine
Cardiology
Wolfgang Weber, MD
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Cancer