Hot Trot 5K Run/Walk

Exercise your body before you exercise your brain. Sign up for the 3rd Annual “Hot Trot 5K” run/walk.

Proceeds will support the SNMMI-TS Professional Development and Education Fund (PDEF), and Freedom Service Dogs, a local Denver charity enhancing the lives of people with disabilities by rescuing dogs and custom training them for individual client needs. Come out, have fun, and support your field.

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Highlight Country: Germany

As part of SNMMI's ongoing efforts to provide a global perspective on the discipline of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging, this year's meeting will highlight the latest advances in research, technology, and clinical practice in Germany.

Plenary Speakers Announced!

Make plans to attend the Sunday and Monday morning plenary sessions and the Wednesday Henry N. Wagner, Jr., MD Highlights Symposium! These informative sessions highlight keynote speakers, significant awards and accomplishments, the SNMMI business meeting, installation of the new SNMMI president, and much more.

Explore Denver!

Denver takes great pride in its public transportation options. The new A Line from the airport goes to downtown’s Union Station for only $9. Plus, there are all sorts of light rail and bus routes, shuttles, cabs, the free 16th Street Mall Ride and the B-cycle bike-sharing program. Denver also is incredibly walkable, with trails throughout the city.

Reach New Heights in the Mile High City

The SNMMI Annual Meeting is ready to offer you the most complete assessment yet on the current and future direction of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging from a research and clinical perspective. Register today and join your colleagues in Denver!

Fluciclovine Live Training

Just Added! Fluciclovine Live Training Session

Want to learn how to read Fluciclovine F18 scans in the biochemical recurrent prostate cancer patient from the experts? Register now to join us at the SNMMI 2017 Annual Meeting for this 3-hour, hands-on, case review training session. Don’t miss out this great opportunity to learn how to accurately interpret the newly approved agent, Fluciclovine F18.  

Please note: registration is complimentary, but separate from your Annual Meeting registration. Space is limited to the first 100 registrants.

Register now.

Just Announced!

Just Announced! Julian E. Bailes, MD—a recognized leader in the field of neurosurgery and the impact of brain injury on brain function—will make a special announcement regarding the SAFTIE (Scanning to Assess for Traumatic Injury and Encephalopathy) Study during this year's Annual Meeting Opening Plenary Session and Henry N. Wagner, Jr., MD Lectureship.

Dr. Bailes has been instrumental in the understanding of the clinical evidence of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a progressive degenerative disease found in individuals who have been subjected to multiple concussions and other forms of head injury. Dr. Bailes was featured in the film "Concussion," portrayed by Alec Baldwin.