Supported by: ERF
All applicants must be members of the SNMMI or SNMMI-TS. To become a member please visit the SNMMI membership website at www.snmmi.org/membership and click on the join or renew tab. Any applicants who are not members of the SNMMI or SNMMI-TS will not be considered.
Applicants must also be residence of or actively practicing in the continental US, Canada, or Mexico.
Fellowship assignments demand a capacity for quick learning and a willingness to work hard, often on issues outside an individual's area of expertise.
Selection will be based on a combination of the following criteria:
• Record of professional achievement in one's career
• Evidence of leadership skills and the potential for further growth
• Demonstrated commitment to public service/administration evidenced by prior leadership positions in other committees/associations
• Sincere desire to achieve the goals and objectives of the Fellowship in the form of an essay on why the applicant thinks he/she should be selected.
• Skills to succeed at the highest levels in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging, and the ability to work effectively as part of a team
• Exceptional writing ability, a positive attitude, and strong leadership skills
Candidates selected will be required to travel the SNMMI office in Reston, VA from on or about mid-September 2018