Opening Date: October 25, 2017
Sponsor: Henry N. Wagner, Jr, MD Family
Dr. Masahiro Iio was one of Dr. Henry Wagner’s first fellows at John Hopkins. During his time at the university, Dr. Iio worked tirelessly on the development of the first nuclear imaging of the lung.
In 1963, Dr. Iio invited Dr. Wagner on his first trip to Japan, fostering a lifelong connection to the country. Upon the passing of Dr. Iio, Dr. Wagner helped raise donations in honor of his friend’s contributions to nuclear medicine. Dr. Wagner’s wife, Mrs. Ann Wagner, designated the monies toward the creation of the SNMMI Masahiro Iio, MD Award.
The Masahiro Iio, MD Award will offer two awards of $750 toward travel expenses to the 2018 SNMMI Annual Meeting in Denver, CO to Japanese citizens. This travel award will be given to the first authors of the top two abstracts from Japan.
This application is NOT for nuclear medicine technologists and nuclear medicine technology students (please see instead the SNMMI-TS Annual Meeting Travel Award).
Applicants must currently be students or trainees in a field relative to nuclear medicine and/or molecular imaging.
This application must be completed in its entirety within the designated timeline
Applicant must be a SNMMI member
Applicant must be the first author of submitted abstract
Applicant must be a Japanese citizen currently residing and working in Japan
Applicants must currently be students or trainees in a field relative to nuclear medicine and/or molecular imaging
Applications must include:
-The control number(s) for your submitted abstracts:
-A brief online recommendation from the applicant’s academic/professional director confirming that the applicant is deserving of the travel award and that the applicant is considered a student or trainee at their university/institution;
Selection of recipients will be based upon several criteria:
-the number of orals or posters for which the applicant is the designated presenter at the Annual Meeting
-the number of orals and posters for which the applicant is the first author