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Nuclear and molecular imaging are vital elements of today's medical practice, adding an additional dimension to diagnosis that can change the way diseases are understood and treated. Nuclear medicine therapies treat specific diseases, such as lymphoma or thyroid cancer, by allowing a high dose of medicine to be delivered directly to a tumor or problem area. SNMMI's fact sheets explain how nuclear medicine and molecular imaging can help diagnose and/or treat a wide range of diseases.
Interested in radiopharmaceutical therapy for cancer and other diseases? Visit our Therapy Central portal, or check out our nuclear medicine therapy infographic.
SNMMI publishes two peer-reviewed medical journals—The Journal of Nuclear Medicine (JNM) and The Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology (JNMT)—which feature the latest in molecular imaging research. JNM and JNMT are the most widely read peer-reviewed publications in molecular imaging, nuclear medicine and allied disciplines.
Every month, JNM brings readers around the globe key research articles on theranostics, nuclear medicine therapy, and imaging of cancer, neurological disease, cardiological disease, and other disease as well as continuing education articles and updates on rapidly changing issues in practice and research.
Published quarterly, JNMT focuses on technology, quality assurance, radiation safety, and the clinical applications of nuclear medicine. Each issue features continuing education articles written by leading educators in nuclear medicine technology as well as news and updates on practice, licensure, and credentialing for nuclear medicine technologists. Practitioners from across the imaging sciences turn to JNMT for peer-reviewed information related to daily clinical practice.
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The SNMMI Annual Meeting is recognized as the premier educational, scientific, research, and networking event in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging. The four-day event, which generally takes place each June, provides physicians, technologists, pharmacists, laboratory professionals, and scientists with an in-depth view of the latest research and development in the field and the clinic.
The SNMMI 2023 Annual Meeting will take place June 24–27, 2023, at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL.
Leading molecular imaging and nuclear medicine physicians, radiologists, cardiologists, pharmacists, scientists, lab professionals, and technologists, representing the world's top medical and academic institutions and centers. The 2022 Annual Meeting attracted more than 6,700 registrants.
The 2023 Annual Meeting will feature an exceptional program highlighted by some of the hottest topics in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging, including a science pavilion featuring the latest scientific research, an interactive virtual exhibit hall, categorical seminars, satellite symposia, networking events, and more.
SNMMI offers free registration to accredited members of the press or writers who can supply a letter of assignment from a publication or media outlet. Registration provides access to all open educational sessions, the exhibit area, and press room.
Pre-registration is required. Members of the media should register by contacting Rebecca Maxey at firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 652-6772.
The SNMMI Press Office location will be posted here when available. An SNMMI press liaison will be present to handle media requests.
Saturday, June 24 — 1:00−5:00 pm
Sunday, June 25 — 10:00 am−5:30 pm
Monday, June 26 — 10:00 am−5:30 pm
Tuesday, June 27 — 8:00 am−5:30 pm
Follow us on Twitter @SNM_MI for the latest updates from the meeting; our official hashtag is #SNMMI23.
Event details and program information will be available in early 2023 on the SNMMI website.
A new literature review sheds light on how nuclear medicine brain imaging can help evaluate the biological changes that cause chemotherapy-related cognitive impairment (CRCI), commonly known as chemo-brain. This information—published ahead-of-print in JNM—can help patients better understand the changes in their cognitive status during and after treatment.
In a new JNM article, Irène Buvat, PhD, and Wolfgang Weber, MD, PhD, explore the potential for using AI chatbot ChatGPT in the field of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging.
PSMA PET mapping of cancer recurrence in the prostate bed shows that current radiotherapy contouring guidelines—which determine the target areas for treatment—miss a significant number of lesions and may unnecessarily irradiate healthy tissues, according to a new study published ahead of print in JNM. Researchers are calling for redefinition of the guidelines to improve patient outcomes.
A novel, palm-sized imaging modality that can visualize the distribution of medical radiopharmaceuticals with very fine resolution has been developed and successfully tested, according to research published in March JNM. Known as the lensless radiomicroscope, the instrument offers the same level of imaging performance as its closest imaging equivalent but comes with significantly larger field of view and costs less than $100.
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