Clinical Nuclear Medicine, PET-CT and PET-MRI is a well-established multidisciplinary post-graduate course designed for health care professionals involved in the practice of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging including nuclear medicine physicians, radiologists, fellows, residents, medical students, physicists and technologists. The objective of the course is to provide continuing and up-to-date professional development through the review of established clinical applications as well as new and emerging ones within the specialty of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging. Through a combination of lectures on various topics with a focus on CASE-BASED STUDIES with interactive audience participation using an electronic audience response system, the participants will be able to review a broad scope of new and advanced clinical applications, learn about technology innovations, and participate in Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs) to fulfill yearly Maintenance of Certification (MOC) requirement
The SNMMI Annual Meeting has been recognized by thousands of professional attendees as the premier educational and networking event in molecular imaging and nuclear medicine. The 2014 Annual Meeting will continue to build on past successes offering: the latest educational content; virtual learning opportunities both during the meeting and post-conference; networking events; and an exhibit hall packed with the latest technology.
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Join Paul Christian, BS, CNMT, PET, for an informative webinar to help nuclear medicine technologists and PET imaging personnel discover why artifacts appear and how to minimize their occurrence.
NorCal CarciNET is hosting a day of discussion on the latest developments in neuroendocrine tumor (NET) research and treatment. Topics will range from discovery and diagnosis through treatment and living with cancer and feature experts from around the world. Open to both patients, caregivers and those interested in NETs.
SNMMI has designed a program of first-class offerings highlighting the current and emerging technical, preclinical, and clinical applications of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging.
In a pivot from earlier planning, the much-publicized BRAIN Initiative at NIH will now include a significant amount of funding for advanced imaging projects. This is a big victory for the imaging community, including many who wrote to NIH in support of increased imaging within the major new initiative. Now, we must ensure a robust response! DEADLINE extended to March 28!