June 15, 2015
At the end of April, I had dinner with three people at Nino’s Restaurant in New York City. Nino’s is popular with celebrities and the owner, Nino Selimaj, is friends with many of them. Personally, I felt like I was among celebrities from our industry, as I shared a table with three people deeply grounded in molecular imaging.
In attendance were Dr. Stanley Goldsmith (who recommended Nino’s restaurant), James Reiss, and Don Bogutski. Goldsmith is the past president of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and has been actively involved with the society for more than four decades, and he is also Director-Emeritus and Professor of Radiology and Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College.