SNMMI Fellowship Program

The purpose of the SNMMI Fellowship Program is to recognize members of SNMMI for their service to the Society and for their outstanding contributions to the field of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. SNMMI Fellowship is one of the most prestigious formal recognitions available to long-time SNMMI members and symbolizes distinguished service to SNMMI, as well as exceptional achievement in the field of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging.

Fellowship is bestowed upon only a small percentage of SNMMI members, and the Society aims to preserve the honor associated with being recognized as an SNMMI Fellow.

View of list of SNMMI Fellows.

Download the SNMMI Fellow Application.

Questions about the Application Process?

Contact the Development Department, or call 703.652.6780.

Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible, nominees must meet the following requirements:

  • At least 10 uninterrupted years as Full Member of the Society or at least 20 years as an Associate Member
    • Membership eligibility begins the first year in which the member joins the Society as a Full (vs. In-training) or Associate member.
    • Time spent serving in active duty in the U.S. military or the U.S. Public Health Service may be exempted from the 10-year consecutive Full-Member (or the 20-year consecutive Associate Member) requirement.
    • Time spent as an in-training member is not counted toward the 10-year consecutive Full-Member or the 20-year consecutive Associate Member requirement.
    • The 10 consecutive years as a Full Member or 20 years as the Associate Member does not have to be the years immediately preceding nomination.
    • For nominees with discontinuous membership, the application will be reviewed based on aggregate years of membership.
    • Deceased members will not be considered as nominees as SNMMI Fellows. However, should a member die after his/her nomination has been submitted and that candidate is selected, he/she will be granted Fellowship posthumously.

  • Significant contributions in volunteer service and one or more of the remaining areas
    • Distinction in Scholarly activity in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging
    • Significant educational contributions in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging
    • Excellence in clinical practice of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging

Note that it is not necessary for the nominee to have made significant contributions in all of these areas.  The depth and breadth of the contribution in each area will be taken into consideration.

All accomplishments must have been completed by the time of application in order to be eligible for consideration.

Nomination Application can be emailed to tellmer@snmmi.org   

Letters of recommendation should be on institutional letterhead.


Download the SNMMI Fellow Application.

Please note: SNMMI Presidents will automatically receive Fellow status at the completion of their term as President. No application is required. SNMMI Past Presidents prior to 2016 were grandfathered into the program and were granted Fellow status during the SNMMI 2016 Annual Meeting.

 

Questions can be directed to the Development Department, or by calling 703.652.6780.