SNMMI is excited to announce several new virtual learning opportunities—free for members—coming this April.
These online learning activities allow you to access SNMMI’s cutting-edge content directly from your connected device.
April 7, 2020 | 12:00 pm ET | Simin Dadparvar, MD, FACNM, FACR, FSNMMI
Investigate nuclear medicine's role in the evaluation and treatment of lung cancer in this one-hour member-only webinar for physicians and scientists, offered through a joint initiative of SNMMI and ACNM. You'll learn more about the role of PET/CT in surgical management of lung mass, and compare the value of CT scans versus PET/CT for radiation treatment planning, as well as an analysis of the pros and cons of anatomic versus nuclear medicine studies in evaluation of metastasis. Register
Beginning April 7 |Tuesdays at 1:00 pm ET | Multiple Speakers
Develop a profound knowledge and understanding of AI for medical imaging.
Examine the basic concepts and methods in AI, and how these methods are increasingly applied in imaging, including anatomic radiology and nuclear medicine/molecular imaging during this new 6-session webinar series. This new series, organized by the Physics Instrumentation and Data Sciences Council, will take place over six weeks on Tuesdays at 1:00 pm ET. Each webinar will be 60 minutes in length, with the exception of webinar #2, which will be 90 minutes in length. Register.
April 9, 2020 | 3:00 pm ET | Mary Beth Farrell, MS, CNMT, NCT, FSNMMI-TS
Analyze the basic structure of a scientific article during this one-hour webinar—Simple Tips and Dirty Tricks for Writing a Manuscript—including understanding the fundamentals of formatting an image to submit a publication. In addition, you'll learn how a poorly described investigation can have a negative impact on an excellent scientific idea. Register.
April 20, 2020 | 12:00 pm ET | Twyla Bartel, MD, DO
In this webinar, organized by the SNMMI PET Center of Excellence, you'll learn to recognize the indications for Ga-68 Dotatate imaging, and common interpretation pitfalls. Plus, you'll identify the normal biodistribution of Ga-68 Dotatate, as well as compare and contrast findings with other imaging modalities. Register.
April 22, 2020 | 3:00 pm ET | April Mann, MBA, CNMT, NCT, RT(N)
Get an overview of the technical and logistical considerations for starting a cardiac PET program. Radiopharmaceutical considerations and MPI calcium scoring in conjunction with PET MPI will also be discussed. This will emphasize clinical knowledge, and is geared for Nuclear Medicine Physicians and Technologists. The content will enhance the skillset of personnel new to cardiac PET, and provide a refresher for experienced personnel. Register.
May 7, 2020 | 3:00 pm ET | David W. Dick, PhD
Increase your understanding on the approval process and regulatory parameters required for an IND or ANDA, leading a better understanding of the requirements and ultimately improve patient care. The webinar will help you describe the difference of using approved drugs under IND or ANDA, explain the requirements for cost recovery and expanded access INDs, and understand the review timelines for ANDA approval. Register.
Explore the latest innovations in therapy with virtual sessions from the recent SNMMI Therapeutics Conference: Therapies, Theranostics, and Building Your Radionuclide Clinical Practice. This cutting-edge content from SNMMI—the profession’s leading therapeutics and targeted radionuclide therapy resource— includes sessions on acquiring the knowledge and resources to effectively deliver theranostics agents and the fundamental steps necessary to establish a nuclear medicine therapy program at your institution.