Attention Young Professionals!

Abstracts are now being accepted for the 2017 ACNM Annual Meeting, January 19-22, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona.

Clinical and scientific abstracts will be accepted on the following topics:

  • Aspects of Clinical and Basic Science in Nuclear Medicine
  • Correlative Imaging in Nuclear Medicine and Radiology
  • Nuclear Pharmacy and Physics
  • Nuclear Cardiology
  • Radionuclide Therapy
  • Quality and Safety in Nuclear Medicine

Submit an Abstract.

ACNM Partners With IMAIOS
The makers of e-Anatomy: Interactive Atlas of Human Anatomy

ACNM members can now subscribe to a new IMAIOS e-Anatomy Program for only $21 a year.

By subscribing, you will be able to:

  • Explore over 5,400 anatomic structures and more than 375,000 translated medical labels
  • View images in CT, MRI, Radiographs, Anatomic diagrams and nuclear images
  • Access the new ACNM newsletter cases available on the e-cases channel for international recognition
  • Exam review questions focused on Nuclear Medicine (coming soon)

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Presidents Message

ACNM 45th President’s Message


We are reenergized from our Board meeting in San Diego, with continued focus on our mission:

“ACNM’s mission is to foster the highest standards in Nuclear Medicine consultation and service to referring physicians, hospitals, and the public, advance the science of Nuclear Medicine through study, education, and improvement of the socioeconomic aspects of the practice of Nuclear Medicine and thereby to improve Nuclear Medicine consultation and service and to promote the continuing competence and socioeconomic awareness of practitioners of Nuclear Medicine through a program of continuing professional development emphasizing high standards of Nuclear Medicine practice.”

We remain on target for 2017 in Phoenix where we will offer a full two-day program, with an extended Thursday scientific session in partnership with the Chinese Society of Nuclear Medicine. Friday we will offer a practical review course and a session addressing nuclear medicine training and practice issues.

As we expand our international partnerships with China and Turkey, Zvi Bar-Sever representing the Israeli Society of Nuclear Medicine and I signed a memorandum-of -understanding for the ACNM to work together with the ISNM with the goal of enhancing the practice of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging through the study, education, and improvement of clinical practice and to facilitate cross cultural exchange.

NMRO has held elections and the NMRO Board of Directors is scheduling a series of meetings focused on enhancing the core agenda of education and careers. NMRO and ACNM is collaborating with the SNMMI and ABNM to respond to the issues presented by the ABR and ABNM proposal of 2015.

Among the recently created educational ACNM activities, monthly webinars and IMAIOS activities are continuing, the first set of ACNM MRI Cases are currently in release, and ACNM will be partnering with ABNM for the creation of innovative MOC content.

Our journal, Clinical Nuclear Medicine celebrated 40 years of publication in June. With a new impact factor of 4.278, Clinical Nuclear Medicine ranks 14 of 125 radiology journals and is number 3 among all nuclear medicine journals!

All of this activity requires adequate funding. While like most professional colleges, most of the working capital comes from membership dues, execution of our ACNM mission is strongly linked to donations to the College through the Education and Research Foundation for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (ERF). Properly managed, we will achieve our mission in a fiscally responsible manner.

I remain grateful to serve as your president,

Patrick M Colletti MD
ACNM President

Save the Date for the 2017 ACNM Annual Meeting

Mark your calendars! The ACNM 2017 Annual Meeting is coming to Phoenix, Arizona, January 19-22, 2017. Learn more about this event.

ACNM Leadership and Health Policy Fellowship Award

Ashley Prosper, MD, a Nuclear Medicine Fellow at the University of Southern California in Los Angles, CA was awarded the 2016 ACNM Leadership and Health Policy Fellowship Award. The Fellowship includes a $250 award provided through funding by the Education and Research Foundation for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (ERF).

ACNM Publications

Access the latest issue of ACNM's official Journal, Clinical Nuclear Medicine and the official newsletter, the Scanner. Get ready for the latest addition, the Spotlights E-Update!

Pareen A. Mehta, MD Named ACNM Editorial Fellowship Award

Pareen A. Mehta, MD, a neuroradiology fellow from LAC+USC Medical Center & Keck Hospital of USC, in Los Angeles, CA was awarded the 2016 ACNM Editorial Fellowship Award. This Fellowship includes a $1,000 award provided through funding by the Education and Research Foundation for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (ERF).

Complimentary Webinars

How to Make an Image with MRI
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 | 12:00 pm ET
Speaker: Raag Airan, MD, PhD
Free for ACNM Members
CME: There is no CME credit for this webinar.

In this webinar, Dr. Airan will cover the basics of how MRI is used to produce a medical image. The basic forms of contrast (T1, T2, etc), general pulse sequence format, and spin and gradient echoes will also be discussed. 



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ACNM Endowed Funds

ACNM Endowed Funds for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging

An endowed scholarship or fellowship provides a permanent and personal way for you to make a difference in the life of a budding physician or researcher.  Gifts that meet a minimum threshold can be named in honor/memory of the donor or his/her designee. We can help you design an award that serves both the needs of nuclear medicine today and that best represents the legacy you wish to leave on the future of the field. Your gift can help our awardees turn their dreams into reality, now and into the future.

Contact Education and Research Foundation for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging at 402.507.5125 to further discuss establishing your fund.

The ACNM Fund

  The ACNM Fund for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging is made up of gifts from ACNM's loyal members, supporters, and friends.  One hundred percent of these contributions benefit ACNM members and Residents, paying for grants, awards, stipends and scholarships to advance their education, training and research objectives. This fund is kept at the Research & Education Foundation for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging and absolutely separated from ACNM operational funds for the life of the fund.

Please generously give at: