ACNM Inquiry from TJC on CT Interpretation Requirements
ACNM letter to TJC on nuclear medicine technologists requirements
ACNM letter to ATA on Hypothyroidism Guidelines
ACNM letter to ATA on Thyroid Nodules and Differentiated Thyroid Cancer Guidelines
ACNM Scanner - ACNM's Quarterly Newsletter
NMRO Newsletter - the Scintillator
The Program Committee of the American College of Nuclear Medicine invited the submission of original abstracts for the 2015 Mid-Winter Meeting, held January 22-25 in San Antonio, TX. Over 70 abstracts from young professionals (physicians or scientists in training, or in practice within 10 years of graduation) were submitted on aspects of clinical and basic science in nuclear medicine, correlative imaging in radiology, nuclear cardiology and radiation oncology. Accepted abstracts were presented in both oral and poster format.
Best Oral Abstract Travel Grant - Erin Grady
Best Poster Abstract Travel Grant - Simone Krebs
Best Poster Abstract - Pareen Mehta
Best Poster Abstract - Michael Roarke
Best Poster Abstract - Niraj Patel
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 when you sign up by Monday, February 9, 2015.
By subscribing, you will be able to:
Welcome to ACNM,
ACNM is committed to advancing Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Clinical Practice, Research, Advocacy, develop future leaders and foster national and international collaborations.
Membership in the college provides access to wide array of educational courses, leadership opportunities for young professionals (United States and International), and access to Clinical Nuclear Medicine – official journal of the college. The college awards fellowship of the college to distinguished members of the profession around the world and numerous awards to members, residents and students.
Please join the college and make your impact on the field.
Rathan M Subramaniam
The ACNM is proud to host the NMRO, the first and only international Nuclear Medicine organization for residents. Learn more.
NMRO Virtual Journal Club Webinar
Date: March 17, 2015
Time: Noon EST
Topic: How to Make an MR Image.
Presenter: Dr. Raag Airan received SB degrees in Physics and Mathematics from MIT, while also completing graduate level coursework in Physics at the University of Cambridge (UK). He received a PhD in Bioengineering from Stanford University where he developed some of the initial molecular devices of optogenetics in the lab of Karl Deisseroth. He also received his MD from Stanford and is now a resident in Diagnostic Radiology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
If you are unable to participate, the webinar will be recorded and available on the ACNM website following the event.
The ACNM Fund 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:
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.