The purpose of the Mentoring Program is to assist the nuclear medicine trainee (i.e. residents, fellows and researchers) to develop fully their professional career through a support system that augments guidance by nuclear medicine residency program directors. These programs complement ACNM's priority to recruit, retain and develop job opportunities for the competent and qualified nuclear medicine physicians and researchers in United States. The goal is to implement the proven success strategies of mentoring in career development in nuclear medicine field.
If you are interested in participating in the ACNM Mentoring Program, please review the list of volunteer mentors, paying particular attention to their "Areas of Guidance and Expertise" section, and contact the mentor of your choice directly. If you both agree with the mentoring partnership, please complete the "Mentoring Partnership Agreement" and submit the form to:
American College of Nuclear Medicine
Attn: Mentoring Program - Nikki Wenzel-Lamb
1850 Samuel Morse Drive
Reston, VA 20191
If you have any questions, please contact Nikki Wenzel-Lamb, Leadership Director, at (703-652-6766) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you may contact Simin Dadparvar, MD at Sdadparvar@aol.com.
Annual Mentorship Award
The American College of Nuclear Medicine values your assistance in making the ACNM Mentorship Program a success. The "Best Mentor of the Year" award will be given to the outstanding mentor who is selected by the resident(s)/fellow(s) at the end of each year prior to the ACNM Annual Meeting. The mentor will then receive his/her recognition award at the ACNM Annual Meeting. Your participation in this important program will generate outstanding leaders for nuclear medicine in the future.