2007 ACNM Resident Abstract Awards

 

The ACNP Scientific Program awards were announced in February at the ACNP Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX. Congratulations to all the winners:

Sandip Basu, MBBS, Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, was awarded a $750 travel grant for the abstract on:

Differential FDG Uptake in the lower exterimity arteries in diabetic foot with ischemic complications and neuropathic osteoarthropathy: FDG PET and Histopathological correlation

Andrei Iagaru, MD, Stanford Medical Center, was awarded a $750 travel grant for the abstract on:

FDG PET/CT Evaluation of response to chemotherapy in lymphoma: When is the optimal time for the first re staging scan?

Hua Carolyn Yang, MD, Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, was awarded a $500 best essay award for the abstract on:

Effect of age on the Testicular metabolism.

Peter H. Ahn, MD, Montefiore Medical Center, was awarded a $500 best essay award for the abstract on:

PET/CT for target delineation for definitive radiotherapy in the head and neck cancers: The Montefiore/ Albert Einstein experience.

Miguel Hernandez Pampaloni, MD, hospital of university of Pennsylvania, was awarded a $500 best essay award for the abstract on:

Value of FDG/PET for assessing local recurrence in pediatric brain tumors.

The ACNP Board of Regents would like to congratulate all the award winners on their contribution to the ACNP Annual Meeting.