Annual meeting

Every year nuclear medicine physicians, radiologists, cardiologists, pharmacists, scientists, lab professionals, and technologists join at the SNMMI 2022 Annual Meeting to discuss the latest research and technology in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging.

Also, this year, the SNMMI 2022 Annual Meeting will be held in Vancouver, BC, Canada, from Saturday, June 11 to Tuesday, June 14, 2022, for a four-day event.

Attenders provide an in-depth view of new development and research in this event. Some topics include “A New Decade Molecular Hybrid Imaging in Orthopedics,” “Imaging Biomarkers in Neurodegenerative Disorders,” “Radiopharmaceutical Therapies - Current and Upcoming,” and so on.

The CEO of TECVICO, Dr. Mohammad R. Salmanpour, Ph.D., will have an attractive presentation about “PET Imaging of Parkinson’s Disease in 2022: Improved Clinical Correlates with Newer Tracers and AI” and “Artificial Intelligence-Based Image Processing” at 13.6.22, 10 AM. You can watch the speech live on the Tecvico Instagram account.

For more information and to view the Educational Program schedule, you can review https://am.snmmi.org/imis/SNMMI-AM/Program/View_Program_Schedule/SNMMI-AM/Educational_Program_Schedule.aspx?hkey=8822f52d-7633-46b1-ace5-48cbf6af422c.

The event is divided into six sections: “Educational Program,” “Plenary Sessions,” “Categorical Seminars,” “Satellite Symposia,” “Exhibit Hall,” and “Networking and Events.”

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Plenary Sessions and Highlights Symposium

In Plenary Sessions and Highlights Symposium, keynote speakers talk about the latest achievements and announcement of the Abstract of the Year and Image of the Year.

At this stage, Henry N. Wagner, Jr., MD, Lectureship Speaker, provides a lecture about “Seeing the Light with Molecular Imaging for Systemic Cancer Treatment Decisions.”

After that, Simon Cherry, Ph.D., talks about “A Matter of Time.” SNMMI mentioned, “This lecture will explore time, and its role in nuclear medicine, from historical developments occurring over decades to technologies that can detect photons with a precision of tens of picoseconds.”

Then, the meeting invites Paul Krismer to provide his achievement. SNMMI mentioned, “As a public speaker and trainer, Paul’s authentic and passionate commitment to his subject matter shines through. Each presentation is packed with useful information and practical tools based on the science of positive emotions. His best-selling book, “Whole Person Happiness” gives everyone access to his expertise. As a cutting-edge positive psychology teacher, he is truly a Happiness Expert.”

In the end, attendees learn new things from “Sharmila Dorbala, MD, MPH, MASNC,” “Andrei Iagaru, MD,” “Julie Price, Ph.D.,” and “Heiko Schoder, MD, MBA” in the context of modern molecular medicine.

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