What Is This Image? Grand Prize Winner is Gifted Full Registration for ASNC2017
ASNC is delighted to award, drum roll, please …Rami Younes, MSc, CBNC
of the Alexandria University Nuclear Cardiology Lab in Egypt, with complimentary registration for ASNC2017. His name was selected in a random drawing of the first year's What Is This Image? winners.
Kansas City Cool: Members Recommend Fun Spots in the Home of ASNC2017 Members from ASNC2017's wonderful host city share a few of their favorite local attractions.
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ASNC Announces the ASNC2017 Call for Abstracts
The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology ASNC2017 Program Committee is now accepting abstract submissions for its 22nd Annual Scientific Session, held Sept. 14-17 in Kansas City, Mo. Deadline for submissions is Friday, April 21.
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In Search of: Fun for Everyone. Found in: Kansas City, Home of ASNC2017
ASNC2017's Planning Committee, led by Donna M. Polk, MD, FASNC, will soon announce program details, presenters, special events and more. To kick things off, ASNC extends an early and enthusiastic invitation to join us in our wonderful host city, Kansas City, Missouri.
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Youngest Person to Present at Annual Conference takes 2nd Place in YIA
Aditya Shekhar, the youngest person to present at an ASNC annual conference, took 2nd place in the 2016 Young Investigator's Competition and was recognized by his school in an inspiring article
"This experience only further solidifies advice I was given when I started down this road: anyone with a well-executed idea can make a difference in the world!"
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Congratulations to ASNC's 2016 AwardeesMessage from Brian G. Abbott, MD, MASNC, ASNC President:
ASNC is privileged to work with a visionary membership dedicated to the Society's mission of improving cardiovascular outcomes through image-guided patient management. At ASNC2016, the Society honored members and friends for their leadership, service and commitment to excellence. Please join me in congratulating each of the following awardees and their teams!
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ASNC2016 International: Sessions Highlight Efforts in Latin America, Asia
Members traveled from Asia and Latin America to participate in ASNC2016. The Scientific Sessions included “Challenges and Opportunities for Nuclear Cardiology and CT in Asia
” and “Heart Failure in Latin America
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Watch! Dr. Gibbon Keynote Lecture and More ASNC2016 Highlights Raymond Gibbons, MD, MASNC
, received a standing ovation for his Mario Verani keynote lecture “What Is the Evidence? A Call for Scientific Rigor
,” delivered at ASNC2016. Want to see it again? Want to share it with your colleagues?
View Dr. Gibbons' inspiring message for optimizing patient care:
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Top 10 Reasons to Attend ASNC2016
The countdown to ASNC2016 has begun, so let's kick it off with the top 10 reasons ASNC members are excited to head to Boca Raton, Fla, Sept. 22-25.
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Vote for the Best Nuclear Cardiology Choosing Wisely Challenge Proposal
ASNC challenged the Nuclear Cardiology community to share solutions supporting its goal of ensuring patients get the right test at the right time
, and you responded! The Society's first Nuclear Cardiology Choosing Wisely® Challenge
drew a range of creative, original and implementable proposals from nuclear cardiology teams from across the United States.
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