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16 From 2016: ASNC Year in Review and a Heartfelt Thank YOU!

Dear Colleagues, 
As we begin a new year, I find myself looking back on 2016, grateful for the opportunity to have served as president of ASNC and honored to have worked with all of you to advance our mission of improving cardiovascular outcomes through image-guided patient management. Now, as we pause before diving into 2017, your ASNC team is evaluating the past year's efforts and accomplishments and setting goals for 2017. Join us as we count down our top 16 memories of 2016, look to the future and thank you, our many volunteers, for leading the way. 
Brian G. Abbott, MD, MASNC
2016 President, ASNC 

Thanks to All Our 2016 Volunteers

Thanks to all the members that voluntarily served on ASNC committees in 2016--we had a great year with your help! Committee work is essential to ASNC to provide leadership and support for its programs, events, and services. 

Dr. Raymond Russell, III, to Be Inducted as ASNC's 24th President

On Jan. 1, 2017, Raymond Russell, III, MD, PhD, FASNC, will be installed as ASNC's 2017 president. Dr. Russell is associate professor of medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, RI. He is program director of the cardiology fellowship at Brown as well as the director of both Nuclear Cardiology and Cardio-Oncology for the Cardiovascular Institute of Lifespan, which includes Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital and Newport Hospital. He is active in the clinical and educational missions of the Cardiovascular Institute.

Deadline Reminder: Volunteer for an ASNC Committee by Sept. 16

ASNC volunteer opportunities bring together leaders from all levels to explore the many facets of our unique society. Committee participation is essential for achieving ASNC's mission.

Off the Charts: ASNC's Satisfaction and Benefits Scores Are In

At ASNC, our top priority is listening to our members and understanding how we are (or aren't) fulfilling our responsibility to you. That's why we field member surveys designed to garner feedback from the various segments of the ASNC community.

ASNC Announces 2017 Slate of Officers

At ASNC's Annual Business Meeting, voting members have the opportunity to elect officers and Board of Directors members. The 2016 Business Meeting will start at 12:30 PM on Thursday, Sept. 22, during ASNC2016.  

New, Streamlined Application Process Makes It Easier to Earn Your FASNC

You're busy! You want to take advantages of the benefits of ASNC Fellowship, but you have no time to spare for a complex application process. We get it!
That's why we've streamlined the FASNC application process—to make becoming a Fellow of the only society focused on the needs and concerns of nuclear cardiology imaging professionals as easy and efficient as possible while still adhering to our high standards.

ASNC Celebrates Technologists with 30 Days of Opportunities and Discounts

“We appreciate our imaging technologists all year round, but April is special,” says ASNC President Brian Abbott, MD, FASNC. “It's a 30-day celebration of technologists' important role in patients' successful outcomes.” 
Starting April 1, ASNC will recognize its member technologists with 30 days of special educational opportunities and significant discounts.

Farewell message from outgoing President, David Wolinsky, MD, MASNC

As we say goodbye to 2015 I am proud to say that ASNC has had an extraordinarily successful year.  We have advanced the major pillars that have been the foundation of ASNC  - quality, education and advocacy.  New guidelines have been developed on Stressors and Tracers.  Existing guidelines have reached a far broader audience with translation into Spanish.  The ASNC ImageGuide Registry™, is up and running and is expected to generate its first set of quality improvement data early in 2016.  Our educational portfolio continues to expand with an expansive array of on-line educational opportunities.  Our Board Review Course continues to grow in popularity and our Annual Meeting has seen increased attendance and stellar reviews.

Dr. Brian G. Abbott will become the 23rd President of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) on January 1st, 2016

Dr. Abbott is an Associate Professor at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, and Co-Director of Cardiovascular Imaging for the Cardiovascular Institute of the Rhode Island, Miriam, and Newport Hospitals. He is a general cardiologist and cardiac imager, actively involved in teaching of Cardiology Fellows, Internal Medical Residents and Medical Students at Brown.
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