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Archive July 2019

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ASNC Remembers: A Tribute to Mr. William Nelligan

ASNC joins the cardiovascular community in grieving the passing of William D. Nelligan, III. In 1994, Mr. Nelligan became ASNC’s second executive director after nearly three decades at the helm of the American College of Cardiology.

How to Diagnosis Cardiac Amyloidosis Cardiomyopathy

ASNC members, Christopher A. Hanson M.D., and Jamieson M. Bourque M.D., MHS, explain tools such as 99mTc-PYP imaging to incorporate into clinical practice and nuclear laboratories to properly diagnose cardiac amyloidosis in Diagnostic and Interventional (DAIC) article, Nuclear Scintigraphy for Cardiac Amyloidosis Assessment in Current Clinical Practice.

Get SoMe Smart: Learn to Leverage Twitter, LinkedIn, Other Channels at ASNC2019

Ready to grow your network, enhance your personal brand and make your voice heard in key healthcare debates? The brand-new ASNC2019 track “Scintillating Learning Through Social Media,” will answer all of your questions, such as...

Dr. Senthil Selvaraj Wins 2019 IANC Research Fellowship Award

ASNC congratulates Senthil Selvaraj, MD, recipient of the prestigious Institute for the Advancement of Nuclear Cardiology (IANC) Research Fellowship Award. The award will be presented at ASNC2019, Sept. 12-15, in Chicago.

ASNC2019 at a Glance: 40 Sessions (22 Case-based!) Organized Into 12 Tracks

Panithaya Chareonthaitawee, MD, Terrence D. Ruddy, MD and the ASNC2019 Program Committee developed this year’s conference around the idea that attendees have different interests and priorities. What you need to grow your career, nurture your team and expand your practice is at least somewhat unique. 

Last Chance to Play..."What Is This Image?"

Test your skills against other colleagues and submit your interpretation of our featured nuclear cardiology image.  Only a few hours left until the deadline ends tonight, Thursday, July 18 at 5:00 p.m. (EST)

JNC Reaches New Heights as Impact Factor Tops Previous

For the fourth consecutive year, the Journal of Nuclear Cardiology’s (JNC) impact factor has continued to climb, now exceeding all of the Journal’s previous rankings. “Our impact factor is now the highest in the history of the Journal,” says JNC Editor-in-Chief Ami E. Iskandrian, MD, PhD, MASNC. “Amongst Radiology, Nuclear Medicine & Medical imaging journals, the 18 journals before us are either multi-organ or multi-imaging modality journals or journals of no interest to our readers.”

ASNC, ReachMD Release New Free Cardiac Amyloidosis 'Practice Essentals' CME Activity

The latest addition to ASNC’s rapidly expanding cardiac amyloidosis is a new video-based CME activity that answers the all-important question, “What recent advances can we put into practice to improve outcomes for our patients with ATTR-CM?” 

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