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About

ASNC is the leader in education, advocacy, and quality in nuclear cardiology with over 4,500 members worldwide. ASNC supports the field in a variety of ways including continuing education and standards/guidelines for training and practice. 

Technologist Membership

The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) welcomes technologists who are actively engaged in the performance of nuclear cardiology and/or nuclear medicine to the ASNC Community.

Join ASNC today!

Technologist Resource Center

Find resources curated for nuclear technologists and other healthcare and laboratory professionals who work in or support the field of nuclear cardiology in addition to students who are studying the field.  

ASNC Education All-Access



The new ASNC Education All-Access platform is the all-in-one destination for your nuclear cardiology education and training needs.

Be sure to check out our brand-new OnDemand courses including Cardiac PET CurriculumTech Talks Webinar Series, NC Core Curriculum and new Nuclear Cardiology Knowledge Self-Assessment Program (NCKSAP) modules.

Meetings OnDemand



Tech Talks: How to Sharpen Your Nuclear Cardiology Skills

Order this new series, developed by technologists, featuring seven modules covering the spectrum of nuclear cardiology. 
Gain a better understanding of what quality means in the current healthcare environment and how to improve your own performance. 


Upcoming Events


ASNC/SNMMI 80 Hour Radionuclide Authorized User Training Course - Coming Spring 2022!

The goal of the course is to train physicians who wish to become Authorized Users on the broad knowledge base necessary to meet the requirements of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission/Agreement States, to establish a quality-focused safety culture that benefits patients and to be able to effectively and safely diagnose and risk stratify patients in imaging and localization studies.

 

#PatientFirst 


ASNC’s #PatientFirst Imaging initiative is based on the principle that no specific test should be considered a first-line test, but rather every diagnostic imaging recommendation should be based on appropriate use and centered on the patient in order to provide the best clinical information to guide
 management decisions.

We view this initiative as critical to informing multimodality imaging and supporting today’s cardiovascular imaging professionals.


Learn more about our #PatientFirst initiative