Fellows Designation (FASNC)
- Mahmoud Abdelghany, MD, Baystate and Mercy Medical Center (Pictured)
- Osama Alsara, MD, Carle Foundation Hospital (Pictured)
- Martin Scott Dawson, MD, Inspira Medical Center (Pictured)
- Bartolo Santiago-Delgado, MD, VA Caribbean Healthcare System, Centro Cardiovascular de Puerto Rico y del Caribe (Pictured)
- Besiana Liti, DO, New England Heart and Vascular Institute (Pictured)
- Ralph Nader, MD, Miami Center for Advanced Cardiology (Pictured)
- Marquand Patton, DO, Tenet Florida Physician Services
- Lisa Pudusseri, DO, Cardiovascular Consultants, Advocate Christ Hospital, Little Company of Mary Hospital, Palos Community Hospital (Pictured)
- Steven Raible, MD, Norton Healthcare (Pictured)
- Terrance Ruddy, MD, University of Ottawa Heart Institute (Pictured)
- Abdulbaset Sulaiman, MD, Heart Hospital, Doha, Qatar (Pictured)
- Jean-Luc Urbain, MD, PhD, CPE, Wake Forest University (Pictured)
Earning ASNC Fellowship is a major career achievement that opens doors for ASNC’s physician, scientist, technologist and physicist members. The FASNC designation communicates your commitment to optimal imaging and nuclear cardiology practice.
Here are just a few reasons members value their FASNC:
“FASNC carries with it a special stamp of someone who has completed formal training in nuclear cardiology and passed the certification examination to demonstrate competency. All FASNC applications are reviewed and approved by the Board of Directors, which is a testament of value of the designation. FASNC helps me identify the commitment to quality and excellence that I seek when I look for other nuclear cardiologists with expertise. I encourage physicians practicing nuclear cardiology to achieve the FASNC designation, identifying them as an integral part of the nuclear cardiology community and demonstrating their commitment to high-quality nuclear cardiology practice.”
– Karthik Ananthasubramaniam, MD, FASNC
FASNC Credential Requirements:
Complete list of credentials, requirements and instructions
Application fees apply.
Masters of ASNC (MASNC)
The Masters designation is reserved for distinguished leaders the field of nuclear cardiology, including those who have held senior leadership positions within ASNC, such as president. The nominating committee will suggest candidates to the ASNC Board of Directors on an annual basis.