Nuclear Cardiology Virtual Boot Camp for Fellows-in-Training


Join us Monday, Oct. 19, through Thursday, Oct. 22, from 6:00PM to 7:30PM (EDT) for "Nuclear Cardiology Virtual Boot Camp for Fellows-in-Training."


The program will be offered in four 90-minute sessions, one session per day for four days. Think of it like an intense workout with Program Director Mouaz Al-Mallah, MD, FASNC, and faculty guiding you through two to three essential topics per session.

Topics will include:
  • Session 1 (Oct. 19):  Nuclear Physics and Instrumentation; Stress and Imaging Protocols; and Image Interpretation: Low-risk and High-risk Features. 
  • Session 2 (Oct. 20): Coronary Artery Calcium Score: When to Add to MPI; AUC: When to Use MPI; Cases and Discussion: 
  • Session 3 (Oct. 21): PET Myocardial Perfusion Imaging; PET Imaging of Viability, Inflammation, and Infection; and Cases and Discussion 
  • Session 4 (Oct. 22): SPECT Artifacts; Imaging Cardiac Amyloidosis; Cases and Discussion 


This program is offered to cardiology fellows for FREE. Register now.

Fellows-in-Training may become members of ASNC for free to support their career throughout the year. Learn more!

Program Director


Mouaz Al-Mallah, MD, MSc, FASNC, FSCCT
Houston Methodist Hospital

Course Objectives

  • Recognize the proper application of the ACC/ASNC AUC across a variety of patients
  • Employ optimal methodology to acquire, process, interpret, and report nuclear cardiology studies
  • Evaluate the benefits and risks of new protocols and imaging technologies and how to incorporate these into clinical practice
  • Review and improve interpretation skills in standard and emerging technologies in nuclear cardiology
  • Recognize how to utilize clinical practice guidelines to enhance performance, document compliance, and improve clinical management Analyze and update the basic physiological approach to stress testing and perfusion imaging
  • Review the role of radionuclide myocardial perfusion imaging in the diagnosis and prognosis of coronary artery disease
  • Evaluate the role of complementary myocardial imaging techniques including cardiovascular computed tomography

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Astellas Pharma Global Development, Inc.