Hybrid Imaging Virtual Workshop



Mark your calendars for ASNC's Hybrid Imaging Virtual Workshop on February 9-11, 2024! Join us for an interactive experience while you review 250 studies with expert radiologists and cardiologists. These interactive breakout groups will help you learn how to systematically read CT attenuation correction scans acquired in conjunction with perfusion imaging and identify cardiac non-coronary, vascular, lungs, mediastinum, upper abdomen, bones, and miscellaneous incidental findings.

With this one workshop, you can fulfill the competency recommendations outlined in the 2022 ASNC/AAPM/SCCT/SNMMI Guideline for the Use of CT in Hybrid Nuclear/CT Cardiac Imaging

Registration Rates:

ASNC Members: $499
ASNC Technologist and Trainee Members: $99

Non-members: $799

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Physicians may earn up to 17.75* AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

*Credits subject to change

View the Agenda

Prerecorded Lectures

Registrants will have access to 11 pre-recorded lectures from expert faculty available for up to 90 days after the workshop.

  • Clinical Utility of Hybrid Imaging - Mouaz Al-Mallah, MD, MSc, MASNC
  • CT Physics 101 - Ian Armstrong, PhD
  • How to Perform and Interpret CAC Scores: Quantitative and Visual - Andrew Einstein, MD, PhD, MASNC
  • Hybrid Imaging Pitfalls and Artifacts - James Case, PhD, MASNC
  • How to Integrate CAC and MBF into the PET Report  - Marcelo Di Carli, MD, MASNC
  • Incidental Findings You Do Not Want to Miss  - Faisal Nabi, MD
  • Incidental Findings (Thorax) - Prashant Nagpal, MD 
  • Incidental Findings (Upper abdomen and Bones) - Asmaa Ahmed, MBBCh, MSc
  • CT for Anatomic Localization and Attenuation Correction in FDG PET and PYP SPECT - Vasvi Singh, MD
  • Training in Hybrid imaging  - Edward Miller, MD, PhD, FASNC
  • Workflow and Billing Considerations - Timothy Bateman, MD, MASNC

Program Director:

Mouaz Al-Mallah, MD, MASNC
Houston Methodist Hospital
Houston, TX


"Hybrid imaging is helping cardiology teams enhance image quality and obtain new information that impacts treatment decisions and our patients’ long-term outcomes."
Mouaz Al-Mallah, MD, FASNC


Thank You to Our Sponsor


Interested in supporting the Hybrid Imaging Virtual Workshop? 
Please view the Hybrid Imaging Workshop Prospectus.

Contact Megan LaVine, Director of Industry and Development at mlavine@asnc.org

Additional Resources—Read Now


ASNC/AAPM/SCCT/SNMMI guideline for the use of CT in hybrid nuclear/CT cardiac imaging


Download a copy of the Hybrid Imaging (CT-AC Findings) Poster or order print copies when you register for the workshop!