RESTON, VA – The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging’s 2018 Annual Meeting–the premier educational, scientific and networking event for the nuclear medicine and molecular imaging community–will be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA, June 23-26. It will bring together physicians, technologists, pharmacists and scientists from around the globe to share research, network, and collaborate on “Imaging the Future of Human Health.”
The focus is on science–improving patients’ lives by developing new methods to diagnose earlier and more accurately, delivering the most effective therapy for a specific patient’s disease, and monitoring and adjusting treatment to ensure optimum results. Sessions for scientists, physicians, and technologists will cover the latest advances in the field, including the growing role of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging in precision medicine.
A new Saturday evening Opening Ceremony will provide an overview of the meeting and be followed by the Welcome Reception/Exhibit Hall Opening. China is this year’s highlight country, and the president of the Chinese Society of Nuclear Medicine will speak at the Opening Ceremony. The Chinese society will also showcase Chinese culture at the reception and has organized scientific and CE sessions throughout the meeting.
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