Agenda

Learn in an intimate setting. Walk away with valuable clinical skills.

The 2020 SNMMI Mid-Winter and ACNM Annual Meeting's intimate format provides an ideal setting to actively collaborate with luminaries in the field, further develop relevant skills, and deliver techniques you can implement immediately when you return to work. This year's meeting will feature three educational tracks open to all attendees:

Download the Education Program Grid. (Updated October 21, 2019)

Neuroimaging Track
The 2020 meeting will feature a dedicated track on Neurological Imaging. This program has been carefully prepared to improve knowledge in Neuroimaging, starting from basic concepts to more advanced applications, addressing several important subjects. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to send challenging cases to be presented and discussed in a "Read with Experts Session." View Neurology Track Sessions.

General Nuclear Medicine Track
The general nuclear medicine track features a wide-ranging scope of sessions developed and led by experts from SNMMI's specialty councils and centers of excellence. These sessions are designed to expand your knowledge on the latest clinical applications and best practices in the field advancing precision medicine. Topics in this track include: Prostate Cancer Theranostics; The Changing Landscape of Nuclear Myocardial Perfusion Imaging in 2020; Nuts & Bolts of Modern SPECT MPI;  and the Development Pipeline of a New Radiopharmaceutical Drug: From Concept to CMS Reimbursement. View General Nuclear Medicine Track Sessions.

ACNM Annual Meeting Education Track

The ACNM 2020 Annual Meeting track will feature a robust program of cutting-edge educational content and oral presentations, highlighted by Dr. Martin Pomper, who will present the first Mandell-Alavi Plenary Session. In addition, all meeting attendees are invited to attend ACNM Awards Ceremony and Banquet on Friday evening. During this event the ACNM will honor its 2020 ACNM Lifetime Achievement Award Winner, 2020 Gold Medal Award winner, present the ACNM Abstract Awards; and induct its 2020 Class of Fellows. View ACNM Track Sessions.