Below are links to various articles relating to how Brexit will impact on Nuclear Medicine.
Student Prize winners have now been announced!
The student prize is judged on abstract only.
Congratulations to the following:
1st Prize £300 Anika Sharmila, King's College London Oral abstract 24
'Does measurement of tumour shape in 18F-FDG PET scans of lung cancer improve predictive and prognostic assessment?'
2nd Prize £200 Islam Mostafa, King's College London Oral abstract 25
'Are texture analysis parameters dependent on volume in 18F-FDG PET/CT?'
3rd Prize £100 Numan Dawood, Univeristy of Leicester Oral abstract 57
'Radionuclide depth estimation using a novel SFOV hybrid gamma-optical camera with an anthropomorphic breast phantom'
In a similar guise to those published last year for the 50th Anniversary Spring Meeting 2016, the BNMS is currently in process of publishing a series of PET-CT Pocket Books.
Last year the books included:
Plus the Official anniversary book - A History of Radionuclide Studies in the UK
This year the pocket books will be dedicated to some of our recently departed peers, including Prof Ignac Fogelman, Dr Muriel Buxton-Thomas and Prof Ajit K Padhy.
Publishing dates are yet to be announced.
The BNMS are pleased to announce the Travelling Fellowship Award 2017 has been awarded to Dr Amit Parekh of Southmead Hospital, Bristol.
The society has agreed to award £1000 to support a two week observorship at the Memorial S19oan Ketting Cancer Centre in New York, USA.
The 2016 round of the BNMS Workforce Survey comes to a close on 31st March 2017.
It is very important that the survey is completed by as many Nuclear Medicine/Radiopharmacy departments as possible, so that the growing pressures to deliver more output but with less resources can be monitored in a consistent way.
If you think your department hasn't been contacted about the survey or you have any queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org