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BNMS 35th Annual Meeting Prize Winners

15 January 2019   (0 Comments)
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Student Prize   

‘The value of PETCT in the management of solitary metastatic lesion from primary colorectal carcinoma.’

Shermain Pan, Medical Student, University of  Manchester, J C Hill and J P Coffey, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Royal Preston Hospital.

£100 plus travel, accommodation and free registration to Spring meeting

Young Investigator Prize

     ‘Apical thinning – real or artefact?’         

N. J. Purser, H A Williams, C M Tonge and R S lawson,  Nuclear Medicine Department, Manchester Royal Infirmary.

 £1000  
Technologist Prize(Oral or Poster)
1st Prize Sponsored by TYCO Healthcare

In-111 Octreoscan and Tc99m MDP Bone Scintigraphy: Can Both Studies be Performed on the Same Day?’    

J. McKinstray, E Renwick, j Prosser, G Gillen, E Kalkman and N Reed.     Western Infirmary Glasgow, Department of Nuclear Medicine

£500

2nd Prize BNMS

 ‘C14 Urea Breath Tests (UBT) – Indeterminate Result or Not?’

A. Deakin, N Tulley and A Notghi, City Hospital, Birmingham, Department of Physics and Nuclear Medicine.

£200

Joint 3rd Prize BNMS

‘What’s in a name?’

L. Lovell, R T Staff and J Davidson,     NHS Grampian, Aberdeen.
‘Assistant practitioners – buy one get one free.’

 S. Johns and J. Statham,    Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust
£50 each.       

Siemens’ Multimodality Poster Prize

‘Clarity and focus: unclear medicine no longer!’

J.M. James, G I Al-Bahrani, P Arumugam and M C Prescott,   Manchester Royal Infirmary     
£250      

Poster presentation

1st Prize Sponsored by GE    

'High-resolution quadHIDACTM 18 F-fluoride PET for the investigation of osteoarthritis of the hand.’

M.L. Waller, A Bums and R F Bury, Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust, A L Tan, A P Jeavons, P Emery and D McGonagle, University of Leeds.

£500

2nd Prize BNMS

‘Radiation exposure of technical staff operating mobile PET/Ct scanners’

K Alsafi, N Spyrou,    Department of Physics, University of Surrey and Guildford, S Grootoonk and F Roberts, Alliance Medical Ltd.

£200

3rd Prize BNMS

‘Radiation dose to therapy radiographers performing radiotherapy planning scans on a combined PET-CT scanner.’

K.J Carson, P H Jarrit, NI Regional Medical Physics Agency, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast and L Fleming, Dept

of Clinical Oncology, NI Cancer Centre, Belfast city Hospital, Belfast and V P Cosgrove and A R Hounsell

NI Regional Medical Physics Agency, NI Cancer Centre, Belfast City Hospital.

£100

Siemens’ Multimodality Oral Prize

‘82Rb Cardiac PET/CT Perfusion.  Initial European Experience.’

 A. M. Groves, J C Dickson, P Blanchard, R Endozo, I Kayani, M E Speechly-Dick, J McEwan, M Shastry, C Townsend, W A Waddington, E Prvulovich, J B Bomanji, P J Ell.   Institute of Nuclear Medicine, University College Hospital London.

£350

Oral presentation  
1st Prize Sponsored by Philips Medical Systems

‘Evaluation of 180o  acquisition for DaTSCAN using a brain phantom’          

J O’Brien, W H Thomson and A Notghi, City Hospital Birmingham and E Clarke, GE Healthcare Medical Diagnostics.

£500   
2nd Prize BNMS

'Analysis of pre- and mid-cycle chemotherapy FDG-PET Scans to predict patient outcome in Non-Hodgkins’ Lymphoma’

 NG Mikhaeel and P Marsden, Department of Clinical Oncology, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals and G Ratnayake, J Mackewn and P Marsden, PET imaging Centre, King’s College Hospital, London

£250  
3rd Prize BNMS     

'Correction for respiratory motion in Myocardial Perfusion Images using a Registration Based Correction Algorithm (RBCA)'          

S Redgate, DC Barber and WB Tindale, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

£150


 

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