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SNMMI Special Student Membership Offer

15 January 2019   (0 Comments)
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The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) based in the United States is excited to offer you a special membership offer.

Students who are currently enrolled in a nuclear medicine educational program can join as a studentmember for FREE!
The SNMMI offers a 2 year free membership to students while they are enrolled in school/training and then reduced fees after graduation.

"We are encouraging students globally to join us and share in the opportunities the organization offers- scholarships, free continuing education articles and webinars, research collaborations and presentation chances and FREE annual meeting/conference attendance rates. Building a stronger global profession begins with a strong global organization that cares about your growth and development in Nuclear Medicine!"
Join your student colleagues from countries like the United States, Canada, and Australia and regular members from across the world! You can check out the website for all info and details.

Direct queries can be made to the Student Membership Task Force chairperson Debbie Wilkinson 


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