This year's Autumn Meeting will take place on 9th September at the Albert Hall, Nottingham.
From 9.20 to 16.15. The registration desk will open at 8.30.
The meeting will be made up of two parallel sessions for clinicians and scientists in nuclear medicine. Subjects include: Gastrointestinal investigations, Molecular Radionuclide Therapy, PET, New Technologies, Bone Densitometry and Sentinal Lymph Node Services
PLUS Commercial Exhibition and poster presentations, Administration of Nuclear Medicine Services.
View the Draft Programme Here
Call for papers - IS NOW CLOSED
Call for papers now open. Poster Abstracts only. Submit your abstract from the link in the right hand menu and view the instructions for submission here
You don't have to sign in to register but you may be eligible for discounts:
- If you are a BNMS member, sign in to receive your discounted registration fee.
- If you sign in/ sign up as a guest member you may be eligible for - discounts for juniors and trainees view here for Fees at a glance
SIGN UP FOR GUEST REGISTRATION HERE
Accommodation and Travel
For more information on how to get to and around Nottingham as well as accommodation options click here here to Learn More >
Exhibitors and Sponsors
If you wish to exhibit or sponsor the BNMS Autumn Meeting please select the link to Learn More >
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Known throughout the world for the famous legend of Robin Hood, today Nottingham is one of the UK’s most thriving and creative cities. A destination alive with dynamic culture; our castles, caves and cultural attractions unite the past and present, providing a fascinating place to explore, whatever your interests.
Presiding over the city on a rocky cliff, the legendary Nottingham Castle Museum & Gallery has been called the ‘Jewel in Nottingham’s Crown’. The castle is currently closed until 2020 for an exciting redevelopment, but there's plenty to see and do in the area to get a taste of Nottingham's fantastic history. Carved into the craggy rock face below, you’ll find the 800-year-old Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, said to be England’s oldest inn. It's an excellent traditional pub for procuring fine local ales. Venture deeper down and you can explore Nottingham’s subterranean cave network at the City of Caves, with the thrilling National Justice Museum nearby presenting an extensive and grisly history of crime and punishment.
Select Learn More to find out what else there is to do and see in Nottingham. Learn More >
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