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Coverage of the Annual Meeting of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine October 8, 2007

Posted by tomography in Blogroll, EANM, Nuclear Medicine.

eanm07.gif A scientific meeting is a great place for researchers to share and discuss the latest in progress, to get inspired by new ideas, or to just come together and socialize. This year’s annual meeting of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, from the 13th to the 17th of October. The congress offers:

  • 9 plenary lectures, including the Marie Curie Lecture,
  • full paper sessions where the most relevant advances of the past year are presented
  • the summarising Highlights Lecture
  • symposia/debates
  • a full CME programme, and
  • a self-contained technologists’ continuing education section

The annual congress has become a forum for scientific exchange as well as for business and personal networking, attracting an average of 4,000 participants. The congress is well established and recognised by colleagues and is seen by industry as the foremost marketplace for nuclear medicine products throughout Europe.

The European Association of Nuclear Medicine is a relatively young association as is the science it represents. It wasfounded on the 6th of September, 1985 in London as the result of a merger between the Society of Nuclear Medicine Europe and the European Nuclear Medicine Society. It is incorporated in Vienna and its activities extend throughout Europe. So check for the logo, wherever you go-go:


And what would an association be without a journal? Well, that question does not need to be answered since the European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging is published by the EANM and all members receive a copy in their mail. Click on the image below to access the journal free of charge (limited time access)!

ejnmmi_cover.jpgAre you interested in free full text reading in the field of nuclear medicine? You may do so until the 30th of November, 2007 thanks to Springer Publishing. Click on the link below and start reading:

Throughout the meeting we will receive updates from doctors at the University of Debrecen Department of Nuclear Medicine, so check back here for briefings and interviews!



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