SNM 'capitalizes' opportunity to meet with policymakers, regulators at annual meeting in D.C.

tiatives," 12:302 p.m., June 4 Thomas B. Valuck, medical officer and senior adviser to the director of Center for Medicare Management at CMS, who advises on clinical and policy issues related to Medicare's payment systems, will present "CMS Pay for Performance and Quality Initiatives" from 12:301:30 p.m.

  • Food and Drug Administration: "Research With Radiolabeled Drugs," 4:306 p.m., June 4

  • Nuclear Regulatory Commission: "NRC: Running an NRC-Compliant Radiation Safety Program," 9:4511:15 a.m., June 5

  • Capitol Hill Day: Molecular Imaging and the Public Policy Agenda: 11 a.m.3 p.m., June 5

  • Food and Drug Administration: "Final PET Drug Current Good Manufacturing Process (CGMP)" (tentative), 89:30 a.m., June 6

Researcherscovering the most recent advances in understanding, diagnosing and treating heart and brain diseases and cancerrelease their findings in nearly 1,800 scientific abstracts during SNM's 54th Annual Meeting June 26 at the Washington Convention Center. More than 4,000 physicians, technologists, scientists and pharmacists will attend this meeting, the world's largest event for molecular imaging and nuclear medicine professionals. The educational and scientific program at the 54th Annual Meeting is tailored to provide attendees with the most current and important information available in the field. SNM and SNMTS present about 100 continuing education courses focusing on PET/CT, cardiovascular nuclear medicine, brain imaging, pediatrics, oncology and therapy, thyroid cancer and radiation safety.

To register for the meeting, visit the SNM Web site at http://www.snm.org/am. Press registration is complimentary to credentialed media. For press registration only, contact Maryann Verrillo, at (703) 652-6773 or mverrillo@snm.org. Press representatives may also register online at

Contact: Maryann Verrillo
Society of Nuclear Medicine

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