BIR Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging

The BIR Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging SIG is a multidisciplinary team of dedicated and passionate nuclear medicine physicians, radionuclide radiologists, radiologists, radiographers, technologists, clinical scientists/physicists, radiopharmacists, and other clinical practitioners. 

The SIG promotes and facilitates teaching and research in nuclear medicine and molecular Imaging. The committee regularly organises scientific meetings to meet the educational needs of medical imaging professionals (from trainees through to consultants).

Webpage photo 2020 

Image taken at the annual Theranostics event in 2019

Management group members

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Latest  SIG News   - August 2021

We had our last video meeting on 2 July 2021 – main points discussed are outlined below:

Upcoming Events

In other news:

  • BIR Annual Congress 2021 – this will now take place online 4 and 5 November 2021. The programme include:  MSK and Trauma, AI, Therapeutic oncology, Incidentalomas with incidental findings, Leadership & Wellbeing, Radiation issues facing frontline staff, and Learning from experts and errors.
  • Call-out for BIR conference review editors – the BIR are looking for volunteers to review abstract submissions for BIR events.
  • If you haven’t already, do take advantage of the BIR’s excellent  video courses.
  • BJR Impact Factor – this has increased by an astonishing 38% from 2.196 to3.039.  

 

 

Events and activities

Upcoming events:

Dementia - 4 October 2021 

 

 

 

 

 

Why Dr Gnanasegaran joined the BIR
Why Dr Gnanasegaran joined the BIR

"The BIR is a fantastic organisation which encourages members to bring out their best talents.  It's a great place for interaction and networking and it provides an excellent platform to share your experience and expertise."

Dr Gopi Gnanasegaran
Consultant Physician in Nuclear Medicine
Guys and St Thomas' Hospital


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