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


Latest  SIG News   - July 2023

The NMMI SIG met recently in person in the new BIR offices in Farringdon.

Much of the focus of the meeting was on the exciting variety of events being organised by the NMMI SIG:

  • AI in NM and PET – 9 October 2023. Don’t miss out on this exciting new event which is taking place, in person, in Oxford. This event showcases a range of AI use in nuclear medicine and PET.

 In other news:

  • The BIR membership has continued a steady growth pattern, and we are delighted to advise that numbers have now topped 4,000 – a huge milestone for the BIR!
  • If you haven’t already, please check out the BIR’s variety of video courses. Special rates for BIR members and group packages are available. 
  • Take a look at the PET-CT Webinar Series. Presented by international pioneers, the series gives you in-depth information about the trends in the field.



Events and activities

Upcoming events:

AI in NM and PET - 9 October 2023

2nd BIR Masterclass: Prostate cancer theragnostics - 10 November 2023

State-of-the-art nuclear medicine and pipeline industry developments 2024  - 29 February 2024









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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