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Sep 7, 2017 12:00:00 AM

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Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Imaging Section, Division of Human Health

ASNC2017 – 22nd Annual Scientific Sessions

The ANSC2017 Live Streaming sessions are being sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency to physicians in developing countries worldwide.

For the first time, professionals in low and middle income countries will have free access to an international conference and can learn about cutting edge technology in the field of nuclear medicine, thanks to support from the IAEA.

The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC), a recognized leader in cardiovascular imaging with more than 4,500 members, is holding its 22nd Annual Scientific Session 15-17 September, providing technical updates on new and emerging trends and techniques. “ASNC values its partnership with the IAEA and looks forward to welcoming participants from all over the globe to this premier meeting,” said Kathleen Flood, CEO of ASNC.

The IAEA will be livestreaming part of the conference to an unlimited number of viewers for free. Lectures, debates, interactive sessions with experts designed to simulate reading sessions in their labs are some of the activities planned for the broadcast. Viewers wanting to participate must register via the link below regardless of whether or not they have participated in a previous ASNC event.

Following the live broadcast, the recordings will be made available to 200 registered users, selected by the IAEA, so please ensure to register your interest during the signup process.

To register for the livestream event, please click the following link and follow the instructions on the ASNC website: