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Society of Nuclear Medicine
The Society of Nuclear Medicine, or SNM, based in Reston, Virginia, is a nonprofit organization founded in 1954. There are 16,000 members, mostly physicians and researchers except for a separate section of 7,000 technologists. Recently, it has shifted focus from nuclear medicine to molecular imaging.
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SNM publishes the Journal of Nuclear Medicine and the Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology.
The organization has a staff of approximately 50 employees; the current CEO is Virginia Pappas. There is a rather complex governance structure made up of a house of delegates and board of directors as well as committees for various functions. SNM's plenary session meets at its annual meeting, held in different venues; these have included New Orleans, Toronto, Washington, DC, and California, among others. The group also organizes a mid-winter meeting.
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