May 16, 2007—At the annual meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM), Reston, Va, taking place June 2-6 in Washington, DC, a special exhibit area will makes its debut. The Molecular Imaging Gateway will be dedicated to new technologies and applications in the evolving field of molecular imaging.

"SNM recognizes the expanding role of molecular imaging in 21st century patient care and wants to ensure that the medical community is well prepared to adopt these new advances," said SNM President Martin P. Sandler.

Displays will feature the latest information on PET, SPECT, CT, MRI, MRS, optical, ultrasound, and hybrid imaging; existing and emerging molecular imaging agents, probes, and therapies; biological and technological innovations in molecular imaging; and more.

To register for the meeting, visit SNM online.

—Cat Vasko