Register TODAY to attend the Pacific Northwest Chapter SNMMI Annual Chapter Meeting, March 14-15, 2015 at the Oregon Health Sciences Center’s Collaborative Life Sciences Building in Portland, Oregon. Just minutes from downtown Portland, spectacular sites, sounds and dining will await you after you join your colleagues for many outstanding lectures which will address current techniques and new concepts.
This two day meeting will be presented by speakers who will bring a wealth of knowledge to attendees with many stimulating topics ranging from Breast Imaging to PET/CT and Cardiac SPECT PLUS a few special sessions on the “business” side of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging.
The sessions will offer continuing education credits for Technologists and Physicians.
Join us at a new location! We will be at the OREGON HEALTHSCIENCES COLLABORATIVE LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING, 2730 S.W. Moody Ave, Portland, OR. (www.ohsu.edu/xd/about/vision/collaborative-science-building.cfm)
There are many hotels in the vicinity of the Collaborative Life Sciences Building (CLSB). The Chapter has a limited number of rooms blocked at the Residence Inn by Marriott – Portland Downtown RiverPlace, 2115 SW River Parkway, Portland, OR 97201. Our rate for a Studio or One Bedroom Suite is $139 per night and parking $29 per night. This hotel is approximately 1 block from the CLSB. Call 503.552.9500 and refer to the Pacific Northwest Chapter’s Group rate. We will supply directions and parking location in you confirmation letters. Remember, Portland has a great transit system!
There are many hotels and bed/breakfasts in the Portland Downtown area. If you are not able to stay at the Residence, search the web for these other locations.
New! Preparing for the Nuclear Medicine Technology Registry Exam
A review of the NMTCB examination along with a practice mock exam, facilitated by Arthur Maune, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, will be offered all day Friday and on Saturday morning, March 13-14, 2015 in conjunction with the Pacific Northwest SNMMI Chapter Spring Meeting. The location of the exam is TBD, but the two-day presentation was designed to be informal and fun and to help participants identify personal strengths and weaknesses in order to prepare efficiently for the NMTCB or ARRT(N) exams. Students need to bring a calculator to the review session and the mock exam. Contact Shirlee Templeton, CNMT for additional information: email@example.com