Tahoe, CA – The Western Region Society of Nuclear Medicine (WRSNM) will honor Julie L. Sutcliffe, PhD, FSNMMI, from the University of California Davis with the presentation of their Distinguished Scientist Award. The Award will be presented to Dr. Sutcliffe at the 2022 WRSNM Annual Meeting, October 28-30, 2022 at the Resort at Squaw Creek in Tahoe, California. The Award is given annually at the WRSNM Meeting to an individual who has made significant contributions to the Clinical Science of Nuclear Medicine or Molecular Imaging.
Dr. Sutcliffe is a Professor of Internal Medicine and Biomedical Engineering at the University of California Davis. She serves as the co-director of the Center for Molecular and Genomic imaging and as the director of radiochemistry.
Dr Sutcliffe is the leader of a multidisciplinary translational research team that is recognized nationally for its contributions to the field of Molecular Imaging. She is the Principal investigator of four active clinical trials, she is the Principal investigator of the UC Davis U01 Pancreatic Cancer Detection Consortium and is the leader of the UC Davis Lustgarten Foundation/ Standup-To-Cancer Pancreatic Cancer Collective Research Team.
Dr. Sutcliffe is a Fellow of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, a Fellow of the World Molecular Imaging Society and Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering. She is the immediate past president of the World Molecular Imaging Society.
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