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SRS President-Elect, Albert D. Windhorst

One of the key benefits of SRS membership is complimentary subscription (e-only) to Nuclear Medicine and Biology. The journal affords us the opportunity to review some of the newest and best research being conducted by our colleagues. But the main purpose of this blog post is to encourage you to interact with fellow radiopharmaceutical science professionals by (1) planning to participate in ISRS 2013 and (2) participating in this new SRS blog.

(1) Abstract submission for the 20th International Symposium on Radiopharmaceutical Sciences (ISRS 2013) opens on October 16, 2012 and closes on December 18, 2012. Please don't miss this opportunity to attend this event and interact with your colleagues. ISRS 2013 will be held in Jeju, Korea from May 12 to May 17, 2013. This symposium represents the most important symposium series within our field.

(2) SRS leaders and guests will regularly post to this blog, and the goal is not merely to inform you, but to interact with one another. There is almost no end to possible topics, so please comment letting us know which topics you would like to see discussed within the next few months. I would like to see this blog evolve into a very useful forum and interactive tool for our society.

We solicit suggestions for further improvement of the site. Please submit your input as a comment to this post or through the Contact page. This site has been created with you in mind, and we want to continue to improve it with your input.

The SRS takes care of its members, so please renew your membership for 2013!


Albert D. Windhorst, SRS President-Elect

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I think this blog will be a powerful tool if interaction and learning, in particular for researchers that are from a developing country such as mine, Brazil.

September 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJoao Osso

Joao: What blog topics do you think would be especially interesting for researchers in developing countries?

September 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCharles Metzger

It is a little regret that it is still early to be the 50th commenter to get a copy of the book by late Dr Mike Welch and Dr Bill Eckelman, because by the description it is a book compelling me to read. But I can not wait, because I really think creating this blog site is really great . Probably the most hitting-my-eye point of this very first article is the thinking about the possible topics that will be considered in future.

One topic that seems important to me is as a society what to do, where to go, and how to do it. I was very much trigged earlier by the talk given by Bill in the Iowa meeting first entitled “the fittests survive” when listed and at the time given modified to something less-exiting like “Change- to switch a target?” ( I can not remember exactly now).

Probably the dollar (bread) driven and the society need driven are two most important factors along with others that researchers have to face. I believe it will become a hot topic, which is also constantly being asked silently in the heart of everyone.

September 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterGuozheng Liu

Hi, same as joao Im a radiopharmacy researcher from developing country Iran. It was a privilage to meet Dr. Windhorst in a course at Tours university in France last year. It was incredible. I think its unbeliveble opportunity to have intraction with radiopharmacy scientists especialy for us. Im trying to be a member of SRS and join to the next symposium. Good luck

November 12, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterleila Hassanzadeh

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