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Journal of Nuclear Cardiology 1/2017

Purposeful Imaging: Goals for ASNC in 2017

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It is an honor and a privilege for me to assume the role of President of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology. By way of an introduction, I received my undergraduate degree from the Rice University in Houston and went across the street to the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, where I received my MD and PhD. My thesis project focused on regulation of myocardial metabolism, and my thesis advisor, Heinrich Taegtmeyer, MD, DPhil, said that his thesis advisor, Sir Hans Krebs, defined metabolism as “biochemistry with a purpose.” More on that in a minute. After medical school, I did residency and cardiology fellowship training at the Yale School of Medicine and ultimately joined the faculty there. It was there, working with Frans Wackers, Barry Zaret, and Albert Sinusas that I found my calling in nuclear cardiology. I moved to the Warren Alpert Medical School of the Brown University a year and a half ago where I have the privilege of working with ASNC Past Presidents Drs. James Arrighi and Brian Abbott. I have been a member of ASNC for 17 years and have had the great opportunity of working with many of the leaders in the field of nuclear cardiology. I want to thank all of them for their support through the years and their continued support and advice during my presidency. ...

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