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March 2-6, 2019
Vail Marriott, Vail, CO
High Country continues to attract and blend experts from academia and industry, with leaders in medical specialties, the regulatory agencies and health care researchers in an informal setting to facilitate dialog and an exchange of ideas. The meeting consists of six (6) hours of structured sessions per day (9 sessions total). In between sessions, there are ample opportunities for independent meetings, networking and discussions.
The Hal O’Brien Rising Star award is intended to pay for $1,000 travel expenses to our HCNMC meeting where the awardee will be presented with a plaque and invited to participate in the program. This award is intended for young people identified to have the potential to become future leaders in our field.
To celebrate our 40th anniversary we have created the Hal O’Brien fund at the Education and Research Foundation. Those of us who participate and attend the HCNMC truly appreciate Dr. Hal O’Brien’s vision in creating such a unique format to bring together leaders from all branches of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging that continues to benefit all of us who attend. We have created this annual award to provide the next generation of future leaders the opportunity to benefit from this unique learning experience. We are targeting to give this award to junior faculty, Post-Docs and fellows identified by Councils of the SNMMI as rising stars.