Pioneer Lecture

PIONEER LECTURE

 
The Pioneer Lecture is a 45-minute presentation given in a plenary session.
 
The subject of the lecture is to be in keeping with the conference theme OR a memorial lecture in honour of a person who has made a considerable contribution to the Society of Nuclear Medicine in Australia and New Zealand.  The lecturer is appointed by the Local Organising Committee in consultation with the Scientific Advisory Panel of the ANZSNM, and is to be a guest speaker from the organising state or from within Australasia.
 
 

ANZSNM 2020 PIONEER LECTURE AWARD

Professor Chris Rowe, Austin Hospital (Live Presentation, 11 June 2020)


 

 

 

 

PAST WINNERS OF THE PIONEER LECTURE AWARD

YEAR

LECTURER

2005 Prof AM Scott
2006 Prof Rodney Hicks
2007 A/Prof Barry Chatterton
2008 -
2009 Prof Robert Howman-Giles
2010 K Schmidt
2011 Dr JW McKay
2012 Prof Victor Kalff
2013 -
2014 M Bellen
2015 E Jones
2016 Dr Michael Rutland
2017 Dr Monica Rossleigh
2018 J Harvey Turner
2019 Dr Geoff Currie

 

Refer to the Society Archive page HERE to read more on past award winners and their abstracts