The RADPHARM Technologist Case Presentation Award is held in conjunction with the Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Nuclear Medicine.

Entrants to the Award will be registered Nuclear Medicine Technologists employed within the field of Nuclear Medicine.  Such entrants must be financial members of the Society for at least three months before the presentation at the State, NZ or Rural Radpharm Award session and, a current financial member for the ASM.

Students undertaking an approved course of study in Nuclear Medicine are also eligible to enter but they must be a member of the Society.  To join as a student member, please go to our Join Now page here.

The Award will be made for an Oral Case Presentation of a single (One) patient's study(s) performed within the Nuclear Medicine workplace.

For the award rules, click here.


RADPHARM and Nuclear Medicine Undergraduate Student Award Live Presentations: 20 August 2020




2020 Annual Scientific Meeting RADPHARM Award Winner:

Maddison Carroll
Utilising Fluorine-18 Florbetaben (18F-FBB) as a diagnostic tool for the assessment of cardiac amyloidosis
Read the abstract HERE


2020 Annual Scientific Meeting RADPHARM Award Additional Presenters:

Megan Storm
What Comes First? The patient or education?
Read the abstract HERE

Clare McKenzie
SDHA genetic variant. A Case Study

Read the abstract HERE

Nicholas Daw
Combination BRAF and MEK inhibitor therapy for redifferentiation of radioiodine refractory BRAF mutated papillary thyroid cancer: A Case Study
Read the abstract HERE

Briony Hunter
Almost The Same Shunt, Different Day
Read the abstract HERE

Madeleine Smith
The Role of a Nuclear Arthrogram in Imaging for an Infected Prosthesis
Read the abstract HERE


Past Award Winners:

Loren Katchel, Princess Alexandra Hospital Queensland Health 
The utility of 18F-FET in conjunction with PET/MRI for the imaging of malignant primary brain tumours.

Cassandra Tran, Hunter New England Local Health District
Amyloidosis Cardiac Scan: A Case Study of Transthyretin Amyloidosis (ATTR)


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