The World Molecular Imaging Society (WMIS) was established in 2011 by integrating the Academy of Molecular Imaging and the Society for Molecular Imaging into a single streamlined society focused on advancing the field of molecular imaging (MI). Our goal is to drive the acceptance and innovation of multimodal molecular imaging as a critical tool for discovery, preclinical, translational and clinical studies.
All WMIS members receive the journal of WMIS, Molecular Imaging and Biology six times a year, the annual conference Program Book and a reduced registration fee for the annual conference and workshops during the year.
Membership has advantages:
- Access to the Molecular Imaging & Biology Journal (included in membership)
- Member discount for the World Molecular Imaging Congress
- Ability to participate in our innovative Interest Groups
- Ability to earn CME credits
- Opportunities for grants and awards
*Trainees include graduate students, fellows, post-docs and residents. Trainees must upload verification of status when they register, or send via email before their registration will be accepted at the trainee rate.
**Technologists are defined as people working within the field of molecular imaging who are not students, fellows, post-docs or residents and who do not hold a PhD or an MD. Technologists must upload verification of their status, or send via email before their registration will be accepted at the technologist rate.
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“Several people have recently posed the question “What makes WMIS different?” One answer is: the uniqueness of WMIS, which stems from our drive to present and support the development and growth of novelty and new scientific discoveries. Innovation and integration are the foundation of WMIS. We have a directed vision and a streamlined ability to adapt to emerging innovations and to integrate them into our society. We also work in tandem with industry, government and advocacy groups, broadening our reach, our knowledge and our base.”
Professor Jason S. Lewis, Past President of WMIS, Emily Tow Jackson Chair at MSKCC