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Korean professor to head Asian molecular imaging body
  • By Constance Williams
  • Published 2017.10.13 14:24
  • Updated 2017.10.13 15:32
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Professor Lee Kyung-han of the Samsung Medical Center department of nuclear medicine was elected as the next president of the Federation of Asian Societies for Molecular Imaging (FASMI), the federation said Friday.

Professor Lee Kyung-han was elected as the next president of the Federation of Asian Societies for Molecular Imaging.

FASMI was established in 2006 to promote cooperation among regional molecular imaging societies and to spread this particular medical field. It has branches in Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan and Australia, and has contributed to the exchange and development of advanced molecular imaging technology and knowledge.

Lee was chosen as the next president of FASMI in the 2017 World Molecular Imaging Society (WMIC) in Pennsylvania, U.S., from Sep. 13-16. He will try to promote education and academic exchanges on molecular imaging technology among Asian researchers.

"I will do my best to encourage the joint development of new molecular imaging technology among Asian countries and to activate the academic events for the next generation of Asian research talents,” Lee said.

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