Association of Students of the Radiologic Sciences 
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 Association of Students of the Radiologic Sciences

        I hereby propose the organization of a society for students
affiliated or interested in radiology, radiologic technology, medical
imaging, and associated disciplines, to be named the Association of
Students of the Radiological Sciences (ASRS).  Currently, no
similar organization exists which opens its membership to students.

        The organization would have as goals and principles the following:

        1.  To encourage awareness by students of the various fields of
radiology and careers as radiologists (medical doctors), radiological
technologists, and graduate research-based education in the associated

        2.  To promote scholarship and communication among students involved
in radiological research, technology, radiology in health care (including
M.D.s in radiology residencies), medical imaging, and associated disciplines
such as nuclear physics;

        3.  To provide a forum for the discussion of current methods in
radiology and radiological research;

        4.  To promote integrity among those involved in the various
fields of radiology.

        This survey's purpose is to ascertain interest in participation
in this society.  If you are or know of someone who is interested in
being involved in this kind of exchange, please respond to me via e-mail
(directly or via my WWW homepage).  I will respond and will communicate
more details.    

          WWW:   http://www.***.com/ ~wilkins

| Eric P. Wilkinson                   Electrical Engineering/Pre-Medicine |


Wed, 08 Oct 1997 03:00:00 GMT
 Association of Students of the Radiologic Sciences

We are involved here in Grenoble in the synthesis of radiopharma-
ceuticals for medical imaging and would be interested in discussions
and contacts on the net.

More specifically we are dealing with iodinated derivatives of glucose
for brain or heart imaging as well as cancerous cells through SPECT.
We are also developing labelling of glucose transport proteins (GLUT).

Additionaly we have begun the synthesis of boron analogues of
biomolecules (see Tetrahedron 1994, 50, 12521) for use in BNCT
(Boron Neutron Capture Therapy).

So if you share these interests, let us know.

Sat, 11 Oct 1997 03:00:00 GMT
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