Welcome to ACC’s Imaging Member Section!

Ron Blankstein, MD, FACC

Ron Blankstein, MD, FACC

The mission of ACC's Imaging Member Section is to provide members who have a specific clinical or professional interest in imaging with a forum in which they can advance their professional priorities, offer input into the coordination of imaging activities within the College and facilitate networking with peers in their field.

The Leadership Council will represent those interests within the ACC and facilitate achieving consensus on issues affecting the various cardiology imaging modalities. The purpose of the Leadership Council will be to represent the interests of the cardiology imaging community and to work with ACC leadership to promote communication and cooperation among organizations and cardiovascular societies in the field.

The Section represents five major modalities within the cardiovascular imaging community: CT, MR, echocardiography, nuclear medicine and angiography. Section leaders recognize the importance of a multimodality perspective in diagnosis and facilitate their integration into research, education, quality, guidelines and more.


Questions? Contact ACC Member Care at membercare@acc.org.

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ACC Webinar: Multimodality Cardiac Imaging: Understanding the Many Paths From Training to Practice

May 28, 2024

Featured Webinar

Join ACC's Imaging and Fellows in Training Sections on June 3 at 7:30 p.m. ET for a webinar discussing cardiovascular imaging careers and training. Attendees will gain insight on topics such as the role of imaging cardiologists, diverse imaging pathways, cardiac imaging fellowships and more. There will also be a Q&A period where attendees can interact with panelists. Learn more.

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Call For Applications: ACC’s Clinical Nuclear Cardiology Program Editor

April 22, 2024

Call For Applications

The ACC is seeking the next editor for its Clinical Nuclear Cardiology: From the "Nuts and Bolts" to the Recent Advances program. The commitment will last until March 2025, when the new online educational product publishes. Interested individuals are encouraged to review the job description and submit an application by Monday, May 6. Learn more and apply.

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