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The mission of ACC's Imaging Leadership Council and 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.

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Imaging Section Announcements

Section News

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Stay Up to Date on the Evolving Field of Cardio-Obstetrics

September 25, 2023

Educational Opportunities

Join us virtually for Cardio-Obstetrics Essentials: Team-Based Management of Cardiovascular Disease and Pregnancy on Dec. 15. This interprofessional course is focused on providing a basic to intermediate level of education on the evolving field of cardio-obstetrics and will convene a uniquely qualified and diverse group of cardiologists, maternal-fetal specialists and cardio-obstetrics team members.

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Interviews With Leaders in CV Imaging: Paul Cremer, MD

August 1, 2023

Feature Interview

Anam Waheed, MD, spoke with Paul Cremer, MD, about the practice of cardiovascular imaging and his advice for FITs pursuing cardiovascular imaging. They discuss topics such as what sparked his interest in cardiovascular imaging, how he practices it and how he hopes cardiovascular imaging advances in the next decade.

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