Polish woman president-elect of the European Society of Nuclear Medicine
Dr hab. n. med. Jolanta Kunikowska, assistant professor at the Medical University of Warsaw, was unanimously elected president-elect of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM). In the years 2019-2020, Dr. hab. n med. Jolanta Kunikowska will serve as president-elect of EANM, and in 2021-2022 as president of EANM.
During the Congress of the European Society of Nuclear Medicine, which he event was held from 13 to 17 October in Düsseldorf, dr hab. n. med. Jolanta Kunikowska was unanimously elected president-elect of the European Society of Nuclear Medicine.
Dr. hab. n. med. Jolanta Kunikowska, assistant professor in the Department of Nuclear Medicine at the Medical University of Warsaw, is a graduate of the Warsaw Medical University.
Within the framework of nuclear medicine, Dr. n. med. J. Kunikowska works on personalized therapy in neuroendocrine tumors, gliomas, and glioblastomas and the use of new tracers In the framework of nuclear medicine, Dr. Jacek K. Kossak, M.D., Ph b cancer.
Dr hab. n med. J. Kunikowska has been actively involved in Polish and European scientific and research structures for many years. For many years she has been a member of the Polish Society of Nuclear Medicine, and since 2014 she was on the board of EANM. From 2008 to 2014 she was EANM National Delegate and from 2010 to 2015 a member of the EANM Oncology Committee.
– Unanimous election The election of Jolanta Kunikowska, MD, PhD, as the president of the European Society of Nuclear Medicine is a great personal success for her and a reflection and appreciation of her rich achievements and scientific activity in the field of nuclear medicine. This is also a huge success for our entire community – We feel proud of our colleague’s success and appreciated for many years of active contribution to the world science in the field of nuclear medicine – m prof. Leszek Kr licki, national consultant in nuclear medicine.
– Nuclear medicine, a rapidly developing field, poses many challenges for researchers and clinicians he challenges of everyday life. The growing health needs of our society and the increasing potential of applications for r In this context, the reality of personalized precision medicine, in which the most common procedures in nuclear medicine meet the reality of personalized precision medicine, in which the most common procedures in nuclear medicine meet the reality of personalized precision medicine rej wsp Modern nuclear diagnostics and therapy have a lot to offer. Our colleague doctor Jolanta Kunikowska understands these challenges very well. I have no doubt that he will lead the world of European nuclear medicine towards exciting yet valuable scientific and research initiatives,” added Kr licki.