NANETS produces a weekly publication, Weekly Net Connection. It contains information on recent NET disease research, guidelines and resources. It also highlights NET continuing medical education (CME) programming, medical society developments, member accomplishments and news from other NET organizations. Have news to share? Contact us! Net News is a benefit of membership in NANETS. Not a member? Subscribe now!

Josh Mailman, longtime NANETS member and president of in California, was featured on network news to talk about his diagnosis and treatment with nuclear medicine. Click on the link provided to see the interview.josh mailman 400x400

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Camilo Jimenez, MD, Chair, Neena Vijayvergia, MD, Co-Chair, and Shanetia Avinger, DNP, APRN, FNP-C, of the Diversity and Membership Committee moderated a roundtable discussion with Allied Health Professionals and Advanced Practice Providers in July. The purpose of this meeting was to engage in an open dialogue about how NANETS can better serve this sector of its membership, and the greater NET medical community. 

NANETS is pleased to announce its 2021 research grant recipients, which will be presented at the Multidisciplinary NET Medical Symposium in Chicago November 4-6. NANETS offered two grant opportunities this year: the Basic Translational Science Investigator (BTSI) and NANETS Clinical Investigator Scholarship (NCIS).

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Jessica Maxwell, MD, is the 2021 recipient of NANETS’ Clinical Investigator Scholarship (NCIS). Dr. Maxwell was awarded this grant for her proposal: Characterization of the small bowel neuroendocrine tumor immune environment. Dr. Maxwell is an Assistant Professor of Surgical Oncology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. 

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J. Bart Rose, III, MD, is the 2021 recipient of NANETS’ Basic/Translational Science Investigator Award (BTSI). Dr. Rose was awarded this scholarship for his proposal: Molecular influences of racial disparities in pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors. Dr. Rose is an Assistant Professor of Surgical Oncology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.