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The WISys Quick Pitch competition is aimed to encourage innovative and entrepreneurial thinking by inspiring students from all academic disciplines to consider the impact of their research and how their findings one day could benefit the local economy and/or society. It is a way for them to consider the practical impact of their research.

Emily Seib, one of 13 students from a range of different academic disciplines, earned second place for her research entitled, “Establishing a Need for a Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Pediatric Specialty”.

Her research was based on the feedback of several respondents to a questionnaire that was answered by several of the attendee of the Central Chapter of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Fall Symposium at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, WI. Thank you all of those who participated in answering the questionnaire!