Jackson W. Kiser, MD
Dr. Kiser is a graduate of the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond and completed residencies in Internal Medicine and Diagnostic Radiology. He achieved board certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine in 1993 and the American Board of Radiology in 1997 with a certificate of Special Competency in Nuclear Medicine from the American Board of Radiology in 1998. He has been in practice as a radiologist in southwest Virginia since 1997 and is currently the Medical Director of Molecular Imaging at a tertiary care hospital in Virginia. Dr. Kiser is co-founder of Molecular Imaging and Therapy Consultants of Virginia and is principal investigator in several ongoing research projects including the IDEAS study and expanded access protocol for Lutathera and has provided presentations to national and local chapter meetings of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. He is a member of the ARRS and SNMMI.
Course Credit: 1.25
Program Summary: A series of interviews focusing on how radiopharmaceutical extravasation affects the quality and quantification of nuclear medicine imaging studies.