The fund honors the legacy of Dr. Neiman, who dedicated his life to improving patient care. He believed molecular imaging would become the next advance in medical imaging. Contributions in his memory support molecular imaging.
Harvey L. Neiman Molecular Imaging Fund
The Harvey L. Neiman Molecular Imaging Fund was established to honor the legacy of Dr. Neiman, a medical visionary who dedicated his professional life to improving patient care. Dr. Neiman, the former chief executive officer of the American College of Radiology, led the ACR to become one of the world’s largest and most influential medical specialty societies, taking historic steps to promote health care quality, safety and efficiency.
Dr. Neiman felt very strongly that molecular imaging would become the next advance in medical imaging. Advances in this field will greatly contribute to improvements in the diagnosis of and treatment of cancer, neurological and cardiovascular diseases and other serious illnesses. Dr. Neiman and his family have asked that contributions in his memory be directed to the ACR Foundation to support molecular imaging.
How will my donation be used?
Contributions will support grants allowing radiologists working in molecular imaging to attend educational opportunities, conferences and meetings relevant to the field. Donations to the fund will also support physicians presenting papers on molecular imaging at conferences and symposia.
How can I donate?
You can make a contribution to the Neiman Fund with a direct cash contribution (credit cards and checks are accepted) and/or stock transfer.
For planned giving opportunities, contact Diane Mullis at 800-227-5463 x5233 or email email@example.com.
All contributions are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.