The Korean Society of Nuclear Medicine
The Korean Society of Nuclear Medicine (KSNM) is a scientific and professional organization founded in 1961. The business of KSNM includes holding academic meetings, publication of journals and books, planning and research for the promotion of science and health, training and qualification of nuclear medicine specialists. There are 360 nuclear medicine specialists, 140 PET/CT scanners and 290 SPECT cameras in Korea.

The aims of KSNM are the promotion of nuclear medicine and cooperation of members from nuclear medicine's various related scientific fields of radiochemistry, radiopharmacy, dosimetry, pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics, image analysis, instrumentation, radiation biology, and radionuclide therapy, etc. KSNM hosted the Asia Oceania Congress of Nuclear Medicine in 1984 and 2015 and the World Congress of Nuclear Medicine and Biology in 2006.

The official journal of KSNM, Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (NMMI), with its first volume published in 1967, is currently published six times a year by Springer.

The KSNM leads the advancement of nuclear medicine locally, regionally and globally. It also provides effective training to cultivate future talents, preparing for future changes in an ever-diversifying environment.