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Timeline 1981-1990

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1981 - 1990: Laying the Groundwork

1981

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1982

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1983

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  • First Standards of Training and Practice document drafted and approved by the Board
  • President Joseph H. Bellina, MD 1982-1983
  • Annual Conference New Orleans, Louisiana; 294 in attendance
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1984

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1985

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1986

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  • Subscription to the LSM journal is included as a member benefit
  • ASLMS approved by ACCME to grant CME credits
  • President Gezo J. Jako, MD 1985-1986
  • Annual Conference in Boston, Massachusetts; 966 in attendance
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1987

  • ASLMS published first biophysics course book
  • Dr. Carmen Puliafito appointed as LSM Editor
  • President Kenneth A. Arndt, MD 1986-1987
  • Annual Conference in San Francisco, California; 1067 in attendance
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1988

  • ASLMS has members from 20 countries
  • President Michael W. Berns, PHD 1987-1988
  • Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas; 1051 in attendance
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1989

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1990

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  • "Physician Member" category created
  • President Robert H. Ossoff, MD, DMD 1989-1990
  • Annual Conference in Nashville, Tennessee; 1039 in attendance

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