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ADasariIn November, the board voted to amend the bylaws to add a board seat. Arvind Dasari, MD, MD Anderson, was elected to fill the new seat.
Since joining MD Anderson in 2011, Dr. Dasari’s clinical focus has been on neuroendocrine malignancies and he currently serves as the co-Chair of the MD Anderson multi-disciplinary neuroendocrine tumor board.

As part of NANETS efforts to develop new relationships that will aid the growth of our research and education initiatives and other donor-funded educational projects, a more professional image consistent with our mission was needed.In this vein, a simplified, clean and more “medical” professional brand image was created. In October, the board charged the executive committee with the final decision, and we are pleased to introduce the new logo and images that will roll out in 2020. Our new "brand" will go a long way to engage and involve current and new stakeholders.Here's a look back at some of our original designs and logos and a nod forward to where we are today.

From the President

Dear Colleagues,

The New Year brings with it new strategies for achieving our goals and a brand new look. I am pleased to unveil our updated logo and images for the website and our virtual communications, designed to take us into the second decade of the 2000s.

This special eNewsletter edition gives you a glimpse into the genesis and evolution of NANETS, with changes to its brand identity and themes serving as symbols of our continued growth and advancement as the premier neuroendocrine research and education society in North America.

It is not just our look that is new. Read about the new pNETS Guidelines published earlier this month in Pancreas, thanks to the hard work and dedication of our distinguished multidisciplinary panel of NET experts.

NANETS Board of Trustees has also initiated a new committee structure and is considering a number of new initiatives as a result of the engagement of our members. NANETS bylaws have been amended to support the addition of a new board seat and celebrates the election of Arvind Dasari, MD to fill the new seat.