The goal of this summit is to convene representatives from major stakeholders in nuclear medicine and AI spaces to advance the implementation of practical, achievable AI. The summit will consist of presentations in four panels along with four lectures, including two plenaries, and a debate.
High Country continues to attract and blend experts from academia and industry, with leaders in medical specialties, the regulatory agencies and health care researchers in an informal setting to facilitate dialog and an exchange of ideas. The meeting consists of six to seven hours of structured sessions per day (8 sessions total). In between sessions, roundtable discussions will be held and there are ample opportunities for independent meetings and networking.
Join Stanford University in a celebration of a major milestone in Dr. Sanjiv Sam Gambhir’s vision for Stanford’s leading translational molecular imaging and theragnostics program. Championed by Sam and Aruna Gambhir, and leaders from Stanford Medicine and the Department of Radiology, completion of the expansion of Stanford’s Cyclotron and Radiochemistry Facility (CRF) is capped by a state-of-the-art GE Healthcare PETtrace cyclotron.
March 11, 2024
An afternoon gathering in honor of Sam and Aruna. There will be tributes and talks about some of their impactful imaging approaches while enjoying some of their personal interests, including gelato and rock music.
March 12, 2024
A symposium to explore new directions in the field of molecular imaging and theragnostics with a focus on research in the areas of neuroscience, immunology, oncology, and innovative technologies. This meeting of academic and industry scientists wi
On behalf of the ESMI President Fabian Kiessling and the entire Board it is with immense pleasure to invite you to Porto, Portugal for the 19th annual meeting of the society: the EMIM 2024! BASIC TIMELINE July 2023 | Open Call for Programme Team Members & Reviewers 10 Oct. 2023 | Opening Abstract Submission 21 November 2023 | Deadline Abstract Submission 4 January 2024 | Notification to Presenters 17 January 2024 | Early Bird Registration Deadline MAIN SUBMISSION CATEGORIES: 1 Physics, Engineering & Technologies 2 Probe Chemistry & Reporter Genes 3 Reconstruction, Processing & Analysis 4 Image-Guided Therapy 5 Cardiovascular & Respiratory 6 CNS & Peripheral Nerves 7 Musculoskeletal 8 Gastrointestinal 9 Oncology 10 Immunology, Inflammation, & Infection 11 Metabolism 12 Re-/Degeneration & Developmental Biology
We want to take a 360° view on the exciting new developments in the field of Theranostics and Radiomolecular Precision Medicine (RPM). The TWC is an international conference that brings together leading experts in the field from around the world. Our goal is to provide a platform for researchers, students, clinicians, and industry professionals to share their knowledge, learn and discuss the latest advancements in this exciting field.
GNYC-TS Annual Spring Symposium. CEU's for Nuclear Medicine Technologists on both days.
This three day course will emphasize modern PET/CT Imaging and Molecular Imaging and Therapy (MIT) with targeted imaging and therapy radiotracers. This will include 12 hours of lecture from MIT leaders around the world and 12 hours of dedicated computer workstation time for attendees to personally review over 500 PET/CT studies. This course is designed for radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians, and others ordering or interpreting oncologic PET/CT studies.
Molecular Imaging of Inflammation and Infection The MEDAMI workshops are unique in that they address a medical imaging topic from the medical, clinical, and instrumentation perspectives. We invite experts from different backgrounds relevant to the selected subject disciplines, including biology, nuclear medicine, radiochemistry, physics, and engineering to foster multidisciplinary interactions leading to novel, cutting-edge applications using the latest technological developments.
Celebrated during the first full week of October, Nuclear Medicine Week encourages community members to take pride in their profession – recognizing their colleagues for their hard work and promoting nuclear medicine to the entire medical community as well as to the public.
The event will be held in person from September 09-13, 2023, in Vienna, Austria and we look forward to seeing you again. Until then, you can browse through our congress homepage.
Session 1: Why Is Diversity in Clinical Trials and Research Important?
This year's conference is set under the thought-provoking theme, "Nuclear Medicine in Pakistan - Generation Next". Our theme underscores our dedication to bolstering educational initiatives, fostering innovation, and nurturing a community centered on enhancing patient care. This conference will provide an in-depth exploration into new trends in Nuclear Oncology, Nuclear Cardiology, Theranostics, AI, Hybrid Imaging, and the emerging trends in Nuclear Medicine. We anticipate a robust participation from nuclear physicians, radiopharmacists, technologists, oncologists, surgeons, and medical physicists from all over the country. In addition to our national participants, we look forward to hosting esteemed leaders and experts from around the world, who will be sharing their invaluable knowledge and insights. Delegates from various international organizations will also be joining us, bringing valuable global perspectives to our discussions.
This workshop will focus on both the technical aspects of PET/MRI as well as the clinical utility of PET/MRI. We will have sessions on technical developments such as novel MR attenuation correction techniques and approaches to motion correction. We will also have focused sessions based on body parts for clinical and research applications (neuro, GU/gyn, cardiac, etc). Other sessions will highlight radiotracers to demonstrate how non-FDG tracers can be leveraged in novel ways using PET/MRI. We will also highlight AI's increasingly important role in improving PET acquisition and reconstruction (including ultra-low dose) and diagnosis (post-processing segmentation and diagnosis). We will include sessions on how to help develop multi-center trials and to facilitate this we will have breakout sessions based on disease type for participants to work in small groups to discuss the need and possibly design multi-center trials.
Fall Technologists CE Meeting
Join us at the 2023 Autumn chapter of the British Nuclear Medicine Society meeting at 1 Wimpole Street, London, on 31st October 2023 Kick off your conference with fellow delegates and faculty on the evening of 30th October at a welcome reception & keynote address by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO), England Cricket Board (ECB) Prof Nick Pierce at the Lord’s Tavern, Lord’s Cricket Ground at 18.30, co-hosted by the Hybrid Imaging &Therapy Unit, Wellington Hospital, HCA, London and Siemens Healthcare UK. The one-day meeting on 31st October, opens with a cutting-edge session on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in nuclear medicine to discuss opportunities and challenges with experts in the field. The remaining programme features two parallel streams to cater to all craft groups. The conference draws on the philosophy of the global Choosing Wisely initiative exploring themes of collaborative clinical decision making and a nuanced approach to door-to door imaging from image optimisation to dose co
Nationally recognized faculty will provide attendees with updated information that will enhance clinical practice of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. Attendees will consist of physicians, technologists, scientists, and nurses.
Session 2: Ensuring Diversity in Clinical Trials and Research Equity
The 2nd Qatar MINM Conference is planned for physical attendance from Nov 14 to 16, 2023 in Doha Qatar at the Intercontinental Hotel Doha Beach and SPA. Twenty World-renowned experts in MINM from the US, Europe, and the GCC/Middle East will deliver state-of-the-art lectures. Pre-conference Cardiac PET workshop on 13th Nov. Nine clinical sessions. Four Parallel sessions for scientific and technical staff. Panel discussion on future direction in MINM Oncology, Cardiology, and Theranostic. Challenging case presentations in Oncology and Cardiology.
The annual conference of Society of Nuclear Medicine India is going to be held in AIIMS Jodhpur, Rajasthan India.
The one-day educational program is offered in a VIRTUAL format discussing current and advanced molecular imaging and therapy.
Session 3: Community and Other Stakeholder Partnerships and Research Equity