MEETING POSTPONED UNTIL 2021
UPDATES TO FOLLOW
Preclinical Nuclear Imaging Symposium
We are pleased to announce the fourth symposium on preclinical nuclear imaging, jointly organised by the University of Hull (PET Research Centre), University College London (Centre for Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry and Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging) and King’s College London. The meeting was planned take place on November 9th, 2020 at the University of Hull in Hull but has now been postponed until 2021.
The PNI symposium caters to the UK nuclear imaging community with attendees from both academia and industry, and provides an excellent platform for scientific communication and networking.
This year’s meeting will feature three scientific sessions to showcase recent advances in nuclear imaging across a diversity of applications. A poster pitch session will give young researchers the opportunity to present their work.
*Information regarding registration and details of the programme will appear shortly*
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COVID-19 UPDATE: The meeting has now been postponed with the aim of holding an “on campus/ in person” meeting in November 2021.
We will be delighted to welcome Prof Marjolijn N. Lub-de Hooge from University of Groningen (https://www.rug.nl/staff/m.n.lub-de.hooge/research), who will give the keynote lecture on translational imaging of the immune system. Our second distinguished speaker will be Prof Jason Holland from ETH Zurich (https://www.chem.uzh.ch/en/research/groups/holland/curriculumVitae.html), who will share his recent results on photoradiochemistry. Invited talks from UK based researchers will be given by Dr Matthew Tredwell (https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/people/view/1738620-tredwell-matthew), Dr James Knight (https://www.staff.ncl.ac.uk/jamesknight2/), Dr Jane Sosabowski (https://www.bartscancer.london/staff/dr-jane-sosabowski/) and Dr Tammy Kalber (https://www.ucl.ac.uk/centre-for-advanced-biomedical-imaging/people/tammy-kalber).
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION AND PNI IMAGE OF THE YEAR
There will be a variety of opportunities for members of the community to showcase their research, including short talks and flash presentations. Newly added this year, there will be a “PNI Image of the Year” competition. Details for submitting scientific abstracts and images will be published in August.