Molecular Imaging Conference 2012
The conference will bring together practitioners and researchers from industry and academia to facilitate an exchange of current information on molecular and cellular imaging from the bench to the bed, and a focus on emerging technologies.
Topics include: in vivo optical imaging; status of animal and clinical PET, MRI, CT and ultrasound; imaging cancer treatment and evaluation. Poster sessions offer a venue for P3AGI researchers to present their results and provide a forum for informal discussion with interested colleagues also from outside the consortium.
Registration for and attendance of the Molecular Imaging Conference is free of charge, subject to availability (100 participants).
The deadline for online registration is: 20 November 2012.
The event is part of the activities of the project Public Private Partnership for Asthma Imaging and Genomics (P3AGI), coordinated by CBM (with Vito Lorusso as scientific coordinator) and funded by the European Commission under the FP7 – Marie Curie Industry-Academia Partnership and Pathways scheme (IAPP). The project will involve the secondment of researchers coming from five European institutions as well as numerous training and dissemination activities such as workshops, conferences and Summer Schools taking place at the locations of the partner institutions.
The project partners are:
- CBM, Trieste, Italy
- Aeirtec Limited, Newcastle, UK
- Medizinische Universitaet Wien, Austria
- Universitaetsmedizin Goettingen, Germany
- Marinomed GmbH, Vienna, Austria
For further information and for registration please visit the Conference website: http://mic2012.p3agi.eu/
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