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RECORDINGS of EMIM 2019 PLENARY LECTURES are now available

May 3, 2019


The recordings of the EMIM 2019 PLENARY LECTURES are now available for all ESMI members!

Just log-in into your ESMI Member Portal > select tab “Media” > start the recording of your choice – listen, learn, and enjoy! You may want to use the one or the other recording for teaching purposes, view a lecture during lunch break or a team meeting... in any case, we hope you like it!


The following recordings (slides + voice) are available:


  Cryo-Electron Tomography - The Promise and Challenges of Doing Structural Biology in situ

Wolfgang Baumeister – Mannheim, Germany

  Using image based masspec to interrogate cancer metabolism

Owen Sansom – Glasgow, UK

  World’s Deepest-Penetration and Fastest Optical Cameras: Photoacoustic Tomography and Compressed Ultrafast Photography

Lihong Wang – Passadena, USA

  Imaging Immune Responses – A Fresh Look using ImmunoPET

Anna Wu – Duarte/LA, USA

  A clinical perspective for successful application of new technologies

Rebecca Fitzgerald – Cambridge, UK

  Molecular imaging in humans; where are we and where are we going?

Jason Lewis - New York, USA

ESMI Award Winner:

  Imaging – Structure, Function, Molecular Interactions

Markus Rudin – Zurich, Switzerland

Best thesis Award:

  Carbon-11 Labeled Amino Acids and Peptides: Chemistry and Applications

Aleksandra Pekosak – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Young Investigator Award Winner:

  Not available yet due to unpublished data: Non-invasive Translational Molecular Imaging in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Adrian P. Regensburger – Erlangen, Germany

Young Investigator Award Finalists:

  Precision brain tumor theranostics using [123I]I-PARPi, an Auger radiation emitter

Giacomo Pirovano – New York, USA


  Not available yet due to unpublished data: Image guided surgery for generic tumor detection in solid tumors using the PH activated micelle-based imaging agent ONM-100

Floris J Voskuil – Groningen, The Netherlands