1st DyMIC Day 2019

Be warmly invited to  the first DyMIC Day and join us in Rijswijk!

The idea of the DyMIC DAY is to organize it each time at a different imaging site in a different Dutch city and to provide insights into the respective activities on-site.

We are looking forward to welcoming you at the BPRC for the 1st edition!


Date: Tuesday 26 November 2019

Time: start at 13.00h

Venue:Biomedical Primate Research Center (BPRC)

Lange Kleiweg 161, 2288 GJ Rijswijk


Registration is FREE of CHARGE but OBLIGATORY and limited!

REGISTER HERE and learn more about terms and conditions

The DyMIC Day is organized by the Dutch young ESMI Group. young ESMI Groups are part of the European Society for Molecular Imaging and the DyMIC Day therefore under the umbrella of the ESMI.

Tentative Programme

13.00-13.15h      Registration & Welcome Coffee

13.15-13.20h      Welcome @ BPRC - Marieke Stammes (Co-Chair DyMIC)

13.25-13.45h      Role of a veterinarian @ BPRC - Chrispijn Schilp

13.50-14.10h      Studying male introductions @ BPRC - Astrid Rox

14.15-14.35h      Zika virus @ BPRC - Babs Verstrepen

14.40-15.00h      PET-CT imaging @ BPRC - Marieke Stammes


15.15-16.00h      Tour along the colony

16.00-16.15h      Closing and walk to

16.15h               ESMI Networking Reception @ De Halve Maan

Who we are and why you should join

The Imaging Science community in The Netherlands is internationaly competitivewith excellent research groups all around the country. We are the young Dutch molecular imaging network (DyMIC): a pioneering imaging science community in The Netherlands that aims to promote the formation of a network of young(-er) scientists working in the field of ImagingScience by providing an informal platform for knowledge exchange and networking.

We are offering MSc/PhD students and early career post-docs an easy and informal entry into the larger European imaging community. In this sense, DyMIC pursues to attract Dutch imaging scientists to the "mother" society - the European Society for Molecular Imaging ESMI. Be part of it!