Evolving Hybrid Imaging into Clinical Practice

ESMOFIR/ESHI Satellite Symposium 2017

On behalf of the European Society of Molecular and Functional Imaging in Radiology - ESMOFIR and the European Society for Hybrid Medical Imaging - ESHI be warmly invited to extend your stay in Cologne and join the Satellite Symposium dedicated "Evolving hybrid imaging into clinical practice" subsequent to the EMIM 2017.


Date: Saturday 8 April 2017

Time: 09.00h - 17.00h

Symposium Venue:

Max Planck Institute for Metabolic Research

Gleueler Str. 51, Cologne - just a short walk away from the EMIM venue


Symposium Organizer/Chair
Konstantin Nikolaou, Tubingen


Simply sign-in during your EMIM registration. The workshop can be also booked separately though.

Symposium Programme

Evolving Hybrid Imaging into Clinical Practice


09:00-10:30 Hybrid Imaging in Oncology I

09:00-09:35        Hybrid Imaging - What is it?- Thomas Beyer, Vienna

09:35-10:05        Novel tracers for hybrid imaging: pearls & pitfalls FDG and beyond - Luigi Aloj, Cambridge

10:05-10:30        Discussion


11:00-12:30 Hybrid Imaging in Oncology II

11:00-11:35        Therapy monitoring and criteria-based reporting in hybrid imaging - Clemens Cyran, Munich

11:35-12:05        Hybrid imaging and radionuclide therapy: theranostics alive - Niklaus Schäfer, Lausanne

12:05-12:30        Discussion


13:30-15:00 Hybrid Imaging: Cardiac and Brain

13:30-14:05        Hybrid imaging in cardiovascular diseases - Matthias Gutberlet, Leipzig

14:05-14:40        Hybrid imaging of the brain: dementia, tumors and beyond - Alexander Drzezga, Cologne

14:40-15:00        Discussion


15:30-17:00 Special Focus MR/PET: prostate and pediatrics

15:30-16:05        Hybrid imaging of the pelvis - Lale Umutlu, Essen

16:05-17:00        Hybrid imaging: pediatric indications - Konstantin Nikolaou, Tübingen


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Registration fee

Regular Non-Member*

150,00 €

Regular Member*

100,00 €

Junior Non-Member*

80,00 €

Junior Member*

50,00 €

*ESMOFIR and ESMI members are eligible for the reduced member fee

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