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PET Hybrid Imaging Workshop

A two-day workshop held at the ICR in Sutton, aimed at nuclear medicine technologists/radiographers, managers, physicists and nurse specialists. It will provide excellent learning around the latest PET developments, as well as a good networking opportunity.

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Event

PET Hybrid Imaging Workshop: organised by the ICR and The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust. 

Date

Thursday 17 – Friday 18 November 2016

Location

The ICR, Sutton Campus
15 Cotswold Road
Sutton, SM2 5NG

Fees apply

£100 (1 day) or £150 (2 days).

Registration

To register, email us or call 0208 661 3900.

Please note: the deadline for registration is 31 October 2016.

Programme

Day 1

09:30–9:45     Registration and course introduction
9:45-10:30      PET physics & instrumentation: new developments
10:30-11:15    PET Tracer Production
11:15-11:30    Coffee & Networking
11:30-12:15    PET Radiochemistry
12:15-13:00    Novel PET Tracers

Lunch
 
14:00-14:45    Kinetic modelling in PET/CT
14:45-15:15    Kinetic modelling in PET/CT — the practical aspects

Break

15:30-16:15   PET/CT/MR: pre clinical studies
16:15-17:00   Role of PET in Biomedical Research
17:15             Optional Tour of Department 

Day 2

9:30-9:45       Registration and course introduction
9:45-10:30     Clinical Applications of PET/CT in oncology.
10:30-11:15    Clinical Applications of PET/CT in Theranostics
11:15-11:30    Coffee & Networking
11:30-12:15    Clinical Applications of PET/CT in Lymphoma/ Head & Neck
12:15-13:00    Imaging Pitfalls: Interactive session

Lunch

14:00–14:45    PET/CT in Radiotherapy Planning
14:45–15:15    PET/MR Applications

Break

15:30–16:15 Hybrid Imaging: Challenges and benefits
16:15–17:00 PET Future direction

Open Discussion/Closing

 
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