Molecular Imaging of Infectious Disease: Rundown of Latest Advances from Across the World
Nuts-and-bolts of AI for Applications in Molecular Imaging
Advancing Drug Development through Molecular Imaging (ADDMI) and Molecular Tissue Imaging (MTI) Interest Group
Advancements in Tissue imaging: Connecting Multiscale Pathology to Radiology
This session will showcase advanced multiscale imaging approaches connecting pathology to radiology, including mass spectrometry imaging of cancer metabolism, PET imaging of neuroinflammation, tumor-targeted fluorescence, and cryo-fluorescence tomography for precise correlation of breast imaging and histopathology. Attendees will learn cutting-edge techniques for comprehensive multimodal tissue assessment.
Advancing Molecular Imaging Probes: Bridging the Preclinical-Clinical Gap
This session will highlight advanced molecular imaging probes bridging preclinical and clinical research, including hepatospecific PET/MRI for measuring liver function, perfluorocarbon nanoemulsions for immune/stem cell tracking, and an AI-powered platform for automated PET biodistribution analysis. Attendees will learn about cutting-edge probes enabling precise monitoring of molecular processes.
Bridging the Preclinical-Clinical Gap From Research Tools to Radiopharmeceuticals for Clinical Use
This session focuses on utilizing molecular imaging to drive decision-making across drug research and development. The workshop includes expert presentations on novel probe design, translation to large animals, and deployment in human trials to deliver image-based data supporting therapeutics across sessions on multiscale pathology, preclinical-clinical gaps, and radiopharmaceutical clinical use.
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