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ESHIᴹᵀ is proud to announce that it endorses the lauch of a 10ps-Challenge to foster the next quantum leap in PET imaging and make reconstruction-less, high-sensitivity PET scanners a reality, thus paving the way towards reducing by an order of magnitude the radiation dose, the scan duration, and the scanning cost per patient.
Integrated, interdisciplinary PET/CT reporting is not implemented ubiquitously. Training programmes and qualification options in hybrid imaging are limited in Europe.
Further harmonisation of operation and training in hybrid imaging is necessary on a European, regional and institutional level in order to ensure high clinical quality and to strengthen the clinical role of hybrid imaging.
How is hybrid imaging faring across Europe, and are ongoing turf battles between radiology and nuclear medicine getting resolved?
Philipp Ward from AuntMinnie talked to Thomas Beyer, PhD, MBA, to reflect on these issues and on his first year as president of the European Society for Hybrid, Molecular and Translation Imaging (ESHIᴹᵀ), as well as the next 12 months ahead.
Visit the ESHI booth on the entrance level and join our sessions at ECR 2019.
Among many applicants, Dr. Mahmoud Rezk was chosen as our first hybrid imaging fellow in 2018. He was granted a 3-months-fellowship at Umea University (Sweden).
Thursday, February 28, 2019
12:00 – 13:00
Austria Center Vienna, Room M6
If you attend the Congress of the Russian Society of Radiology (November 08.-10 in Moscow), make sure not to miss the joint POPP/ESHIᴹᵀ session: November 08, 2018 – 16.30-18.00, СЕКТОР «А»
A hot topic – 2,400 participants turn CHILI, the virtual meeting on hybrid imaging, into big success
On October 26, ESHI-MT delivered a brand new, completely virtual conference to the world. The Conference on Hybrid Imaging Live (CHILI) was the first meeting of its kind in this field and can be considered a resounding success, with 2,400 live viewers from 107 countries tuning in to watch.
PET/MRI is set to shake up tumor biology imaging and is already proving to be a useful algorithm development tool in machine learning, delegates were told at the Conference on Hybrid Imaging Live (CHILI), held in Barcelona, Spain, on 26 October.