The STFC Cancer Diagnosis Network+ (CDN) is a multidisciplinary community with academic, clinical and industry members aiming to collaboratively address clinical challenges in the diagnosis of cancer. This is the fourth in the series of our challenge workshops, that will focus on the theme of ‘Theranostics’.
Overview of schedule and speakers:
9.45 – Registration, Tea/Coffee
10.15 – Welcome
10.20 – Talk 1, ‘Thera(g)nostics – should we treat with knowledge or be led by the nose?’ , Glenn Flux, Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and Institute of Cancer Research
10.55 – Talk 2, ‘Towards traceability in nuclear medicine theranostics’, Ana Denis Baclear, National Physical Laboratory
11.30 – Poster Session (Refreshments available) – Please indicate if you are an ECR and would like to take part in the poster session when registering.
12.10 – Talk 3, ‘Imaging with SPECT and PET – advances in image reconstruction’, Daniel McGowan, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
12.35 – Talk 4, ‘PRISMAP – building a European network for medical radionuclides‘, Sean Collins, National Physical Laboratory
13.10 – Lunch
14.00 – Talk 5, ‘Alternative production of terbium istopes at the University of Birmingham‘, Tzany Wheldon, University of Birmingham
14.35 – Talk 6, ‘Theranostics – a sure cure of cancer after 100 years?‘, Wolfgang Weber, Technical University of Munich
15.10 – Refreshments and table discussions
15.55 – Poster winner announcement and closing statements
16.00 – Workshop end
Please contact Catherine Jackson, STFC Network Manager if you have any queries or would like further information: email@example.com
The event will be in person only, no virtual option will be offered.
This is a free event funded by STFC. Tickets are limited.