Cancer Imaging Symposium: What’s new? What’s coming?
Location:New Law School LT 024 Camperdown campus
The University of Sydney Cancer Research Network invites you to the Cancer Imaging Symposium to be held on the afternoon of Saturday 1 June, 2019.
Find out about new cancer imaging techniques currently in development and already in trials. The program features Australian and international speakers presenting their latest research in this rapidly evolving, multidisciplinary field.
Afternoon tea provided (with GF options).
Dr Eleftheria Panagiotaki, Centre for Medical Image Computing, University College London
Non-invasive MRI biomarkers for oncology
Professor Aytekin Oto, Department of Radiology, University of Chicago
Hybrid multidimensional prostate MRI
Professor Paul Keall, ACRF Image X InstituteCancer Imaging and Targeted Radiation Therapy
Associate Professor Louise Emmett, Theranostics and Nuclear Medicine, St Vincent’s Hospital
Mr Thomas Elliot, QIMR Berghoffer
Exploratory cost-effectiveness analysis of PET-MRI with gallium-68 in patients with biochemical recurrence of prostate cancer
Dr James Thompson, St George Hospital - Combidex MRI for nodes
Professor Patrick Brennan, University of Sydney
X-ray phase contrast imaging of breast tissue
Dr Liz Dylke, University of Sydney
Imaging for cancer related lymphoedema
Professor Annette Haworth, Institute of Medical Physics, University of Sydney
Development of imaging biomarkers for prostate radiotherapy
Dr Yaser Gholami, University of Sydney
A Novel Immuno-Radio Nanoplatform for Simultaneous PET/MRI and Targeted Radionuclide Therapy
Dr Jia Hao Yeo, University of Sydney
Fluorescent sensors for metal ions and redox state in biology
Registrations will open at the end of April. Registrations are free, but essential for catering purposes.
For queries about the symposium contact Susie Redfern [email protected]