May 24 – 26, 2024
Europe/Zurich timezone

VIII. Mediterranean Thematic Workshop in Advanced Molecular Imaging, Livorno, Italy, 24-26 May, 2024

Following the series of previously conducted symposia on dedicated medical imaging instrumentation and applications, we are presently organizing the 8th issue of this event in Livorno, Italy.  

The MEDAMI workshops are unique in that they address a medical imaging topic from the medical, clinical, and instrumentation perspectives. They foster synergistic interactions between cutting-edge applications and the latest technical developments. Stakeholders from academia, medical institutions and organizations, regulatory agencies, and industry have an opportunity to discuss strategic directions of the medical imaging field jointly.

Some of the key topics this year’s forum shall address are:

  • Molecular imaging of Inflammation and Infection in Research and clinical practice − status and Next Frontiers 
  • Advances in multimodality imaging to increase our understanding of the inflammation’s role in healthy and diseased tissue
  • Role of high sensitivity / total-body scanners in infection and inflammation imaging
  • Role of dynamic imaging in separating inflammation from infection and other diseases
  • Technical advances in radiomic analysis for detecting inflammation and infection
  • Relevant tracers for inflammation and infection
  • Can AI/ML/Deep Learning contribute to Molecular Imaging of Inflammation and Infection?
  • Data harmonization and standardization
  • The role of molecular imaging in fast precision therapy of inflammation and infection
  • Role of animal models in the Investigation of inflammatory processes and infectious diseases
  • Is there more need for higher resolution or lower cost scanners for accessibility to a broader global community, including developing countries?

The program of the MEDAMI 2024 will include invited talks by key international opinion leaders and experts. A limited number of abstracts for oral or poster presentations will also be accepted. If you have to report on a topic that you think fits into the program's scope, we will be happy to receive your abstract.