MEDAMI 2016 - IV Mediterranean Thematic Workshop in Advanced Molecular Imaging

from Sunday, May 1, 2016 (8:00 AM) to Thursday, May 5, 2016 (10:00 PM)


        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
May 1, 2016
May 2, 2016
May 3, 2016
May 4, 2016
May 5, 2016
AM
8:30 AM
Theranostics (until 10:00 AM) ()
8:30 AM Theranostics: a key component of personalised medicine - O. Ratib, HUGE, Geneva   ()
9:00 AM Prostate cancer (PCa) : A Theragnostic evaluation of radioisotope methods - F. Scopinaro, Sapienza Univ. Roma1 (Sapienza University of Rome)   ()
9:20 AM Radioisotope production and the Arronax Facility - F. Haddad, Subatech & ARRONAX (Subatech and GIP ARRONAx)   ()
9:40 AM Personalised production of medical radioisotopes with laser-accelerated protons - M. Seimetz, I3M Valencia (Instituto de Instrumentación para Imagen Molecular (I3M))   ()
10:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:30 AM
Theranostics (until 11:20 AM) ()
10:30 AM Prostate-Checker: Prostate cancer assessment by multi-parametric MRI studies - D. García-Juan, Quibim SL (Quibim SL)   ()
10:50 AM Imaging the continuous spectrum of therapeutic radionuclides with detectors and pinholes suited for high energy - S. Vandenberghe, Ugent (Ugent)   ()
11:10 AM Nanotechnologies in diagnostic and theranostic applications - Prof. R. Zboril, Olomuk Univ. (Cz) (Regional Centre of Advanced Technologies and Materials, Department of Physical Chemistry, Faculty of Science, PalackýUniversity Olomouc, Tř. 17. listopadu 12, 771 46 Olomouc, Czech Republic)   ()
11:20 AM
Data Mining (until 12:30 PM) ()
11:20 AM Machine Learning: recent developments and future impact on medical science and technology - N. Navab, TU Münich   ()
11:50 AM Big data management - From CERN/LHC to personalised medicine - Alberto Di Meglio (CERN)   ()
12:10 PM Multi-parametric multi-modality imaging for prognostic and predictive modeling in oncology - D. Visvikis, INSERM France   ()
8:30 AM
Overview Molecular Imaging Technologies (until 10:00 AM) ()
8:30 AM Past, Present and Future of Positron Emission Tomography - A. Del Guerra, Dept. of Physics, University of Pisa, Italy (Dept. of Physics, University of Pisa, Italy)   ()
9:00 AM Nuclear and CT imaging: what drives it ? - C. Morel, CNRS, France (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))   ()
9:30 AM Trends in clinical hybrid imaging and impact on precision medicine - C. Levin, Stanford, USA   ()
10:00 AM --- Coffee break ---
10:30 AM
Dedicated & Hybrid imaging (until 12:00 PM) ()
10:30 AM PET/MR as translational tool in cardiology - M. Schwaiger, Nuclear Medicine, TU Münich   ()
11:00 AM Tumor heterogeneity characterization in a dedicated breast PET scanner: a feasibility study based on patient and phantom data - Alexis A. Moscoso, IDIS Santiago de Compostela (IDIS Santiago Compostela)   ()
11:20 AM ClearPEM an example of a collaborative project to develop a dedicated PET for breast imaging - E. Auffray Hillemanns, CERN (CERN)   ()
11:40 AM EndoTOFPET-US: A multi-modal endoscope for Ultrasound and Time-of-Flight PET - M. Pizzichemi, Universita Milano-Bicocca & INFN, (IT) (Universita & INFN, Milano-Bicocca (IT))   ()
8:30 AM
New challenges (in collaboration with ERC Advanced Grant TICAL #338953 and COST Action Fast TD1401) (until 9:50 AM) ()
8:30 AM The EXPLORER Total-Body PET Project - W.W. Moses, LBNL, Berkeley, USA   ()
9:00 AM A Flagship project for Europe? Towards 10ps Time-of-Flight PET for a 10-fold sensitivity increase and equivalent dose reduction - P. Lecoq, CERN (Lecoq)   ()
9:30 AM Fast Advanced Scintillator Timing - COST Action TD1401 - Prof. C. Tsoumpas, University of Leeds (University of Leeds)   ()
9:50 AM --- Coffee break ---
10:20 AM
New challenges (in collaboration with ERC Advanced Grant TICAL #338953 and COST Action Fast TD1401) (until 11:40 AM) ()
10:20 AM Routes towards 10ps in time-of-flight PET - S. Gundacker, CERN   ()
10:40 AM Scintillators: a new way to fast emission - R. Martinez Turtos, Universita Milano-Bicocca & INFN, (IT) (Universita & INFN, Milano-Bicocca (IT))   ()
11:00 AM Fast SiPM readout for PET - D. Sánchez, Univ. Barcelona   ()
11:20 AM A cost-effective, scalable approach to high-resolution, sub-100 ps TOF-PET - D. Schaart, TUDelft   ()
9:00 AM
Round table discussion 2: (until 10:00 AM) ()
10:00 AM --- Coffee break ---
10:30 AM
Round table discussion 2: (until 11:30 AM) ()
11:30 AM
Conclusions (until 12:00 PM) ()
PM
2:00 PM
Precision Medicine – vision, concept, stakeholders and plans for implementation (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:00 PM Welcome and introduction - P. Lecoq, CERN (CERN)   ()
2:15 PM Personalised Medicine in EU - R. Draghia-Akli, EU-DG Research (EU-DG Research)   ()
3:00 PM Precision Medicine and Advanced Imaging - R. Pettigrew, NIBIB-NIH, USA   ()
3:45 PM --- Coffee break ---
4:15 PM
Precision Medicine – vision, concept, stakeholders and plans for implementation (until 5:20 PM) ()
4:15 PM Joining forces for personalised medicine - Innovative Medicines Initiative, a safe harbour for cross-sector collaboration - M. Chlebus, EFPIA Brussels   ()
5:00 PM Medical Applications at CERN - M. Cirilli, CERN   ()
5:20 PM
Imaging for minimizing interventions (until 6:30 PM) ()
5:20 PM Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging for Minimizing Medical and Surgical Interventions - J. Prior, CHUV Lausanne (CHUV University Hospital)   ()
5:50 PM Precision Surgery with a novel radio-guided surgery - G. Traini, Sapienza Univ. Roma   ()
6:10 PM Robotics and Augmented Reality for Patient and Process Specific Imaging and Visualization - N. Navab, TU Münich   ()
12:30 PM --- Lunch break ---
2:00 PM
Industry (until 3:40 PM) ()
2:00 PM On the role of imaging and data analytics in personalized medicine and population health: a view from Philips - Homer H. Pien, Phillips (Philips)   ()
2:30 PM Enabling new trends in molecular imaging - M. Conti, Siemens Healthcare (Siemens Healthcare)   ()
3:00 PM Form High-energy physics to medical applications. - S. Tavernier, PETSys (Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE))   ()
3:20 PM Technology Transfer at CERN - M. Cirilli, CERN   ()
3:40 PM --- Coffee break ---
4:10 PM
Brain (including open MINDVIEW session) (until 6:40 PM) ()
4:10 PM Molecularly targeted therapy and radiogenomic imaging in glioblastoma - B. Wiestler, Dept. of Neuroradiology, TU Munich (Dept. of Neuroradiology, TU Munich, Germany)   ()
4:40 PM The TRIMAGE project: A Trimodality brain scanner for early diagnosis of schizophrenia - A. Del Guerra, Dept. of Physics, University of Pisa (Dept. of Physics, University of Pisa)   ()
5:00 PM SPM-guided PET analysis for the evaluation of non-lesional epilepsy. - J. Silva-Rodríguez, IDIS Santiago de Compostela (Molecular Imaging Group in Health Research Institute (IDIS), Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain)   ()
5:20 PM Final design and initial results of the first MINDView brain PET insert prototype - A. Gonzalez Martinez, I3M Valencia   ()
5:40 PM MINDVIEW open session, ctn'd - J.M. Benlloch, I3M Valencia   ()
12:00 PM --- Lunch break ---
2:00 PM
Hadrontherapy (until 3:20 PM) ()
2:00 PM Compton Telescope for hadron therapy range monitoring: update on characterization results and beam tests. - G. Llosa Llacer, IFIC - Valencia (IFIC - Valencia)   ()
2:20 PM Dose Profiler: development of a device for online beam range monitoring in charged particle therapy treatments - Giacomo G. Traini, Univ.Sapienza, INFN Roma1 (Università La Sapienza, INFN Roma1 (IT))   ()
2:40 PM Feasibility of in-beam time-of-flight SPECT/PET gamma imaging based on Silicon Photomultipliers for high precision hadrontherapy - S. Vinogradov, Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow (Lebedev Physical Institute)   ()
3:00 PM Full-beam PET monitoring in particle therapy with the INSIDE scanner: first measurements - P. Cerello, INFN Torino (INFN Torino (IT))   ()
3:20 PM --- Coffee break ---
3:50 PM
New Technologies (until 5:50 PM) ()
3:50 PM Recent progress in Cherenkov based TOF PET - S. Korpar, Ljubljana Univ.   ()
4:10 PM Low dose small animal 3$\gamma$ imaging with the XEMIS2 liquid xenon Compton telescope - D. Thers, Subatech (Subatech)   ()
4:30 PM Efficient, fast 511-keV γ detection through Cherenkov radiation and ionization: the CaLIPSO detector for PET imaging. - D. Yvon, CEA-Saclay, France (CEA-Saclay)   ()
4:50 PM Quantification of CaLIPSO PET scanner potential for personalized medicine in oncology and neurology - O. Kochebina, CEA-Saclay, France (CEA)   ()
5:10 PM Development of a highly integrated PET readout system scalable to several 10'000 channels. - S. Tavernier, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE) (Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE))   ()
5:30 PM New approaches to boost PET sytem photon sensitivity - C. Levin, Stanford, USA   ()
12:00 PM --- Lunch break ---
2:00 PM
Excursion and dinner (until 10:00 PM) ()