It is now possible to renew your membership for the year 2020. If you are not a member yet, we would be happy to welcome you to the society. Application is quick and easy, plus the fee is only 10€ or FREE!!
In the name of ESHIᴹᵀ, I wish you all an enjoyable and relaxing holiday season and all the best for a successful 2020.
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We received so many interesting questions during the live broadcast of CHILI that our faculty did not manage to answer all of them during the dedicated discussions. This is why our expert faculty took the time to go through all of the questions from the chat and answer the most relevant/most frequent ones.
CHILI: Statistics, behind the scenes and a survey
Case: Neurolymphomatosis detected by 18F-FDG PET/CT
Webinar: PET/CT in infection and inflammation – Nov 20
Site Visit Video: PETSCAN ViennaPaper: Validated imaging biomarkers as decision-making tools
Webinar: Perfusion imaging: An update on clinical applications and relevance – Nov 27
News: Quality control tests for PET/MRI vary widely in Europe
Quality control tests for PET/MRI vary widely in Europe By Wayne Forrest, AuntMinnieEurope.com staff writer A survey of eight large European imaging facilities with extensive clinical experience of PET/MRI has found wide variations in daily quality control and...
A paper on validated imaging biomarkers as decision-making tools in clinical trials and routine practice was published with the involvement of the ESHI research committee in Insights into Imaging.
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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.