In this Newsletter:


  • News: ESHI and ESMOFIR become ESHI-MT
  • Storyboard: Garran Medical Imaging (Canberra/AUS)
  • Webinar: Concepts for translational Research in Oncological Imaging
  • Renew your mebership 2018!
  • Case: xSPECT/CT of the lumbar spine and pelvis
  • ESHI Course 2017: Video and Gallery


Representatives from ESHI and ESMOFIR are hereby announcing that these two societies will be merging, becoming the

European Society for Hybrid, Molecular and Translational Imaging (ESHIMT)

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ESHI Story #3

Garran Medical Imaging

Canberra, Australia

“We use xSPECT/CT and direct quantification often in combination with either MRI or ultrasound … and are currently developing the use of direct quantification in musculoskeletal and oncology diagnosis. In 2017 we have added Tc-PSMA imaging to our stable. Currently we are the only site in Australia offering this service and our experience to date is very positive.” – Dr Iain Duncan, founder of GMI

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Concepts for translational Research in Oncological Imaging

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Konstantin Nikolaou
Date: January 31, 2018 – 17:00 (CET)

In the era of functional and molecular imaging, delivering information beyond morphology, size and simple metrics, multiparametric and multimodality imaging becomes ever more important….


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Membership 2018

Stay an active member of ESHI and renew your membership in 2018 by entering your personal UserArea.

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Not a member yet? For only 10€ a year, you can become a member of the European Society for Hybrid Medical Imaging!

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Case of the month:

xSPECT/CT of the lumbar spine and pelvis


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ESHI Course 2017:

Hybrid Imaging in Oncology

December 14-15, 2017 | Vienna, Austria

Enjoy some impressions from our last educational course. More than 150 participants from 42 countries gathered in Vienna to learn more about the indications, limitations and comparative merits of each part in hybrid medical imaging in a wide range of oncologic conditions.

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