FREE - ACPSEM Nuclear Medicine Specialty Group Webinar:
Total Body PET, presented by Professor Steven Meikle
Wednesday 23rd September, 2.00 -3.00 pm
The ACPSEM Nuclear Medicine Specialty Group has organised a free one hour webinar for all members of the College. This webinar will be chaired by Nicholas Forwood, Nuc Med Specialty Group Chair.
Participants will gain an understanding of the science behind the total body PET. They will learn about the clinical benefits of total body PET and the work going on to establish clinical total body PET in Australia.
Steven Meikle is Professor of Medical Imaging Physics and Head of the Imaging Physics Laboratory at the Brain and Mind Research Institute, University of Sydney. He is also Director of the USyd-ANSTO Node of the NCRIS-funded National Imaging Facility. Professor Meikle's research aims to develop advanced imaging methods that are quantitatively accurate and reproducible and that help elucidate the molecular mechanisms regulating brain function in health and disease. The non-invasive imaging techniques he uses in his research are positron emission tomography (PET) and single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) which are based on the radiotracer principle.
Please feel free to invite anyone who would benefit from these webinars. A zoom link will be sent to those who are registered for this webinar. These webinars are interactive and all questions and comments are welcome.
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