Enjoy Recordings of edition #1-3!
The seminar series focuses on 4 areas
Each seminar covers two of the four areas.
introduce novel techniques and experimental concepts to combine nanomedicine and multiscale imaging for therapeutic and diagnostic approaches.
update on clinical applications of IGDD and discussion on improving the transfer of preclinical results into the clinic.
introduce products/solutions of small and large companies that support finding the right (imaging) solution. Moreover, many (inter)national grant opportunities demand for public-private partnerships: seminars shall provide you with further insights into industrial innovations/solutions and support interaction.
- HOT PAPER
discussion on recent publication in the IGDD field.
This edition covered the areas CLINIC & HOT PAPER.
Date: 2 Dec. 2022
Speakers & Talks | edition #3
Willemien Menke-van der Houven van Oordt @UMC Amsterdam
PET in the clinic. What can we learn about drug delivery in the patient?
Willemien Menke-van der Houven van Oordt is a medical oncologist at Amsterdam University Medical Center. Her ultimate goal as an oncologist is to have effective cancer treatment for every individual patient. Her research efforts concentrate on PET imaging as part of early drug development and for patient selection as well as treatment evaluation. In the clinic she treats patients with breast cancer, endocrine tumors and patients who want to participate in phase I trials.
Alexandre Detappe @Strasbourg Cancer Institute (ICANS)
Molecular Bottlebrush Prodrugs as Next-Generation Mono and Triplex Combination Therapies for Multiple Myeloma
After a PhD in nanoscience at the University of Lyon and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Harvard Medical School and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where Alexandre developed a pipeline of novel nanomaterials applied to Multiple Myeloma, he joined the Strasbourg Cancer Institute in 2019 as Professor in Medicine and group leader of the Nanotranslational laboratory. Alexandre’s laboratory is currently working on the development of novel nano-immunotherapeutic approaches in Multiple Myeloma.
- This seminar covered the areas CLINIC & HOT PAPER.
- Date: 24 June 2022
Speakers & Talks | edition #2
Eugene Koay @ MD Anderson Cancer Center
Combining quantitative imaging and mechanistic mathematical models to predict outcomes to cytotoxic and immune-oncology therapies
Eugene Koay is a physician scientist at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, who specializes in radiation therapy for patients with hepatobiliary and pancreatic cancers, and develops applications of the physical sciences to cancer for the purposes of early detection, biomarker development, and therapeutic management.
Francis Combes @ SINTEF (one of Europe’s largest independent research organisations)
Regulatory guidelines and imaging of RNA therapeutics for preclinical biodistribution
Francis Combes obtained a master’s degree in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Ghent and received a PhD from the lab of Gene Therapy at the same university. After 2 years of postdoctoral research, he is now a research scientist at SINTEF in Norway). His work focuses on finding novel means of achieving cell-selective delivery and activation of mRNA therapeutics.
- This seminar covered the areas TECHNIQUE & INDUSTRY.
- Date: 24 Jan. 2022
Speakers & Talks | edition #1
Jonathan T.C. Liu @ University of Washington, Seattle
Non-destructive 3D Pathology with open-top Light-Sheet Microscopy
Jonathan T.C. Liu is a professor of mechanical engineering, bioengineering, and laboratory medicine & pathology at the University of Washington, where his molecular biophotonics laboratory develops high-resolution optical imaging and computational analysis strategies primarily for surgical guidance and clinical decision support.
Gregory Hamm @ Cambridge/AstraZeneca
What Imaging can do: How Mass Spec Imaging is Putting Molecular Data into Tissue Context for Quicker, Better and more Reliable Pharmaceutical Research & Development
Gregory Hamm is a Director at AstraZeneca from the Imaging & Data Analytics team in Clinical & Pharmaceutical Safety Sciences. he’s supporting AstraZeneca portfolio using a range of advanced imaging technology including MSI, Imaging Mass Cytometry (IMC) and digital pathology.
Study Group Chairs
Roel Deckers, Utrecht
Alexandros M. Sofias, Aachen
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