Young Investigator Award | YIA 2024

Out of 112 applications, the three finalists were carefully selected from the excellent abstract submissions based on the review outcome, their video pitch, and extensive discussions. Henriette, Swannie, and Dion presented their work during the dedicated YIA Plenary Lecture.

The YIA 2024 was presented to:

Dion Terwiel from Delft for his work on “Acoustic pH biosensors for ultrasound imaging of cellular acidification”

The further YIA finalists:

Henriette Mandelbaum from Erlangen presented her work on “Ultrasound localization microscopy for super-resolution imaging of human neonatal cerebral microvasculature”

Swannie Pedron from Caen talked about her work on “Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) for in vivo tracking of lung inflammation”

See all YIA abstracts online & video-pitches in your EMIM 2024 App

Poster Awards 2024 | The Winners

Poster Session I
Thematic Walk Winner City
Ultrasound & Optoacoustic Technologies INicolas ZuckerParis
MRI & MPI TechnologiesPascal WodtkeCambridge
PET, SPECT & Hybrid TechnologiesManish DasKrakow
MRI & MPI I| Probes/Reporter GenesDiana CostanzoTorino
Optical, Optoacoustic, Ultrasound I | Probes/Reporter GenesRosa Marquez GarciaGroningen
PET/SPECT, Radionuclide, X-Ray, CT I | Probes/Reporter GenesRichard EdwardsLondon
PET/SPECT, Radionuclide, X-Ray, CT II| Probes/Reporter GenesTimaeus MorganEdinburgh
Data Analysis & AI IAlgernon BloomGlasgow
Image Acquisition & ReconstructionGayathri MalamalAmsterdam
Design & Application of TheranosticsXenia KovalykCologne
Cardiac Imaging IGhina BouaboutStrasbourg
(Micro-) Vascular ImagingElena RamaAachen
Brain (Micro-) Structure, Anatomy & ReceptorsAmelie SoyerOrsay
Brain Metabolism, Function & Perfusion ISara MonteiroLisbon
Neuroimaging Tools in Disease Models IMariana PaisCoimbra
Preclinical Studies in Cancer Therapy & Diagnosis ILaura SchäferAachen
Cancer Biology IKarina BenderskiAachen
New Tools to Image Cancer IChiara PapiTorino
Imaging the Immune SystemJulia Baguña-TorresBarcelona
Metabolism IAnaïs ChoffartTuebingen
Advanced in Vitro Models & Developmental BiologyDoreen Padan Ben-YasharRehovot

Check abstracts of poster session I here & in your EMIM 2024 App

Poster Session II
Thematic WalkWinnerCity
Ultrasound & Optoacoustic Technologies IIIvana FalcoGrenoble
MRS/Hyperpolarization TechnologiesJoel GarbowSaint Louis
X-Ray based TechnologiesMoritz WeigtFreiburg
MRI & MPI II | Probes/Reporter GenesAlessandro AmaoloTorino
Optical, Optoacoustic, Ultrasound II | Probes/Reporter GenesCheng ChengTorino
PET/SPECT, Radionuclide, X-Ray, CT III | Probes/Reporter GenesPerle HermantCaen
Multimodal & Multiplexed Approaches | Probes/Reporter GenesEliane BrechbühlCambridge
Data Analysis & AI IILaura ProvidênciaGroningen
Image-Guided Drug DeliveryJeffrey MomohAachen
Interventional & Surgical ImagingThinzar LwinDuarte
Cardiac Imaging IIEdward WatersLondon
Brain Metabolism, Function & Perfusion IIYan MaTübingen
Neuroimaging Tools in Disease Models IIBruno PradierMünster
Preclinical Studies in Cancer Therapy & Diagnosis IINadine HolzleitnerGarching
Cancer Biology IISilvester BartschVienna
Cancer ImmunologyMartina GiampetragliaTübingen
Cancer ImmunologyGina DunkelTübingen
New Tools to Image Cancer IIIsaline RenardHull
Imaging of InfectionsMohit SaxenaFontenay-aux-Roses
Metabolism IIDitte ChristensenLyngby
Poster Awards | Session II

Check abstracts of poster session I here & in your EMIM 2024 App

Annual Society Awards

ESMI Award 2024

The ESMI Award is presented to an excellent scientist for her/his outstanding long-term contribution to the multidisciplinary research in Imaging Science.

Jolanda de Vries presents the ESMi Award to Elisabeth de Vries

The society’s prestigious award 2024 is presented to ELISABETH DE VRIES, Groningen. Elisabeth gave a wonderful Plenary Lecture at the EMIM on “”.

ESMI PhD Award 2023
ESMI PhD Award 2023 goes to Cristina Simo Costs

The ESMI Award for excellent PhD thesis 2023 was presented to Cristina Simo Costs from St Louis / San Sebastián for her excellent work on “Radiolabelling, monitoring, and preclinical evaluation of urease-powered nanomotors as potential theranostic agents for bladder cancer”.