Next edition on 17 April 2024!

Focus on young Imaging Science

by youngESMI Groups©

Every third Wednesday per month, one yESMI group organizes a 45 minutes webinar named “yESMInar – Focus on young Imaging Science” highlighting the work of an early career imaging scientist. The subsequent discussion is led by a renowned senior expert.

Next Edition | 17 April 2024

Terbium Radioisotopes | EDITION #28
Date:

17 April 2024, 15.00h-15.45h CET

Title:

Production and separation means of medically interesting Terbium-149,152,155,161 Radioisotopes

Speaker:

Anzhelika Moiseeva, Villigen

Dicussion Lead:

Nick Devoogdt, Brussels

Chairs:

Lennard Wendlinger, Lausanne & Lennart Bohrmann, Basel (Swiss young ESMI Group)

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About the Speaker

Anzhelika obtained her PhD at the Kurchatov Institute in Russia, and is now working as a postdoctoral fellow at the Paul Scherrer Institut in Villigen, Switzerland. Her research focuses on the development of theragnostic radionuclide pairs 43/44/46Sc and 155/161Tb towards “true” theragnostics with an emphasis on their application in SPECT and PET imaging.

Registration is free of charge, but obligatory. Webinars are held via Zoom and open to all (members and non-members). All yESMInars are recorded. Missed a live webinar? Find all recordings here.

What is a yESMInar?

It is a series of short webinars, each organized and chaired by one youngESMI Group

When?

Every third Wednesday per month.

How long?

45 minutes

Who? 

The main speaker is an early career imaging scientists selected and invited by the organizing youngESMI Group. The subsequent discussion round is led by a senior expert/PI.

Why? 

Promote the work of young imaging scientists. Provide an informal platform for extending the professional network of young imaging scientists.

How can I participate?

You can join each yESMInar of your choice. You just have to register. Registration is free of charge but obligatory! Webinars are recorded and held via Zoom.