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Edition #1: Jolanda de Vries

Selected publication:

In vivo imaging of nanoparticle-labeled CAR T cells
by L. Kiru, A. Zlitni, A.M. Tousley +9, and H.E. Daldrup-Link.

Jolanda is head of the Department of Tumor Immunology at the Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences. Her main focus of research is on dendritic cell (DC) biology and on translational immunology. She belongs to the pioneers that translated dendritic cell biology into clinical practice. The first clinical phase I/II studies in which cancer patients were vaccinated with DC loaded with tumor-specific peptides date back to 1997. 

Edition #0
& how the idea grow: Bertrand Tavitian

When we recorded an interview with Bertrand on Zoom and watched it afterwards, it became quite obvious that it was… a podcast format! No one wants to sit in front of the screen where there is nothing to see but so much to hear. Thus, enjoy the 6-minutes birth of the ESMI Podcast:

selected publication:

18F-FDG brain PET hypometabolism in patients with long COVID
by E. Guedj et al.

“I go for the unexpected or expected but not done before and then – little by little – you start getting excited (…)”

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ESMI Podcast #1

Bertrand Tavitian is Professor of Radiology and Medical Imaging. He is the Director of the Imaging Research Laboratory at the University of Paris.

Bertrand is one of the founding fathers of the ESMI and its first President. With his dedication for imaging science, his enthusiasm, and admirable curiosity that goes far beyong “his” field of expertise, Bertrand is an inspiration and mentor for so many scientists in the field.