The young Spanish Molecular Imaging Network cordially invites you to Santiago de Compostela!

WHEN? Thursday 19 January 2023
Start: 9.00h. End: 18.00h with informal extention to a get-together

  • WHERE? Hospital Clínico Universitario
  • Edificio Roberto Novoa Santos – Aulario
  • Rúa Choupana, s/n – Santiago de Compostela

Registration is free of charge, but obligatory and the capacity limited! Registration includes coffee breaks, lunch, access to all presentations and endless networking opportunities.

via google forms here!

Abstract Submission

Present your work in an informal, friendly, and supportive environment. Proceed to submission rules and submit your work!


Keynote Speakers

We are happy and proud to welcome and learn from:

  • Phillip Elsinga, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
  • “Current trends in radiopharmaceutical chemistry”.
  • Ramón Iglesias, IDIS Santiago de Compostela
  • “Role of MRI in neurological studies”.

Who we are and why you should join

WHY? Enjoy a unique environment for young(er) Spanish imaging scientists to engage with peers and leaders in the field. Create, enlarge, and establish a strong community, foster colloborations, disseminate and enjoy the infinite possibilities of molecular imaging.

WHO? The ySMIN Day is organized by Spanish youngESMI Groups and thus, the focus is on young(er) investigators, but participation is in no way limited to young ones. In contrary: we aim to provide an informal platform for collaboration and exchange – also between generations!

WHO WE ARE? We are the young Spanish Molecular Imaging Community – ySMIN: a young, pioneering imaging science community in Spain who promotes the formation of a strong national network of young(-er) imaging scientists. ySMIN is a youngESMI group and embedded into the international envirnomnet of the European Society for Molecular Imaging – ESMI . Thus, all ySMIN activities are organized under the umbrella of the ESMI.

We are particularly offering MSc/PhD students and early career post-docs an easy and informal entry into the broader international imaging community. In this sense, ySMIN pursue to attract already young imaging scientists to the “mother” society – the ESMI.


ySMIN Leadership

Santiago de Compostela
  • Mario González Arjona, Madrid
  • Lara Garcia Varela, Santiago de Compostela
  • Jesus Silva, Santiago de Compostela
  • Ana Joya Villanua, San Sebastián
  • Cristina Simó Costa, San Sebastián
Thanks for your support!