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Dear Colleagues,

Horia Hulubei National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH) announces the opening of its new Radiopharmaceuticals Research Centre (CCR) and invites you to participate at

TRACE Workshop on Development of New Radiotracers for PET Imaging and Targeted Radiotherapy 03-05 April 2013, Magurele Romania

The workshop will be organized with the support of the IAEA Vienna under Technical Cooperation Program.
Aiming to gathering people from research, medical practice and industry, the workshop will contribute to establish the scientific program of the new research infrastructure recently developed at IFIN-HH, based on state of the art facilities: the cyclotron - variable energy, up to 19 MeV, the beam-line extension, liquid/solid targets, hot cells, synthesizer, analytical and radiochemistry equipment.
This meeting will provide a comprehensive update of innovative radiopharmaceuticals for cancer imaging and therapy and will include invited lectures, oral and poster contributions on the following main topics:
  • New agents for PET imaging in diagnosis and therapy follow-up
  • Theranostics
  • Advances in PET imaging
  • Cyclotron production of medical radioisotopes
  • Cyclotron applications
  • Assessing the Educational, Economical and other aspects of PET Imaging

We would like to invite you to use this exciting opportunity to share the latest results in the field of tumour imaging and targeted radionuclide therapy. Prospective authors are kindly invited to submit abstracts (word, 1/2 - 1 page, including title, authors and affiliations) by email at: radphy@nipne.ro no later than 15th March 2013. All the accepted papers will be published in the Workshop Proceedings.
Abstract submission: Deadline March 15, 2013
Registration: Deadline March 29, 2013

Fees: (Include participation in all sessions, symposium printed material, lunches, coffee breaks, symposium dinner)
Young researchers under 35 years with a selected oral communication: Free
Other attendees: 50 Euro

Organizing Committee