Theme: Fusion of Emerging Technologies: Nuclear Medicine & Radiation Therapy

Nuclear Medicine 2016
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Nuclear Medicine 2016

Conferenceseries LLC is overwhelmed to welcome all the interested participants to its International Conference on Nuclear Medicine & Radiation Therapy during July 14-15, 2016 at Cologne, GermanyNuclear Medicine Conference will be organized around the theme “Fusion of Emerging Technologies: Nuclear Medicine & Radiation Therapy”. Conference Series LLC, the host of this conference is comprised of 3000+ Global Events with over 600+ Conferences, 1200+ Symposiums and 1200+Workshops on diverse Medical, Pharmaceutical, Clinical, Engineering, Science, Technology, Business and Management field is organizing conferences all over the globe.

Conferenceseries LLC  hosts numerous Cancer Conferences, like breast cancer conferences, skin cancer conferences. These Cancer meetings provides platform for  knowledge transfer through debates, round table discussions, poster presentations, workshops, symposia and exhibitions by speakers from eminent societies like American Oncology Society , European Oncology Nursing Society, Society of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging which helps get possibilities for treating the diseases with new technology and research.

Nuclear Medicine 2016 is an event that brings together active researchers, intellectuals, academicians, students, contributors and industrialists to exchange ideas, communicate and discuss research findings on new advancements in Radiology and Imaging techniques. This Nuclear Medicine meeting is a two day multidisciplinary event covering all aspects of diagnostic imaging and oncology, including clinical service delivery, management, informatics and research.

Radiation Therapy Conferences  provides the scope to learn progress done by international scientists and academicians. Radiotherapy is the treatment of cancer by using radiations such as x-rays, gamma rays, protons or electron beams. It is done to damage or kill the cancer cells for further growing and multiplying. It is a localised treatment, which affects the part of the body to which radiation is done. Along with cancer cells, it can also damage some normal cells, but they have the capacity to repair themselves. During this process there may be some temporary side effects. Nowadays, various radiation therapy courses are being introduced in universities to improve knowledge of medical scholars for treatment of cancer and other diseases.

Nuclear Medicine

Physicians use radionuclide imaging procedures to visualize the structure and function of an organ, tissue, bone or system within the body. Nuclear imaging has two roles: diagnostic and prognostic, indicating that these methods are an essential component in the evaluation of diseases. Newer methods rely on positron emission tomography, allows the generation of images with higher resolution and absolute quantitation of biological processes such as transport activities, enzyme activities or angiotensin receptors. This track will focus on diseases like Non-cancerous diseases, Various Cancers, Congenital diseases, Autoimmune Diseases, Heart diseases, Brain disorders, Kidney diseases and Thyroid disorders

Related Nuclear Medicine Conferences Radiation Therapy Conferences | Nuclear Medicine Meetings :

Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; Imaging in Israel, June 05-08, 2017, USA; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; American Society for Radiation Oncology Annual Meeting, September 25-28, 2016, Boston, USA; UK Radiation Oncology Conference, June 06-07, 2016, UK;  58th Annual Meeting of American Society of Therapeutic Radiology & Oncology, September 25-28, 2016, USA;  2nd World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer, September 08-11, 2016, Barcelona, Spain; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; UICC World Cancer Congress, October 31- November 03, 2016, France; 17th World Conference on Lung Cancer, December 04-07, 2016, Austria; ASRT Radiation Therapy Conference, September 25-27, 2016, USA.

Clinical Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine imaging procedures are non-invasive and, with the exception of intravenous injections, are usually painless medical tests that help physicians diagnose and evaluate medical conditions. These imaging scans use radioactive materials called radiopharmaceuticals or radiotracers. Depending on the type of nuclear medicine exam, the radiotracer is either injected into the body, swallowed or inhaled as a gas and eventually accumulates in the organ or area of the body being examined. Radioactive emissions from the radiotracer are detected by a special camera or imaging device that produces pictures and provides molecular information.This track will focus on topics like sonography, functional imaging, optical imaging, multi modal imaging, and image -guided therapy.

Related Nuclear Medicine Conferences Radiation Therapy Conferences | Nuclear Medicine Meetings :

Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; Imaging in Israel, June 05-08, 2017, USA; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; American Society for Radiation Oncology Annual Meeting, September 25-28, 2016, Boston, USA; UK Radiation Oncology Conference, June 06-07, 2016, UK;  58th Annual Meeting of American Society of Therapeutic Radiology & Oncology, September 25-28, 2016, USA;  2nd World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer, September 08-11, 2016, Barcelona, Spain; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; UICC World Cancer Congress, October 31- November 03, 2016, France; 17th World Conference on Lung Cancer, December 04-07, 2016, Austria; ASRT Radiation Therapy Conference, September 25-27, 2016, USA.

Radiation Therapy

Radiation therapy uses high-energy radiation to shrink tumors and kill cancer cells. X-rays, gamma rays, and charged particles are types of radiation used for cancer treatment. About half of all cancer patients receive some type of radiation therapy sometime during the course of their treatment. Radiation can come from a machine outside the body (external-beam radiation therapy) or from radioactive material placed in the body near cancer cells (internal radiation therapy, more commonly called brachytherapy). Systemic radiation therapy uses a radioactive substance, given by mouth or into a vein that travels in the blood to tissues throughout the body. The type of radiation therapy prescribed by a radiation oncologist depends on many factors, including: the type of cancer, size of the cancer, cancer’s location in the body, how close the cancer is to normal tissues that are sensitive to radiation, how far into the body the radiation needs to travel, the patient’s general health and medical history, whether the patient will have other types of cancer treatment, other factors, such as the patient’s age and other medical conditions. Topics of discussion in this session are Volumetric modulated arc therapy, 3-dimensional conformal radiation therapy, intensity-modulated radiation therapy, Particle therapy, Auger therapy, Brachytherapy, Intraoperative radiotherapy, Radioisotope therapy, Image-guided radiotherapy (IGRT), Tomotherapy,Stereotactic radiation and Radiosurgery (SBRT, Gamma Knife, and Cyber knife) and Proton therapy.

Related Nuclear Medicine Conferences Radiation Therapy Conferences | Nuclear Medicine Meetings :

Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; International Summit on Biomarkers and Therapeutic Advances in Radiation Oncology,  June 20-23 2016 , Canada;  Baltic Congress of Radiology 2016, October 06-08, 2016, Latvia; IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging 2016, October 29- November 06, 2016’ France; IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging 2017, October 21-28, 2016, USA; World Nuclear Exhibition 2016, June 28-30, 2016, France. British Society of Nuclear Medicine Annual Meeting, September 07, 2016, Bath; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; American Society for Radiation Oncology Annual Meeting, September 25-28, 2016, Boston, USA.

Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic imging is the process of creating images of the body, its organs, and other internal structures with external radiation. Diagnostic radiology techniques include the use of X-ray tubes that emit radiation, radionuclides, ultrasonography devices, and radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation. Diagnostic radiology techniques are generally non-invasive, meaning the body is not entered with any equipment or cut open for imaging. However, certain procedures do combine diagnostic radiology techniques with minimally invasive procedures to diagnose and treat a condition. In addition, diagnostic radiology is often used to assist during minimally invasive surgery. Different diagnostic scans and procedures are also performed in nuclear medicine. Nuclear medicine utilizes small amounts of radioactive agents, such as thallium or technetium, to examine various organs and their structures. These scans are used to diagnose, manage, and treat medical disorders and diseases. Different types of radiology techniques such as Coronary CT Angiography, Abdomen and Pelvic MRI, Molecular Imaging, Hybrid Imaging, PET/CT, SPECT/CT, Mammography and MRI in Cancer Diagnosis, Ultrasound, Magnetic resonance angiography (MRA), will be discussed in this session.

Related Nuclear Medicine Conferences Radiation Therapy Conferences | Nuclear Medicine Meetings :

Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; 4th International Conference on Bio-imaging, February 21-23, 2017, Portugal;  International Conference on Imaging, January 08-10, 2017, USA;  IS&T International Symposium on Electronic Imaging, January 29- February 02, 2017, USA; IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging 2016, October 29- November 06, 2016’ France; IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging 2017, October 21-28, 2016, USA; Imaging in Hawaii, March 21-24, 2017, USA;  16th Annual Meeting of International Cancer Imaging Society, October 03- 05, 2016, UK; 58th Annual Meeting of American Society of Therapeutic Radiology & Oncology, September 25-28, 2016, USA;  World Molecular Imaging Society Annual Meeting, September 07-10, New York; 

 

Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine

Therapy using unsealed radioactive sources includes treatment of the thyroid (hyperthyroidism and thyroid cancer) using radioactive iodine, pain palliation of bone metastasis using radioactive bone seeking agents and others. Much research is under way to develop new radiopharmaceuticals in order to treat different tumors. This page gives information about basic safety considerations for both general and specific therapy. Highlights of this session include adjuvant radiation therapies; combine Radiation Therapies, External beam radiation therapies, targeted Radionuclide Therapy and interventional nuclear medicine.

Related Nuclear Medicine Conferences Radiation Therapy Conferences | Nuclear Medicine Meetings :

Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; International Society of Chemotherapy for Infection and Cancer Annual Meeting, November 24-27, 2017, Taipei;  British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy Annual MeetingJune 21-22, 2016, UK; 58th Annual Meeting of American Society of Therapeutic Radiology & Oncology, September 25-28, 2016, USA; Sydney Cancer Conference, September 22-23, 2016, Australia; 7th Asia Pacific Lung Cancer Conference, May 13-16, 2016, USA; ESGO Gynaecology Oncology Conference, September 08-11, 2016, Turkey; 34th Annual Chemotherapy Foundation Symposium: Innovative Cancer Therapy for Tomorrow, November 9-11, 2016, New York;  Commissioning Chemotherapy ConferenceNovember 29, 2016,UK.

Interventional Radiology

The Section of Invasive and Interventional Cardiology offers cutting-edge diagnostic tests and nonsurgical interventional treatments for patients with atherosclerosis and congenital heart disease. These therapies include the use of stents, angioplasty, intravascular ultrasound, embolic-protection devices and enhanced external counter pulsation (EECP). The main advantages of using the interventional cardiology or radiology approach are the avoidance of the scars and pain, and long post-operative recovery. Topics of discussion in this session are  Adipose-derived regenerative cell therapy, Cardio-pulmonary disorders pulmonary hypertension, Thoracic surgery, heart failure and transplant, Diabetes and heart conditions, Hepatocellular carcinoma, Advances in Cardiac CT and Interventional procedures.

Related Nuclear Medicine Conferences Radiation Therapy Conferences | Nuclear Medicine Meetings :

Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; International Summit on Biomarkers and Therapeutic Advances in Radiation Oncology,  June 20-23 2016 , Canada;  Baltic Congress of Radiology 2016, October 06-08, 2016, Latvia; IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging 2016, October 29- November 06, 2016’ France; IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging 2017, October 21-28, 2016, USA; World Nuclear Exhibition 2016, June 28-30, 2016, France. British Society of Nuclear Medicine Annual Meeting, September 07, 2016, Bath; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; American Society for Radiation Oncology Annual Meeting, September 25-28, 2016, Boston, USA.

 

Gender-Biased Nuclear Medicine

Radioiodine therapy is essentially contra-indicated in patients who are known to be pregnant. Radioiodine easily crosses the placenta and the foetal thyroid begins to accumulate iodine at about 10 weeks of gestational age. If radioiodine treatment of thyroid carcinoma is to be performed, it should be delayed until after delivery. If this is done, the physician should also be aware that radioiodine is excreted in breast milk and breast-feeding should be stopped completely after a therapeutic dose. If this is not done the infant may become permanently hypothyroid or be at high risk for subsequent thyroid cancer. This session will discuss about the health concern of women exposed to radiation therapy, especially during the months of pregnancy, topics of discussion will include Gender Biases in Diseases, Pregnancy and Harmful effects of Radiation, Women with Ischemic Heart Disease, Osteoporosis, Gynaecologic and Breast Oncologic Imaging, Radiation dose concerns for pregnant and lactating patients.

Related Nuclear Medicine Conferences Radiation Therapy Conferences | Nuclear Medicine Meetings :

Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; International Society of Chemotherapy for Infection and Cancer Annual Meeting, November 24-27, 2017, Taipei;  British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy Annual MeetingJune 21-22, 2016, UK; 58th Annual Meeting of American Society of Therapeutic Radiology & Oncology, September 25-28, 2016, USA; Sydney Cancer Conference, September 22-23, 2016, Australia; 7th Asia Pacific Lung Cancer Conference, May 13-16, 2016, USA; ESGO Gynaecology Oncology Conference, September 08-11, 2016, Turkey; 34th Annual Chemotherapy Foundation Symposium: Innovative Cancer Therapy for Tomorrow, November 9-11, 2016, New York;  Commissioning Chemotherapy ConferenceNovember 29, 2016,UK.

Advances in Cancer Detection and Imaging

Imaging has become essential in all aspects of cancer care, from disease detection and characterization, to treatment response assessment and post treatment surveillance. Recent progress in imaging technology has presented new opportunities for improving clinical care. Interventional radiology, employing minimally invasive, image-guided techniques, is assuming an increasingly large role in treating cancer and its complications. This scientific session will focus on various imaging technique and it impact on disease diagnosis such as Fluorescence Imaging Techniques, Digital Mammography & Computer-Aided Detection System, Electrical Impedance Scanning, Nanotechnology based Detection and Tumour Microarrays.

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Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; 4th International Conference on Bio-imaging, February 21-23, 2017, Portugal;  International Conference on Imaging, January 08-10, 2017, USA;  IS&T International Symposium on Electronic Imaging, January 29- February 02, 2017, USA; IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging 2016, October 29- November 06, 2016’ France; IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging 2017, October 21-28, 2016, USA; Imaging in Hawaii, March 21-24, 2017, USA;  16th Annual Meeting of International Cancer Imaging Society, October 03- 05, 2016, UK; 58th Annual Meeting of American Society of Therapeutic Radiology & Oncology, September 25-28, 2016, USA;  World Molecular Imaging Society Annual Meeting, September 07-10, New York; 

Radiation Oncology & Cancer

Radiation oncology is a medical specialty that involves treating cancer with radiation. Doctors who specialize in treating cancer with radiation (radiation oncologists) use radiation therapy to treat a wide variety of cancers. Radiation therapy uses carefully targeted and regulated doses of high-energy radiation to kill cancer cells. Radiation causes some cancer cells to die immediately after treatment, but most die because the radiation damages the chromosomes and DNA so that the cells can no longer divide and the tumour can't grow. This scientific session comprises of  different types of cancers and the treatment involving  radiation therapy such as Head and Neck cancers,  Lung cancers, Gastrointestinal cancers, Gynaecologic and breast cancers, Hematologic cancers, Hyperthyroidism and Thyroid cancer, Skin Cancer, Cervical cancer, Anal cancer and Prostate cancer.

Related Nuclear Medicine Conferences Radiation Therapy Conferences | Nuclear Medicine Meetings :

Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; American Society for Radiation Oncology Annual Meeting, September 25-28, 2016, Boston, USA; UK Radiation Oncology Conference, June 06-07, 2016, UK;  58th Annual Meeting of American Society of Therapeutic Radiology & Oncology, September 25-28, 2016, USA;  2nd World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer, September 08-11, 2016, Barcelona, Spain; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; UICC World Cancer Congress, October 31- November 03, 2016, France; 17th World Conference on Lung Cancer, December 04-07, 2016, Austria; ASRT Radiation Therapy Conference, September 25-27, 2016, USA.

Side Effects Of Nuclear Medicine

The dose of x-rays or radioactive materials used in nuclear medicine imaging can vary widely. Dose depends on the type of procedure and body part being examined. In general, the dose of radiopharmaceutical given is small and people are exposed to low levels of radiation during the test. The potential health risks from radiation exposure are low compared with the potential benefits. There are no known long-term adverse effects from such low-dose exposure. Some potential side effects that might occur include: Bleeding, soreness or swelling may develop at the injection site and allergic reactions to the radiopharmaceutical may occur, but are extremely rare. This session will discuss about the Radiation Therapy Side effects, Effects on reproduction, Effects on pituitary system, Radiation therapy accidents, Acute side effects, Cumulative side effects and Late side effects of radiation therapy.

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Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; American Society for Radiation Oncology Annual Meeting, September 25-28, 2016, Boston, USA; UK Radiation Oncology Conference, June 06-07, 2016, UK;  58th Annual Meeting of American Society of Therapeutic Radiology & Oncology, September 25-28, 2016, USA;  2nd World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer, September 08-11, 2016, Barcelona, Spain; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; UICC World Cancer Congress, October 31- November 03, 2016, France; 17th World Conference on Lung Cancer, December 04-07, 2016, Austria; ASRT Radiation Therapy Conference, September 25-27, 2016, USA.

Patient safety and Practice Management

Patient safety is of the utmost concern to radiation oncologists and safety considerations are woven into all aspects of clinical practice. The field of radiation oncology is complex and rapidly evolving, and the safe delivery of radiation therapy requires the coordinated efforts. For every cancer patient, the goal is to treat the disease in the safest and most effective way possible. Patient safety and quality care are inseparable. Comprehensive evaluation prior to therapy, on-going evaluation during therapy and Post treatment evaluation and assessment of side effects. This track will focus on topics like Radiation Dose, Case Reports and Studies, Nuclear Medicine and Children and Role of PET/CT in cancer management.

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 Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; Imaging in Israel, June 05-08, 2017, USA; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; American Society for Radiation Oncology Annual Meeting, September 25-28, 2016, Boston, USA; UK Radiation Oncology Conference, June 06-07, 2016, UK;  58th Annual Meeting of American Society of Therapeutic Radiology & Oncology, September 25-28, 2016, USA;  2nd World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer, September 08-11, 2016, Barcelona, Spain; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; UICC World Cancer Congress, October 31- November 03, 2016, France; 17th World Conference on Lung Cancer, December 04-07, 2016, Austria; ASRT Radiation Therapy Conference, September 25-27, 2016, USA.

Case Reports

In medicine, a case report is a detailed report of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of an individual patient. Case reports may contain a demographic profile of the patient, but usually describe an unusual or novel occurrence. Topics of this session are Hematologic case reports, osteoporosis case reports, cancer case reports and autoimmune diseases case reports.

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Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; International Society of Chemotherapy for Infection and Cancer Annual Meeting, November 24-27, 2017, Taipei;  British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy Annual Meeting June 21-22, 2016, UK; 58th Annual Meeting of American Society of Therapeutic Radiology & Oncology, September 25-28, 2016, USA; Sydney Cancer Conference, September 22-23, 2016, Australia; 7th Asia Pacific Lung Cancer Conference, May 13-16, 2016, USA; ESGO Gynaecology Oncology Conference, September 08-11, 2016, Turkey; 34th Annual Chemotherapy Foundation Symposium: Innovative Cancer Therapy for Tomorrow, November 9-11, 2016, New York;  Commissioning Chemotherapy ConferenceNovember 29, 2016,UK.

 Advanced Nuclear Medicine Equipment

Nuclear medicine uses special type of imaging devices which are gamma camera and single-photon emission-computed tomography (SPECT). The gamma camera, also called a scintillation camera, detects radioactive energy that is emitted from the patient's body and converts it into an image. The gamma camera does not emit any radiation. The gamma camera is composed of radiation detectors, called gamma camera heads. SPECT involves the rotation of the gamma camera heads around the patient's body to produce more detailed, three-dimensional images, while the PET scanner is a large machine with a round, doughnut shaped hole in the middle, similar to a CT or MRI unit. This session will include discussion on topics like gamma camera, PET scanner

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Nuclear Medicine Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany; Radiation Therapy Conference, July14-15, 2016, Cologne, Germany ;5th Radiology Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; 5th Imaging Conference, September 19-20, 2016,Las Vegas, USA; Medical Imaging Conference, October 20-21, 2016, Chicago, USA; Radiation Oncology Conference, November 21-22, 2016, Dubai, UAE; Medical Devices Conference, March 27-29, 2017, Orlando, USA; Imaging in Israel, June 05-08, 2017, USA; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; American Society for Radiation Oncology Annual Meeting, September 25-28, 2016, Boston, USA; UK Radiation Oncology Conference, June 06-07, 2016, UK;  58th Annual Meeting of American Society of Therapeutic Radiology & Oncology, September 25-28, 2016, USA;  2nd World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer, September 08-11, 2016, Barcelona, Spain; 29th Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine, Oct 15-19, 2016, Spain; UICC World Cancer Congress, October 31- November 03, 2016, France; 17th World Conference on Lung Cancer, December 04-07, 2016, Austria; ASRT Radiation Therapy Conference, September 25-27, 2016, USA.

 

Conferenceseries LLC is overwhelmed to welcome all the interested participants to its International Conference on Nuclear Medicine & Radiation Therapy during July 14-15, 2016 at Cologne, Germany. The conference will be organized around the theme “Fusion of Emerging Technologies: Nuclear Medicine & Radiation Therapy”. Nuclear Medicine 2016 is an event which is an part of conference series hosted by OMICS Interantional that brings together active researchers, intellectuals, academicians, students, contributors and industrialists to exchange ideas, communicate and discuss research findings on new advancements in Radiology and Imaging techniques.  This event focuses on cutting edge practical radiological technology that is used in every day practice. This is a two day multidisciplinary Congress covering all aspects of diagnostic imaging and oncology, including clinical service delivery, management, informatics and research.

Nuclear Medicine & Radiation Therapy is an emerging field medicine; it has immense contribution towards diagnostic and therapeutic of diseases. Nuclear medicine is a branch of medical imaging that uses small amounts of radioactive material to diagnose and determine the severity of or treat a variety of diseases, including many types of cancers, heart disease, gastrointestinal, endocrine, neurological disorders and other abnormalities within the body. Radiation therapy or radiotherapy is therapy using ionizing radiation, generally as part of cancer treatment to control or kill malignant cells. Radiation therapy may be curative in a number of types of cancer if they are localized to one area of the body.

Radiation Therapy Conferences  provides the scope to learn progress done by international scientists and academicians. Radiotherapy is the treatment of cancer by using radiations such as x-rays, gamma rays, protons or electron beams. It is done to damage or kill the cancer cells for further growing and multiplying. It is a localised treatment, which affects the part of the body to which radiation is done. Along with cancer cells, it can also damage some normal cells, but they have the capacity to repair themselves. During this process there may be some temporary side effects. Nowadays, varoius radiation therapy courses are being introduced in universities to improve knowledge of medical scholars for treatment of cancer and other diseases.

 OMICS International along with its subsidiary Conference Series LLC  which is comprised of 3000+ Global Events with over 600+ Conferences, 1200+ Symposiums and 1200+Workshops on diverse Medical, Pharmaceutical, Clinical, Engineering, Science, Technology, Business and Management field is organizing conferences all over the globe. OMICS International hosts numerous Cancer Conferences, Cancer meeting, Global cancer conferenceEuropean Oncology ConferencesSurgical oncology like skin cancer conference, breast cancer conference, liver cancer conference, lung cancer meetings, and Oncology Conferences where knowledge transfer takes place through debates, round table discussions, poster presentations, workshops, symposia and exhibitions by speakers from eminent societies like American Oncology Society  and which helps get possibilities for treating the diseases with new era, technology and research.

The history of nuclear medicine over the past 50 years reflects the strong link between government investments in science and technology and advances in health care in the United States and worldwide. Nearly 20 million nuclear medicine procedures using radiopharmaceuticals and imaging instruments are carried out annually in the United States alone. In 2014 an estimated 11.7 million patients received nuclear medicine scans on over 14,000 SPECT or SPECT/CT scanners in the U.S. This represents an average annual decline of 9.6% in procedures per year since 2012 when 14.5 million patient studies were performed. The global cancer diagnostics market is expected to reach $13.1 Billion in 2020 from an estimated $7.1 Billion in 2015, growing at a CAGR of 12.9%.

Cologne is Germany's fourth-largest city, and is the largest city both in the German Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia and within the Rhine-Ruhr Metropolitan Area. Nuclear Medicine-2016 will be an excellent opportunity to experience the history, culture and landmarks of Cologne besides exploring the ongoing research works in the field of Nuclear Medicine and Radiation therapy.

Why to attend?

In today's economic climate your business decisions are as crucial as ever. International Conference on Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Therapy allow you to maximize your time and marketing dollars while receiving immediate feedback on your new products and services. International Conference on Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Therapy is organizing an outstanding Scientific Exhibition/Program and anticipates the world's leading specialists involved in Nuclear Medicine and Radiology .Your organization will benefit with excellent exposure to the leaders in Nuclear Medicine Radiation Therapy. Nuclear Medicine 2016 is an exciting opportunity to showcase the new technology, the new products of your company, and/or the service your industry may offer to a broad international audience.

Target Audience

Radiologists

Oncologists

Researchers

Students

Industrial delegates from Academia and Research 

Industrial professionals from biomedical companies and healthcare sectors

 

       

 

 

Summary

Nuclear medicine is a branch of medical imaging that uses small amounts of radioactive material to diagnose and determine the severity of or treat a variety of diseases, including many types of cancers, heart disease, gastrointestinal, endocrine, neurological disorders and other abnormalities within the body. Because nuclear medicine procedures are able to pinpoint molecular activity within the body, they offer the potential to identify disease in its earliest stages as well as a patient’s immediate response to therapeutic interventions. This conference will witness the fusion of advanced technology in the field of medical imaging.

The Nuclear Medicine 2016 Conference organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. We invite you to join us at the Nuclear Medicine 2016, where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world. All members of the Nuclear Medicine 2016 organizing committee look forward to meet you in Cologne, Germany.

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Importance and Scope

Nuclear Medicine 2016 will be the best platform for all the radiologists, oncologists, research scholars, students who are working in this field to exchange their knowledge related to nuclear medicine and radiation therapy. This international event is an effort to find a alternative for invasive imaging technique against diseases like cancer, heart diseases, respiratory disorders, thyroid, neuroblastoma.Radiation Therapy 2016 Conference is going to be the best platform for all the researchers and scholars who are working in the field of cancer treatment.

Conferenceseries LLC welcomes all the radiologists, oncologists, research scholars, industrial professionals and student delegates from biomedical and healthcare sectors to be a part of the esteemed Nuclear Medicine 2016. As this will be the best amalgamation of academia and research involving every aspect of radiotherapy and imaging techniques. It is open to all types of research methodologies both from academia and industry.

 

                             

Figure 1: Opening of Nuclear medicine technologies

 

 

Figure 2: Regional scope of Nuclear Medicine

 

Why Cologne?

Nuclear Medicine 2016 is going to held in Cologne, Germany’s fourth-largest city and one of the major European metropolitan areas with more than ten million inhabitants. It is located on both sides of the Rhine River. Cologne is subdivided into 9 districts and 85 city parts and is one of the warmest cities in Germany. Cologne has a distinguished and high-calibre research and academic community in the fields of medicine. Links are in place with nearby 40 chemical and pharmaceutical companies, indicating high scope of successful development in an emerging sector. The proximity to research and an excellent range of laboratory and office space provide a foundation for businesses seeking a new base and for expanding companies in the life sciences sector. Apart from this Cologne is famous for churches, the most famous among them are Cologne Cathedral and Twelve Romanesque churches which are outstanding examples of medieval church architecture. Other tourist attraction spots include Medieval Houses, bridges and the Cologne Carnival, which is the largest street festival in Europe.

Nuclear Medicine-2016 Conference at Cologne will certainly give a wonderful experience to attendees to explore the beautiful city with gaining knowledge.

Conference Highlights

  • Advances in Cancer Detection and Imaging
  • Invasive and Interventional Cardiology
  • Diagnostic Radiology Techniques
  • Gender-Biased Nuclear Medicine
  • Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine 
  • Patient safety and Practice Management
  • Nuclear Medicine and Diagnosis of chronic diseases
  • Nuclear Medicine and its harmful side effects
  • Types of Radiation Therapy 
  • Radiation Oncology

Why to attend?

In today's economic climate your business decisions are as crucial as ever. International Conference on Nuclear medicine and Radiation Therapy allow you to maximize your time and marketing dollars while receiving immediate feedback on your new products and services. International Conference on Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Therapy is organizing an outstanding Scientific Exhibition/Program and anticipates the world's leading specialists involved in Nuclear Medicine and Radiology .Your organization will benefit with excellent exposure to the leaders in Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Therapy. Nuclear Medicine 2016 is an exciting opportunity to showcase the new technology, the new products of your company, and/or the service your industry may offer to a broad international audience.

Target Audience

Radiologists, oncologists, researchers, students, industrial delegates from Academia and Research along with the industrial professionals from biomedical companies and healthcare sectors.

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Statistics of Researchers, Academicians and Industrial

Professionals working on Nuclear Medicine

 

Figure 3: Members associated with Nuclear Medicine

Major Associations Germany

Association of the Scientific Medical Societies in Germany (AWMF)

German Agency for Quality in Medicine

German Medical Association

German Network for Evidence Based Medicine

 International Board for Medical Research and Studies

Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe

European Society for Medical Oncology

Eaaci

German Roentgen Ray Society

 

Major Associations Europe

EuroPACS Society  

European Association of Radiology  

European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 

European Federation of Organisations for Medical Physics (EFOMP)  

European Federation of Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (EFSUMB)  

European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRMB)  

European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ESTRO)  

European Society of Breast Imaging  

European Society of Cardiac Radiology (ESCR) 

European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (ESGAR)  

European Society of Head and Neck Radiology (ESHNR)  

European Society of Neuroradiology (ESNR)  

European Society for Paediatric Radiology (ESPR)  

European Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology  

European Society of Thoracic Imaging (ESTI)  

European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology  

European Society of Breast Imaging  

European Society of Urogenital Radiology 

 

Major Associations Worldwide

American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (AAOMR)  

American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)

American Association for Women Radiologists (AAWR)  

American Board of Nuclear Medicine (ABNM)  

American Board of Radiology (ABR)  

American College of Medical Physics (ACMP)

American College of Nuclear Physicians (ACNP)  

American College of Radiology (ACR)  

American College of Radiation Oncology (ACRO)  

American Healthcare Radiology Administrators (AHRA)  

American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM)  

American Medical Association (AMA)  

American Nuclear Society (ANS)  

American Osteopathic College of Radiology (AOCR) 

American Radium Society (ARS)  

American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS)  

American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)  

American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS)  

American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE)  

American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ASTRO) 

American Society of Echocardiography (ASE)  

American Society of Emergency Radiology (ASER)  

American Society of Head and Neck Radiology (ASHNR)  

American Society of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology (ASITN)  

American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR)  

American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) 

American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT)  

American Society of Spine Radiology (ASSR)  

American Telemedicine Association (ATA)  

Association of Residents in Radiation Oncology (ARRO)  

Association of Telemedicine Service Providers (ATSP)  

Association of University Radiologists (AUR)  

Association of Vascular and Interventional Radiographers (AVIR)  

Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR)  

Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists (COMP)  

Clinical Magnetic Resonance Society (CMRS)  

Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS)  

International Association of Dentomaxillofacial Radiology (IADMFR)  

International Consortium for Medical Imaging Technology (ICMIT)  

International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM)  

International Society of Radiographers & Radiological Technologists (RSRRT)  

International Society of Radiology (ISR)  

International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG)  

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Society  

North American Society for Cardiac Imaging (NASCI)  

Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB)  

Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)  

Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA)  

Radiation Research Society  

Radiation Therapy Oncology Group (RTOG)  

Society of Breast Imaging (SBI)  

Society for the Advancement of Women's Imaging (SAWI)  

Society for Cardiac Angiography and Interventions (SCAI)  

Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance  

Society for Computer Application in Radiology (SCAR)  

Society for Pediatric Radiology (SPR)  

Society of Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology (SCVIR

Society of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR)  

Society of Computed Body Tomography and Magnetic Resource (SCBT/MR)  

Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (SDMS) 

Society of Gastrointestinal Radiologists (SGR)  

Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM)  

Society of Radiology Oncology Administrators (SROA)  

Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound (SRU)  

Society of Radiology Oncology Administrators (SROA)  

Society of Skeletal Radiology (SSR)  

Society of Thoracic Radiology (STR) 

Society of Uroradiology (SUR)  
 

   

Figure 4: Societies associated with Nuclear Medicine

Top Universities in Germany

Heidelberg University

Rwth Aachen University

Lubeck University

Magdeburg University

Munster University

Wurzberg University

Tubingen University

Freiberg University

Leipzig University

University of Cologne

 

Top Universities in Europe

Medical University of Lodz

University of Gottingen

Poznan University of Medical Sciences

University of Birmingham

Radbound University

Orebro University

Leuphana University of Luneberg

Turin School of Medicine

Ogarev Mardovia State University

Zuyd University of Applied sciences

University of Pavia

University of Siena

Aalborg University

Vilnius University

                                                                                                                                                                  

Top Universities Worldwide

Harvard University

University of Oxford

University of Cambridge

Stanford University

Cambridge University

Yale University

Emory University

Karolinska University

John Hopkins University

University Of Wisconsin

Kings College London

University of Minnesota

Feinberg School of Medicine

Mayo Medical School

UNC School of Medicine

Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Vanderbilt School of Medicine

City University London

University of Sheiffield

 

 

Figure 5: Universities associated with Nuclear Medicine

 

Figure 6: Funding for Nuclear Medicine

 

 

Top Hospitals Germany

Heidelberg University Hospital

Medical Park

University Hospital Cologne

Northwestern Medicine

Asklepois Klinik Barmbek

 

Top Hospitals Europe

Clinical Center of Serbia

Motol University Hospital

Vienna General Hospital

University Hospital Pilsen

Sahlgrenska University Hospital

LKH Klagenfurt

University Hospital of Geneva

Avon Country Hospital

Bedfordshire Country Hospital

Buckinghamshire Country Hospital

Cornwall Country Hospital

Hampshire Country Hospital

Great Manchestar University Hospital

Warwickshire Country Hospital

Somerset Country Hospital

Shropshire Country Hospital

 

Top Hospitals Worldwide

Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis, MN  

Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge, IL  

Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA  

Baptist Hospital of Miami, Miami, FL  

Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University, St. Louis, MO  

Boston Medical Center, Boston, MA  

Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA  

California Pacific Medical Center CA Campus, San Francisco, CA  

Case Western Reserve University  

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA  

Christiana Care, Newark, DE  

Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH  

Columbia University Medical Center 

Cornell University, Weill Medical College  

Dartmouth Medical School  

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC  

Emory University Hospital, Atlanta, GA  

Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC  

Hackensack University Medical Center, Hackensack, NJ  

Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT  

Harvard Medical School  

Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI  

Hospital of St. Raphael, New Haven, CT  

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA  

Inova Fairfax Hospital, Falls Church, VA  

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD  

Figure 7: Hospitals associated with Nuclear Medicine

 

Top Companies Germany

Radiological Research

HAMEDIC GMBH

MSR X-ray room Technical Systems GMBH

BRUKER PHYSICS GMBH

Techik EUROPE GMBH

NAIL & GOLLER X-GMBH

MEDICAL INDEX GMBH SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL DEVICES

MEVA IMAGING SYSTEM GMBH & CO. KG

KODAK GMBH

PHOENIX X-RAY SYSTEMS & SERVICES GMBH

 

Top Companies Europe

Hans Pausch

Hologic Europe

Lodox

Trixel

Mavig

General Medical Merate

Biosound Esaote

Accuracy

AMPTek

Alliance oncology

Arcoma AB

Bioptegen

Bioonco

BRACCO

Baylis Medical

Cnnon Europa

CMS

 

Top Companies Worldwide

Agilent Technologies   

Aktina Medical   

Algotec   

American Medical Sales   

Auntminnie   

Aurora Advanced Breast Imaing   

Amicas   

Barco NV   

Cannon Medical   

Cook Medical   

Del Medical Systems Group   

Diagnostix Plus   

Dunlee   

Eastman Kodak   

Emageon Solutions   

eMed Technologies   

Esaote S.P.A.   

Fischer Imaging 

Fonar   

Fuji Medical Systems  

GE Healthcare  

Hitachi Medical Systems   

Holorad   

IcRoo   

IMPAC Medical Systems   

INFIMED   

Konica Medical    

Mallinckrodt   

McKesson   

MDS Nordian   

Medison    

Medrad     

MEDX     

MiSys Radiology    

Mitsubishi Imaging     

MySono   

ONI   

Orex Computed Radiography   

Philips Medical Systems   

Planmed   

R2 Technology 

RadWork   

RadiForce   ScImage   

Sectra Imtec AB   

Shared Imaging   

Shimadzu Medical Systems   

Siemens Medical Systems   

Sonosite    Swissray International   

TeraRecon   

Toshiba Medical Systems   

US Medical   

Varian Medical Systems   

Vital Images   

Zonare

     

Figure 8: Companies associated with Nuclear Medicine

 

 

Figure 9: Revenue Generated by companies

 

Market analysis report

According to market study, market of nuclear medicine is dominated by diagnostic radioisotopes, comprising of SPECT and PET radioisotopes. Furthermore, the PET market will witness a double digit growth during the forecast period. market of nuclear medicine is dominated by diagnostic radioisotopes, comprising of SPECT and PET radioisotopes and I-131 has been considered as the gold standard for various oncology treatments in a combined therapy. Global nuclear medicines market is majorly driven by the increasing adoption of PET and SPECT scanners. Nearly 20 million nuclear medicine procedures using radiopharmaceuticals and imaging instruments are carried out annually in the United States alone. In 2014 an estimated 11.7 million patients received nuclear medicine scans on over 14,000 SPECT or SPECT/CT scanners in the U.S. This represents an average annual decline of 9.6% in procedures per year since 2012 when 14.5 million patient studies were performed. The global cancer diagnostics market is expected to reach $13.1 Billion in 2020 from an estimated $7.1 Billion in 2015, growing at a CAGR of 12.9%. The analysts forecast the Global Nuclear Imaging market to grow at a CAGR of 5.89 percent over the period 2014-2019.European market is driven by applications of beta emitters for thyroid cancer, hyperthyroidism, and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Significant isotopes in the brachytherapy market are Cesium-131 (Cs-131), Iodine-125 (I-125), Palladium-103 (Pd-103), and Iridium-192 (Ir-192). German is the major market for brachytherapy in terms of market share, followed by France. However, this market is showing slow growth due to reimbursement issues. Major players in the radiopharmaceuticals market are Covidien, Plc (Ireland), GE Healthcare (U.K.), IBA Group (Belgium), Lantheus Medical Imaging, Inc. (U.S.), Nordion, Inc. (Canada), and Siemens Healthcare (PETNET) (Germany). The stable isotopes market was led by two players - Cambridge Isotope Laboratories (CIL) (U.S.), and Sigma Aldrich (U.S.) - in 2012; they jointly contributed more than 50% to the European revenue. Besides this there are about 29 societies in Europe and 11 societies outside Europe which deals in this field

 

       Figure 10: Global medical imaging market (Developed vs. Developing market revenue)

 

     

    Figure 11:  Market Value of Nuclear Medicine

 

             

 

Figure 12: Market forecast- Future growth trends

 

           

 

                         

 

           

Radiology-2015

OMICS International 3rd International Conference on Radiology & Imaging at Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel, Toronto, Canada during August 24-26, 2015 was organized with a focus on Critical Review on “Advanced Trends in Radiology and Imaging” was a great success where eminent keynote speakers from various reputed institutions made their resplendent presence and addressed the gathering.

Radiology-2015 witnessed an amalgamation of peerless speakers who enlightened the crowd with their knowledge and confabulated on various new-fangled topics related to the field of Radiology & Imaging.

Radiology-2015 Organizing Committee would like to thank the Moderator of the conference, Dr.Sangeeta Taneja, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, India who contributed a lot for the smooth functioning of this event.

OMICS Group International would like to convey a warm gratitude to all the Honorable guests and Keynote Speakers of Radiology-2015:

Richard P Hill, University of Toronto, Canada
Mark G Benz, Engineering Horizons International, USA
Radim Jancalek, St. Anne’s University Hospital, Czech Republic

Mitchell S Albert, Lakehead University, Canada

OMICS International, on behalf of the conference, appreciates all the participants who put their efforts in poster presentations and sincerely wishes them success in future endeavors.

OMICS International also took the privilege of felicitating Radiology-2015 Organizing Committee, Editorial Board Members of OMICS Journal of Radiology and Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Therapy, Keynote Speakers, Chair and Co-Chairs and Moderator whose support made conference a great success.


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Radiology-2013

OMICS International International Conference on Radiology & Imaging at Chicago, USA during August 14-16, 2013 was organized with a focus on Critical Review on “Advanced Trends in Radiology and Imaging” was a great success where eminent keynote speakers from various reputed institutions made their resplendent presence and addressed the gathering.

Radiology-2013 witnessed an amalgamation of peerless speakers who enlightened the crowd with their knowledge and confabulated on various new-fangled topics related to the field of Radiology & Imaging.

OMICS Group International would like to convey a warm gratitude to all the Honorable guests and Keynote Speakers of Radiology-2013:

Michal Goris, Stanford University ,USA

Shou Li, Ge Healthcare, Canada

Morio Sato,Wakayama Medical University , Japan

Mitchell S Albert, Lakehead University, Canada
 

OMICS International, on behalf of the conference, appreciates all the participants who put their efforts in poster presentations and sincerely wishes them success in future endeavors.

OMICS International also took the privilege of felicitating Radiology-2013 Organizing Committee, Editorial Board Members of OMICS Journal of Radiology and Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Therapy, Keynote Speakers, Chair and Co-Chairs and Moderator whose support made conference a great success.

 

 

 


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Chemotherapy-2015

Over thousands of scholars from the field of Chemotherapy stepped away from their nations last Tuesday, August 2nd, 2015 to take part in an ostentatious event “International Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy” August 04-06, 2015, in Valencia, Spain. The conference was organized around a single theme “Emerging techniques and advancements in the field of chemotherapy” which comprised of 06 tracks with knowledge oriented presentations igniting young minds in the crowd.

Conference began with the welcome message given by our moderator Dr. Emil Toma, University of Montreal, USA, followed by a Keynote series of well-known speakers:

  • Dr. Emil Toma, University of Montreal, USA.
  • Dr. Didier Coquoz, Copexis, Switzerland.
  • Dr. Hiroyuki Osada, RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science, Japan.

The session was chaired by Dr. Emil Toma, University of Montreal, USA, preceded with paramount Oral Presentations. The Conference also witnessed an amalgamation of eminent speakers like:

  • Junjun Qiu, Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital of Fudan University, China.
  • Helene Castel, Universite de Rouen, France
  • Paula Sabbo Bernado, Brazilian National Cancer Institute, Brazil.

OMICS International acknowledges all the Organizing Committee Members, Moderator, Chair and Editorial Board Members of OMICS group Journals, Speakers, Students, Delegates and Media Partners in making this event a great success. We are also obliged to various government authorities, company representatives and other eminent personalities who supported the conference by facilitating active discussion forums. We sincerely thank the Organizing Committee Members, for their gracious presence, support and assistance.

 


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Cancer Science-2014

OMICS Group’s 4th World Congress on Cancer Science & Therapy was held during October 20-22, 2014 at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Chicago - North Shore Conference Center, Chicago, USA.

The conference proceedings were carried out through effectual keynote lectures by:

Dr. Peter Weightman, University of Liverpool, UK
Dr. Sudhakar Akul Yakkanti, SRI International, USA
Dr. Jeffrey B. Ulmer, Novartis Vaccines & Diagnostics, USA
Dr. Reza Hakkak, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA

This annual conference brought together eminent experts from different countries in which many modern issues were discussed in depth to provide up-to-date information to the world. On the other hand, the meeting provided a good platform to share their ideas and experiences in the field of cancer therapy.

 


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Cancer Science-2013

The 3rd World Congress on Cancer Science & Therapy was organized by OMICS Group Inc., during October 21-23, 2013 at Double Tree by Hilton Hotel San Francisco Airport, USA. Active participation and generous response was received from the Organizing Committee Members, Editorial Board Members of OMICS Group Journals, scientists, researchers, as well as experts in the cancer research, Non-government organizations, and students from diverse groups who made this conference as one of the most successful and productive events in 2013 from OMICS Group.

The conference proceedings were carried out through various Keynote-presentations by:

  • Dr. Stewart Sell, Wadsworth Center, USA
  • Dr. Michael Retsky, Harvard School of Public Health, USA
  • Dr. Jimmy T. Efird, Brody School of Medicine, USA
  • Dr. Sudhakar Akul Yakkanti, SRI International, USA
  • Dr. Sherry A. Bradford, Buffalo School of Medical and Biomedical Sciences, USA

Also, the conference proceeding was encouraged through the wonderful workshop session on “ Animal Models of Cancer Therapy” organized by Dr. Dorothee Herlyn, The Wistar Institute, USA

 


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