The Initial Training Network project Trace’N Treat is glad to announce the conference on:

 Molecular and Supramolecular Carriers for Imaging and Therapy

 13-15th of July, 2015, Lisbon, Portugal

The conference will cover topics on:

  • production of radionuclides and radionuclide generators for medical application
  • labeling of molecular and supramolecular carriers
  • development of molecular and supramolecular carriers for imaging and therapy
  • pre-clinical evaluation of molecular and supramolecular carriers
  • clinical studies on molecular and supramolecular carriers

Important deadlines:

  • Abstract submission for oral presentation – 15th of March 2015
    The deadline has been extended until the 31st of March
  • Abstract submission for poster presentation – 15th of May 2015
  • Author notification – 15th of April 2015
  • Early bird registration – 1st of May 2015
  • Registration ends -15th of June 2015
  • Accommodation in hotel Olissippo Oriente – 15th of May 2015
  • Full Program – 1st of May 2015

Confirmed speakers

    • ‘How simple supramolecular interactions can guide image guided surgery’
      Dr. Fijs W.B. van Leeuwen, LUMC, The Netherlands
    • ‘Multimodal imaging: Small Molecules and Microparticles’
      Prof. Dr. Erik Arstad, UCL, England
    • ‘Nanomedicines based on Polypept(o)ides: From drug delivery to immune therapies and imaging’
      Dr. Matthias Barz, JOGU, Germany
    • ‘Production of medical radionuclides and platform for development of radiopharmaceuticals’
      Dr. Konstantin Zhernosekov, ITG-Garching, Germany
    • ‘Nuclear tools for imaging and theranostics’
      Prof. Dr. Isabel Rego dos Santos, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
    • ‘Innovation in Medicinal Products: Is Nanomedicine a New Paradigm for Healthcare?’
      Prof. Rogério Gaspar, FFUL/iMed.UL, University of Lisbon, Portugal
    • ‘Quarter-mm, Quarter-minute & Quarter MBq SPECT and Simultaneous Sub-mm PET-SPECT of molecules, particles and organs in action’
      Prof. Dr. Frederik Beekman, Delft University of Technology / MILabs, The Netherlands
    • 18F-Labeling of polyether-functionalized cholesterol derivatives for in vivo evaluation of differently shielded liposomal drug delivery systems’
      Miss. K. Wagener, JOGU, Germany
    • ‘Radiobiological effects of radionuclide exposure to consider in radiopharmaceutical development’
      Prof. Dr. Eva Forssell-Aronsson, Sahlgrenska University Hospital of Gothenburg, Sweden
    • ‘Block copolymer-cyclodextrin supramolecular structures for drug delivery and regenerative medicine’
      Prof. Dr. C. Alvarez-Lorenzo, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
    • ‘Radionuclide therapy and the DNA damage response: tools to examine and improve treatment effects’
      Dr. Julie Nonnekens, Erasmus MC, The Netherlands
    • ‘Radiochemical integrity of labelled NPs: a key (and usually forgotten) property of diagnostic, therapeutic and theragnostic NPs’
      Dr. J. Llop, CIC biomaGUNE, San Sebastián, Spain

itG LogoA young scientist award will be given to the best oral or poster presentation, provided by ITG.


Are you interested in sponsoring this event? Please contact us for the possibilities.

Organizing committee

  • Prof. Dr. Bert Wolterbeek, TU Delft, The Netherlands
  • Dr. ir. Antonia Denkova, TU Delft, The Netherlands
  • Prof. Dr. Marion de Jong, Erasmus MC, The Netherlands
  • Prof. Dr. Frank Rösch, JOGU, Germany
  • Miss. Alexandra Arranja, CNRS-ICS, France

Go to conference registration now.


Picture courtesy of MILabs


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