Abstract submission

Please submit your abstract and use this conference as a forum to disseminate your research and network with colleagues!

In-person Total-Body PET 2022 – Abstract submission now open

Abstracts should be submitted as a single word document to tbpet@ed.ac.uk. The main text (Background, Materials and methods, Results, Conclusions) should not be more than 300 words and additional elements such are Tables and Figures should be limited to a maximum of 3. The abstracts must strictly follow the criteria set out by European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (EJNMMI) Physics as detailed in the PDF below, except for the word limit which is 300, not 400 words.
The corresponding author should be the person who will present the abstract. It is the duty of the abstract authors to ensure all EJNMMI Physics criteria set out in the PDF document are adhered to. Failure to do so will result in abstract rejection. Abstracts accepted for presentation at the Total-Body PET 2022 in-person event will be published within the European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (EJNMMI) Physics. Submissions for this meeting will close on the 3rd June 2022.

Total-body PET 2021-2022 is endorsed by the European Society for Molecular Imaging (ESMI). The best proffered talk by a young investigator will win the Molecular Imaging Award by ESMI. When submitting an abstract please indicate if you would like to be considered for this award.

Young Investigator Molecular Imaging Award Criteria:

The candidate’s doctoral degree should have been awarded less than five years prior to the start of the conference (22nd September 2022), or not yet achieved. Candidates must have submitted an abstract which has been selected for oral presentation and be the first, corresponding and presenting author of the abstract. The work must be in the field of either preclinical, translation or clinical PET imaging.

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