Turku PET Symposium 2022

3-6 June 2022 | Turku, Finland

Onsite

PET imaging in diagnostics and therapy

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Announcements

 CALL FOR LATE-BREAKING ABSTRACTS!

Don't miss your final chance to submit your abstracts for Turku PET Symposium 2022 by 11 April 2022.
Authors will be notified by 14 April 2022 on the acceptance.
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TRAVELLING TO TURKU

Please note that the flights to Turku are not yet at the level they were before the pandemic. The flight services to Turku from Helsinki, Riga, Gdansk and Stockholm are still subject to increase and please check the flight options closer to the Symposium.

In the case the flights to Turku appears not optimal, the suggested option is to fly to Helsinki and then take the train (about 2.5 hours) from Helsinki airport to Turku. Please note that the trains do not run late in the evening and then a bus trip is possible but less preferred option. Another option is to fly to Stockholm and then take an overnight ship to Turku.

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Important dates

December 2021

Abstract submission starts

Mid-January 2022

Registration opens

11 April 2022

Late-breaking abstract submission deadline

14 April 2022

Notifications for late-breaking abstracts

19 April 2022

Early registration deadline - extended until 19 April

Welcome to Turku PET Symposium 2022!

Dear Colleagues,

It gives us great pleasure to invite you to participate in Turku PET Symposium 2022, which will be held on 3 – 6 June 2022 onsite in Turku, Finland.

The Symposium is targeted to all investigators and staff working with cyclotrons, PET radiochemistry, modelling and software development, as well as preclinical and clinical PET imaging. The attendance should be particularly useful to those who are new to the field, or want to broaden their understanding of the rapidly developing research and clinical applications of PET.

The first Turku PET Symposium was organised in 1977 and this meeting already a tradition of over 40 years. The program covers the whole field from cyclotrons and radiochemistry, to preclinical and clinical applications of PET together with multimodality imaging. The scientific program consists of plenary lectures given by international leaders of each field, free papers, and posters. In addition, there will be special sessions for software developers, and technologists.

Looking forward to seeing you in Turku.

Yours very sincerely,

Juhani Knuuti
Professor
Chairman of the Organising Committee
Francisco López-Picón
Adj. Professor
Scientific Secretary

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Programme

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