ATOMEXPO 2019 to Feature Discussion on the Possibilities of Nuclear Medicine around the World
Press Service of Rusatom Healthcare
This year's ATOMEXPO International Forum in Sochi will feature a roundtable discussion on "Nuclear Medicine: Trends, Innovations and Best Practices" organized by Rusatom Healthcare (a medical integrator that is part of the ROSATOM) in conjunction with the official supplier of isotope products to Rosatom, JSC Isotope.
The roundtable will bring together experts from Russia and around the world to discuss the contribution of nuclear medicine and medical radiology to sustainable development. The speakers will address the most pressing issues in the industry, including trends in molecular visualization, the future of radiation therapy and promising areas of radionuclide diagnostics.
They will also pay attention to the regional features of nuclear medicine, with Dr. Emerson Soares Bernardes scheduled to present an overview of nuclear medicine in Latin America and the General Manager of Turkey's Eczac?ba??-Monrol Aydin Kucuk set to talk about his experience in the development of nuclear medicine in the country.
The roundtable will be attended by representatives of the following companies: the Radiopharmacy Center at the Nuclear and Energy Research Institute (Brazil); GE Healthcare (United States); Elekta (Sweden); radiopharmaceutical manufacturer Eczac?ba??-Monrol (Turkey); and Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center of the Federal-Medical Biological Agency (Russia). General Director of Rusatom Healthcare Aleksandr Shibanov will deliver the opening address at the roundtable. The event will be moderated by Morris Hossein, Senior Partner at Pharma & Healthcare, part of the Roland Berger international consulting firm.
The roundtable will take place from 10:00 to 12:00 on 16 April in the Green Hall of the Main Media Centre.
Topics: Nuclear medicine
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