Aixia Sun’s abstract titled “A Novel and Potential Site for Islet Organoid Transplation: Brown Adipose Tissue” and Saumya Nigam’s abstract titled “Development of one dimensional nanotracer platforms for magnetic particle imaging of lungs” were both selected for a poster presentation at WMIC 2022.
The World Molecular Imaging Congress (WMIC) brings together people from across the globe who represent the entire spectrum of Molecular Imaging. These individuals gather at WMIC to exchange ideas and foster innovation. The scientific and educational sessions are replete with leaders in the field and young scientists alike, each of whom has made significant contributions to our understanding of biology, advanced technology innovation, and/or evaluated new developments in the clinic. These sessions are complemented by thousands of abstracts that detail advances and highlight the latest developments in Molecular Imaging. Our industry exhibitors and sponsors showcase their innovations in the exhibition hall and lecture hall, detailing advances that will refine your animal models, accelerate your research, and improve clinical care. Each WMIC session is packed with innovative ideas and cutting-edge research. Molecular Imaging is a window into biology that enables discovery. We use these windows to investigate new biology and increase understanding, and the better we understand biological processes of living systems, with all of the contextual influences intact, the more effective our therapies will be in the clinic. Molecular Imaging lies at the heart of precision medicine. WMIC is the event that showcases all of the innovations in Molecular Imaging and shows the utility of novel imaging strategies in clinical investigation and the study of disease. Molecular Imaging as a field lies at the nexus of innovation in chemistry, hardware development, software innovation, biology, and medicine, and the WMIC is where you will hear about the most exciting highlights and the most in-depth evaluation.