MILabs U-SPECT/CT imaging in immuno-oncology

MILabs U-SPECT/CT imaging in immuno-oncology

by Dr. Sandra Heskamp, Department of Medical Imaging, Radboudumc, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

This webinar describes the key applications of nuclear imaging in immuno-oncology. Currently, numerous immuno-oncological drugs are being developed to treat cancer patients. However, many questions remain unanswered, such as how, when, and for whom this treatment is most effective. Dr. Sandra Heskamp will show a few examples of imaging approaches developed in her group to tackle these questions.

Took place: January, 2021

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