We are exhibiting at EMIM 2023 – let’s meet there!
Be sure to visit us in person at EMIM 2023, from March 14 to 17 at Salzburg Congress, where we’ll have our team on hand to answer questions, and discuss any imaging needs. At our booth, we will be presenting MILabs’ latest advancements in synergistic translational PET-SPECT-Optical-CT imaging. Don’t miss out on our regular Lunch Symposium on Wednesday, with a much-anticipated speakers’ lineup, please see the schedule below. Click here if you prefer to schedule a face-to-face meeting with our team.
MILabs launches ultra-sensitive PET-SPECT
MILabs launches new ultra-sensitive PET and SPECT capabilities for its 7-series imaging platform. With best-in-the-industry randoms-free sensitivities of up to 15%, these technologies enable the detection of extremely low activities (<0.01 micro-Ci) which paves the way for many new applications. Data will be presented at the EMIM in the Lunch Symposium session “Synergistic Hyper-Dimensional Photon Tomography from 1 eV to 1 MeV” Wednesday the 15th at 12:45.
Nobody will see it like you
By scaling up MILabs industry-leading small animal SPECT from mice up to human-size subjects, G-SPECT will let you see more, with less dose, and provide extra insight with dynamic SPECT. No expensive equipment is required; no elaborate radiopharmaceutical facilities are needed. G-SPECT can handle all new and off-the-shelf diagnostic tracers. But still, it stands out from the crowd with high-resolution theranostic imaging of radiotherapy isotopes, including, e.g., I-131 and Ac-225 targeted alpha therapy, without the need for surrogate marker dosimetry.
MILabs Lunch Symposium at the EMIM
Join us at the EMIM MILabs Lunch Symposium on Wednesday, March 15th, starting at 12:15 pm, and learn more about the features and benefits of the multimodal PET, SPECT, Optical, and CT.
PROGRAM 12:15 pm: Quantitative imaging of hypoxic CAIX-positive tumor areas with low immune cell infiltration in syngeneic mouse tumor models. Prof. Sandra Heskamp PhD, Radbaudumc 12:45 pm: Synergistic Hyper-Dimensional Photon Tomography from 1 eV to 1 MeV. Chao Wu, PhD, MILabs
Join our team: open vacancies
MILabs seeks talented individuals to further scale-up its organization.