WMIC 2016: Imaging Biology…Improving Therapy
The World Molecular Imaging Society will have its 9th Annual Congress on September 7-10, 2016 in the Javits Center in New York, USA. The theme of this year’s meeting is Imaging Biology…Improving Therapy. In keeping with this theme, MILabs will showcase its newest technologies enabling you to see more when imaging biology and therapy.

With its exclusive ultra-high resolution imaging technologies implemented on a scalable quad-modality preclinical platform and a clinical G-SPECT system, MILabs’ imaging products improve interrogation of complex biological systems and early-stage theranostics.

Meet MILabs at Booth 315 and attend Prof. Beekman’s presentation on MILabs’ new multi-modality imaging developments in the Exhibit Hall, Thursday, September 8 at 13:00
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Image of the Year 2016: Concurrent imaging of 99mTc and 64Cu
Adachi, Yoshii et al. (NIRS, Japan) were recently awarded the “MILabs Image of the Year 2016” because of their excellent research on cancer imaging. They applied the unique capability of VECTor/CT to image co-injected PET and SPECT tracers concurrently. Read more…
New installation MILabs SPECT/CT at Yale
MILabs is currently installing an advanced U-SPECT4CT system at the Yale Translational Research Imaging Center (Y-TRIC), with support of an NIH Shared Instrument Grant. This will significantly advance their program in multimodality molecular and translational cardiovascular imaging research. Read more…
In the spotlight: Brian Powell, Clemson University
Prof. Brian Powell is Fjeld Professor in Nuclear Environmental Engineering and Science at Clemson University. His research focuses on biogeochemical processes controlling radionuclide behavior in the environment such as sorption by minerals, interactions with nano-colloids, complexation by organic ligands, and interactions with microorganisms. Read more…
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