16th Annual PET/CT meeting: PET/CT in the practice of oncology

Monday - Tuesday  18 - 19 March 2013

Venue: Royal Society Of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, LONDON, W1G 0AE

****Online registration has now closed. Bookings can be made on the day for the meeting only. We cannot guarantee lunch for those who register on the day. Registration for the dinner is now closed and we will be unable to take further bookings. For more information please call Rachel Catley on 020 7290 2987****

Member rates

RSM Fellow 2 days - £160
RSM Fellow 1 day - £90
RSM Associate 2 days - £120
RSM Associate 1 day - £70
RSM Retired Fellow 2 days - 65
RSM Retired Fellow 1 day - 45
RSM Trainee 2 days - 120
RSM Trainee 1 day - 70
RSM Student 2 days - 65
RSM Student 1 day - 45

Non member rates

Consultant/GP 2 days - 270
Consultant/GP 1 day - 160
Radiographer 2 days - 160
Radiographer 1 day - 90
AHP/Nurse/Midwife - 2 days 160
AHP/Nurse/Midwife - 1 day 90
Trainee 2 days - 160
Trainee 1 day - 90
Student 2 days - 100
Student 1 day - 60


Monday 18 March 2013

9.15 am

Registration, tea and coffee

9.45 am

Welcome and introduction
Dr Wai Lup Wong, Consultant Radiologist and Senior Lecturer, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood
Chair: Professor Alan Perkins, Professor of Medical Physics, Nottingham University Hospitals

9.50 am

Optimisation of radiation dose of PET/CT
Dr Bal Sanghera, Northwood

Monitoring treatment response

10.10 am

Setting the scene for PET/CT: Limitations of conventional response assessment
Professor Vicki Goh, Professor of Clinical Caner Imaging, King's College London

10.30 am

Reproducibility of SUV measurements in oncology FDG PET
Dr Martin Lodge, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore

10.50 am

Angiogenesis imaging with PET/CT
Professor Roland Hustinx, Service de Médecine Nuclére Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Liée

11.10 am

Discussion

11.20 am

Tea and coffee

PET CT and the NHS
Chair: Dr Wai Lup Wong, Consultant Radiologist and Senior Lecturer, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood

11.30 am

Commissioning of PET/CT
Mr James Palmer, London

12.10 pm

Discussion

Finzi Lecture

12.20 pm

Jugaad Innovation: A frugal, flexible and inclusive way to grow
Professor Jaideep Prabhu, Nehru Professor of Indian Business, University of Cambridge

1.00 pm

Lunch

Advances in cancer management and PET/CT
Chair: Professor Nick Slevin, Manchester

1.50 pm

Setting the scene - new systemic treatments
Professor Florian Lordick, Director, University Cancer Centre Leipzig

2.10 pm

Setting the scene - advances in RT
Professor Vincent Gregoire, Brussels

2.30 pm

Head and neck cancer
Professor Vincent Gregoire, Brussels

2.50 pm

Lung cancer
Mr Simon Jordan, London

3.10 pm

Thoracic oesophageal cancer
Professor Florian Lordick, Director, University Cancer Centre Leipzig

3.30 pm

Discussion

3.40 pm

Tea and coffee

Interesting cases for the advanced reporter

3.50 pm

Dr Simon Hughes, Belfast

4.10 pm

FDG PET/CT in metastatic cancer of unknown primary
Professor Ora Israel Haifa

4.30 pm

Dr Andrew Scarsbrook, Consultant Radiologist and Nuclear Medicine Physician, St James' Institute of Oncology, Leeds Teaching Hospitals

4.50 pm

Professor Roland Hustinx, Service de Médecine Nuclére Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Liée

5.10 pm

Why is PET/CT so useful in the every clinical situation?
Dr Annika Loft, Chief Physician, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen University Hospital

5.30 am

Completion of evaluation forms and close of day one

7.00 pm

Dinner
(For those that have pre-registered)
Tuesday 19 March

9.15 am

Registration, tea and coffee

9.40 am

Welcome

Follicular Lymphoma
Chair: Dr Jonathan Lambert, Consultant Haemato-oncologist, University College London Hospitals and Mount Vernon Cancer Centre

9.45 am

Current management of follicular lymphoma
Dr Jonathan Lambert, Consultant Haemato-oncologist, University College London Hospitals and Mount Vernon Cancer Centre

10.05 am

Role of PET CT in the management of follicular lymphoma
Dr Sally Barrington, Consultant Physician in Nuclear Medicine, PET Imaging Centre, St Thomas', London

10.25 am

Discussion

10.35 am

Tea and coffee

Advances in cancer management and PET/CT
Chair: Dr Rob Glynn-Jones, Northwood

10.50 am

Anal cancer
Dr Rob Glynn-Jones, Northwood

11.10 am

Yittruium PET/CT
Dr Martin Lodge, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore

11.30 am

Setting up a choline PET service for prostate cancer - important considerations
Dr Jimmy Bomanji, London

11.50 pm

Prostate cancer and choline PET/CT - variants and pitfalls
Dr Athar Haroon, London

12.10 pm

The South African perspective
Professor Mike Sathekge, Professor and Head of Nuclear Medicine Department, University of Pretoria

12.40 pm

Discussion

1.00 pm

Lunch
Chair: Dr Wai Lup Wong, Consultant Radiologist and Senior Lecturer, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood

Evolving oncological indications for FDG PET/CT

1.50 pm

Myeloma and plasmacytoma
Dr Shirley D'Sa, London

2.10 pm

Paraneoplastic syndrome
Dr Patrick Veit-Haibach, Staff Radiologist and Nuclear Medicine Physician, University Hospital Zurich

2.30 pm

Discussion

2.40 pm

Tea and coffee

Non cancer applications
Chair: Professor Iain Lyburn, Consultant Radiologist, Cheltenham Imaging Centre

3.05 am

PET/CT imaging of atheroma and vasculitis
Professor Ashley Groves, London

3.25 pm

FDG PET/CT in the diabetic patient
Professor Ora Israel, Director of Nuclear Medicine, Rambam Health Care Campus, Professor of Imaging, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel

3.45 pm

Plaque imaging and dementia
Dr Simon Hughes, Belfast

4.05 pm

Discussion

Interesting cases for the advanced reporter

4.15 pm

When PET MR is really contributory
Dr Patrick Veit-Haibach, Staff Radiologist and Nuclear Medicine Physician, University Hospital Zurich

4.35 pm

Professor Iain Lyburn, Consultant Radiologist, Cheltenham Imaging Centre

4.55 pm

Professor Mike Sathekge, Professor and Head of Nuclear Medicine Department, University of Pretoria

5.15 pm

Completion of evaluation forms and close of meeting

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