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16th European Molecular Imaging Meeting – EMIM 2021
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When: Tuesday, March 16, 2021
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LOKHALLE Goettingen
Bahnhofsallee 1, 37081
Contact: Doris Kracht
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16th  European Molecular Imaging Meeting – EMIM 2021

Date: 16th-19th March 2021

Venue: LOKHALLE Goettingen

Bahnhofsallee 1B, 37081 Goettingen


It is with great pleasure to invite you to Goettingen for the European Molecular Imaging Meeting - the EMIM 2021! The EMIM 2021 is the 16th annual Meeting of the European Society for Molecular Imaging – ESMI. (

Don’t miss to contribute! We are looking forward to many contributions from all fields of Imaging Science!


29th October 2020| Opening of EMIM 2020 Abstract Submission

9th December 2020| DEADLINE for abstract Submission


Abstract main categories

Oncology Imaging


Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Imaging

Immunology, Inflammation, Infection

Image-guided Therapy

Imaging Metabolism  

Probe Chemistry

Imaging Technologies

Image Processing & Quantification  


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