28 Jun 18. SINAPSE success
A successful day at the SINAPSE ASM in Edinburgh.
Celebrating 10 years of SINAPSE, the 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting was held at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh on Monday, 25 June 2018. All attendees thought the meeting was a huge success, so special thanks go to Kristen and team.
All the presentations were extremely interesting and kept the audience abreast of developments in clinical and experimental imaging, with a focus on research based around MRI, CT, PET, SPECT, EEG, MEG, ultrasound, and human optical imaging.
Congratulations to all those who won awards, in particular those from Edinburgh!
Dr Mark MacAskill, Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre of Cardiovascular Science was awarded the 'best poster' prize for his research 'Preclinical assessment of 18 F-LW223; a novel TSPO radiotracer for the detection of inflammation using PET'.
Plenary talk prize
Wendy McDougald, a PhD student with Dr. Adriana Tavares, won the Plenary talk with greatest potential impact - 'Standardisation of preclinical PET/CT imaging: a necessary step towards achieving translational imaging datasets'.
Presentations by SINAPSE Directors past and present
One of the highlights from this year's ASM programme included presentations from SINAPSE Directors past and present, reflecting on the phases of network establishment/development/continuation over which they have presided:
- Professor Joanna Wardlaw, The Beginnings
- Professor David Wyper, The Transition
- Professor Alison Murray, The Future