European Society for Molecular Imaging (ESMI)
Founded 2005. Extends actions initiated in the scope of the EC 6th Framework Programme by the European Molecular Imaging Laboratories (EMIL) (ended 2009), Diagnostic Molecular Imaging (DiMI) (ended 2010), and the European Integrated Project for In-vivo Imaging (MI) (ended in 2009).
Represent an academic community developing and validating imaging technologies and multimodality imaging biomarkers in the life sciences, and use of innovative imaging methods to support basic and clinical research.
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