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The Conference will commence Friday 25 April with the Pre-Conference Symposium at The Farm in the Barossa Valley. Plenary and concurrent sessions will commence Saturday 26 April with a Welcome Reception in the evening. Plenary and concurrent sessions will continue Sunday 27 April. The Conference dinner will be held Sunday evening at the Adealide Convention Centre. Plenary and concurrent sessions conclude Monday 28 April before lunch.

Pre-Conference Symposium

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Preliminary Schedule

Thursday 24 April

09:00 - 12:30 ANZSNM Committee
11:00 - 20:00 Golf with Gordon - depart Adelaide Convention Centre
13:30 - 17:00 ANZSNM Council

Friday 25 April

10:00 - 16:30 Pre-Conference Symposium – Lymphatics in Cancer - buses depart Adelaide Convention Centre at 8.30am
10:00-17:00 Exhibitor set up
16:30-20:00 AANMS Council

Saturday 26 April

07:00 Siemens Breakfast Session
Quantify the difference with xSPECT (includes a continental breakfast).
Dr Hans Vija, PhD,
Siemens Healthcare
Dale Bailey PhD,
Principal Physicist, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Royal North Shore Hospital
07:30 Registration
08:15 Official Opening
08:30 Plenary - Imaging Markers and Therapy Response
08:30 Plenary 1 Prof Chaitanya Divgi - Development of molecular imaging markers
09:15 Plenary 2 Prof Wim Oyen - Therapy Response monitoring with FDG - PET/CT
10:00 Morning tea
10:30-12:00 Concurrent Sessions 1A - 1E
10:30 1A AANMS Symposium: Cardiology Corner 1B Technologists Symposium 1C Physics Symposium 1D Radiopharmacy Symposium 1E CTCA Refresher Course
12:00 AANMS General Meeting Technologist's AGM Physics SIG AGM AGM and SIG Discussions
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Lowenthal Lecture - Dr Leighton Barnden
14:45 ARTnet - launch of a ANZSNM and AANMS joint venture clinical trial network
15:15 Afternoon tea
15:45-17:15 Concurrent Sessions 2A - 2E
15:45 2A Registrar Presentations AANMS Awards 2B Technologists Symposium 2C Physics Symposium 2D Radiopharmacy Symposium 2E CTCA Refresher Course
17:35 - 19:05 Welcome Reception
19:30 NUC's Party - Welcome to the Lion's Den

Sunday 27 April

07:00 Insight Breakfast Session
Vereos, The world’s first and only digital PET/CT. First clinical impressions and technical characteristics.
Come and join us for a look at the future in molecular imaging and a continental breakfast.
Dr Graeme O’Keefe
Principal Physicist, Austin Health
“A technical insight into digital PET technology”
Prof. Peter Faulhaber
Professor of Radiology Case Western Reserve University
Director of Clinical PET, University Hospital Case Medical Center
"PET/CT: A New Frontier"
08:30 Plenary - Infection and Inflammation
08:30 Plenary 3 Prof Vijay Kumar - General Nuclear Medicine imaging in infection/inflammation” (an Australian perspective with an emphasis on Tc-99m colloid WBC imaging)
09:00 Plenary 4 Prof Wim Oyen - FDG-PET in infections and inflammatory disease
09:30 Plenary 5 A/Prof Clemens Decristoforo - Novel agents including imaging fungal infections with Ga-68 labelled siderophores
10:00 Discussion
10:15 Morning tea
10:45-12:00 Concurrent Sessions 3A - 3C
10:45 3A Oncolgy - Therapy/Imaging 3B Free papers 3C CTCA Refresher Course
13:00 Lunch
14:00 4A Controversy Corner - Radiation 4B CTCA Refresher Course 4C TSIG Scope of Practice Discussion Panel
15:15 Afternoon tea
15:30 Poster Walk
16:00 Concurrent Sessions 6A - 6C
5A Gastro and Neurology Update 5B Free papers 5C CTCA Refresher Course 5D - An introduction to the ANZSNM Minimum Quality Control Schedule for Gamma Cameras
17:30 Close
19:00 Gala Dinner - Sporting legends - night of nights

Monday 28 April

08:30 Plenary
08:30 Plenary 6 Prof Jamshid Maddahi - Cardiac imaging complementary or competitive
09:15 Plenary 7 Prof Chaitanya Divgi - Advances in thyroid cancer therapy
10:30 Morning tea
10:45-12:00 Concurrent Sessions 5A - 5B
10:30 6A PET Corner 6B Paediatrics/Free Papers
11:45 Pioneer Lecture - Max Bellon
12:30 Conference highlights
13:00 Close