27th and 28th September 2022, Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland with LIVE streaming
We are delighted to announce that Dr Vesna Sossi has accepted our invitation to give a keynote talk at the upcoming PET is Wonderful 2022 annual scientific meeting!
We also have a truly wonderful group of invited speakers and lectures to help us celebrate 5 years of PET is Wonderful meetings! Check out preliminary agenda below.
For a glimpse of what is on show, check out our speaker biographies here:
This year, the PET is Wonderful meeting will be a 2 day in-person event at the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) with live streaming worldwide.
We will launch the Chan Zuckerberg – PET is Wonderful summer scholarship programme. This is an exciting and fully-funded summer scholarship for those wanting to learn more about PET imaging. More details to be announced at the PET is Wonderful 2022!
Abstract submissions and VIP PET prize applications – call open!
Submit your abstract to the PET is Wonderful 2022 meeting using this form:
Last chance to apply for a Very Important Project (VIP) PET prize! The aim of the VIP PET Prize competition is: (a) to identify pilot Positron Emission Tomography (PET) experimental research projects of preclinical nature with the greatest potential to lead onto large follow-up funding; and (b) if your application is successful, to foster and support your project to help achieve that goal. Terms and conditions can be found below alongside application form.
|Abstract submission & VIP PET prize applications opens||4th July 2022|
|Abstract submission & VIP PET prize applications closes||31st July 2022|
|*Abstract submission & VIP PET prize applications extended*||14th August 2022|
|Notification of abstract outcomes||29th August 2022|
|Meeting registration opens||19th August 2022|
|Meeting registration closes||23rd September 2022|
|PET is Wonderful 2022 annual scientific meeting||27-28th September 2022|
Registration page will open on the 19th August 2022
|Types of Registration||Fee (£)|
|In-person delegate, Royal Society of Edinburgh (max. 100 places)||50|
|Online delegate, Zoom Webinar (unlimited)||20|