Upcoming Events

EMIM 2020

March 24 – 27, 2020 | Thessaloniki, Greece
15th European Molecular Imaging Meeting

IWMPI 2020

March 30 – April 01, 2020 | Würzburg, Germany
International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging

PIC 2020

April 01 – 30, 2020 | East Lansing, MI
Preclinical Imaging Consortium

AACR 2020

April 24 – 29, 2020 | San Diego, CA
American Association for Cancer Research

ASGCT 2020

May 12 – 15, 2020 | Boston, MA
23rd Annual Meeting – American Society of Gene and Cell Therapy

MagMeet 2020

June 02 – 06, 2020 | London, UK
13th International Conference on the Scientific and Clinical Applications of Magnetic Carriers

SNMMI 2020

June 13 – 16, 2020 | New Orleans, LA
Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging

WMIC 2020

October 07 – 10, 2020 | Prague, Czech Republic
World Molecular Imaging Congress

Past Events


14th European Molecular Imaging Meeting

March 19 – 23, 2019 | Glasgow, UK
Learn about the new world of Magnetic Particle Imaging from leading scientists pioneering the field. Join us for a day of discussion on the latest advances in MPI at our Industry session. Join the MI crew with your favorite whiskey on March 19th at the Dirty Duchess 9pm.

AACR Annual Meeting 2019

March 29 – April 03, 2019 | Atlanta, Georgia
The AACR Annual Meeting program covers the latest discoveries across the spectrum of cancer research—from population science and prevention; to cancer biology, translational, and clinical studies; to survivorship and advocacy—and highlights the work of the best minds in research and medicine from institutions all over the world.

The Future of Molecular MR (Sponsorship)

July 14 – 17, 2019 | St. John’s, NL, CA
This forward looking workshop aims to define the future of molecular MR imaging by identifying new opportunities, existing barriers, and how these may be addressed.

Frontiers in Biomagnetic Particles (Sponsorship)

August 05 – 07, 2019 | Telluride, CO
This international event will bring scientists, engineers, medical professionals, and program managers together to discuss this rapidly growing and highly interdisciplinary field.

World Molecular Imaging Congress 2019

September 04 – 07, 2019 | Montreal, Canada
The World Molecular Imaging Congress (WMIC) is organized by the World Molecular Imaging Society (WMIS) and is led by senior academic and industry professionals who have widely recognized expertise in molecular imaging.

CRUK–AACR 2019 (Presentation)

October 15 – 17, 2019 | London, UK
Cancer Research UK–AACR Joint Conference on Engineering and Physical Sciences in Oncology in London this autumn where we’ll spark alliances between cancer researchers and leading scientists from engineering and physical sciences backgrounds. Our multidisciplinary programme will explore new ways to transform our understanding of biology and to better detect and treat cancer, enabling expert speakers to address some of the toughest challenges in cancer research from a variety of perspectives. You’ll have ample opportunity to interact with leaders in their field, while sessions will equip you with valuable insights into building effective alliances across disciplines.

ASFNR 2019 (Presentation)

November 03 – 05, 2019 | San Francisco, CA
The ASFNR Annual Meeting features a series of focused discussions of emerging technologies in the field of Functional Neuroradiology in the form of didactic lectures, panel discussions, ‘How-To” sessions, and oral paper and scientific poster presentations of selected abstracts.

Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 2019

November 04 – 08, 2019 | Las Vegas, NV
The 2019 MMM Conference includes all aspects of fundamental and applied magnetism, with sessions reviewing the latest advances in magnetic materials, emerging applications, new phenomena, spin electronics, energy and power applications, biomagnetism and much more.

SITC 2019

November 06 – 10, 2019 | National Harbor, MD
SITC 2019 is the leading destination for scientific exchange, education and networking in the cancer immunotherapy field. SITC’s goal is to improve outcomes for cancer patients through basic and applied cancer immunotherapy.


European Molecular Imaging Meeting 2018

March 20 – 23, 2018 | San Sebastian, Spain
Join us for an early glimpse of the newest breakthroughs in magnetic particle imaging at the MPI industry session hosted by Magnetic Insight. This is the one session you do not want to miss! The MI team has something special in store for the first 50 attendees that show up! Thursday, March 22nd at 8:30 am Lecture Room 4/5.  Sign up at the registration portal HERE AGENDA-
  • MPI: Today and Tomorrow, Steven Conolly Ph.D., UC Berkeley
  • In Vivo Cell Tracking with Iron Oxide Nanoparticles, Paula Foster Ph.D., Robarts Research Institute
  • “Making SPIO’s Great Again” and Current Clinical Impact, Eric Mayes Ph.D., CEO EndoMag Inc
  • Experience the MOMENTUM Magnetic Particle Imaging System, Daniel Hensley Ph.D., Magnetic Insight Inc

World Molecular Imaging Congress 2018

September 12 – 15, 2018 | Seattle, WA
Magnetic Particle Imaging is expected to break records again with poster and oral presentations. In the past 2 years, MPI programs have begun throughout the globe from China,  all segments the United States, Korea, Japan, Australia, Canada and Europe. Reserve your spot to test drive a live MPI scanner at WMIC 2018! Email info@magneticinsight.com to lock in a time. WMIC brings together thousands of people from across the entire molecular imaging field. Filled with dozens of powerful sessions and hundreds of abstracts, this event is full of new ideas, innovations, scientific research, industry exhibitors, and educational sessions.

WMIC Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) Education Session

September 12, 2018 | Washington State Convention Center: Room 608
Session 6: 11-12:30

MPI shows extraordinary promise as a safe, noninvasive, and quantitative imaging method and could be a rapid, noninvasive complement to many Nuclear Medicine exams. MPI uses a strong field gradient to isolate the signal from a superparamagnetic iron oxide (SPIO) tracer to a specific 3D voxel. Like Nuclear Medicine, the MPI image is “positive contrast” and the image quality is robust anywhere in the body, including the lungs and bone. MPI offers ideal contrast, because tissues produce zero MPI signal and because tissues are magnetically transparent. The MPI signal from 25-nm SPIOs tracers is so strong enough to detect 200 cells with quantitative, positive contrast anywhere in an animal. This sensitivity is superior to all positive-contrast, whole-animal imaging techniques. Some SPIOs are already FDA or EU safety approved, so clinical translation is feasible.  MPI scan times range from real time and spatial resolution is 1 mm.  Unlike Hyperpolarized 13C MRI methods and Nuclear Medicine methods, MPI’s SPIO reporters retain their magnetic signature indefinitely.   Hence, MPI has a distinct “half-life” advantage over scintigraphy techniques, and MPI has tracked stem cells for 3 months in vivo. Moreover, SPIO labeled tracers requires no cumbersome and slow “hot chemistry.  The field of MPI is rapidly improving, with new hardware and MPI-tailored SPIOs being developed to allow for single-cell sensitivity with 100-micron resolution.

Speakers – 

  1. Paula Foster- Robarts Research Institute

    Talk title: Molecular and cellular imaging, using MRI, MPI and other techniques

  2. Hamed Arami- Stanford University

    Talk title: SPIO chemistry

  3. Xinyi Zhou- UC Berkeley

    Talk title: MPI Applications

  • Steve Conolly & John Hazle

Imaging in 2020

September 23 – 27, 2018 | Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Topics will include innovative MRI contrast agents, simultaneous PET/MRI, high field MRI, Magnetic Particle Imaging, MR Fingerprinting, and advanced MRI analysis methods. Presentations will address a wide range of concepts, including synergies with other research fields, challenges and successes in clinical translation, and biomedical applications for transforming health care. Join us for the 11th bi-annual meeting September 23 – 27, 2018 at the Jackson Lake Lodge in the Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.