Satellite Symposia

Hear directly from industry in these popular one-hour virtual presentations. Pre-registration is not required, but encouraged to receive any pre-meeting materials from the organizing company. Note: CE Credits not offered for these Satellite Symposia.

Friday, June 11

3:45–4:45 pm ET

Satellite Symposium
Sponsored by GE Healthcare

Satellite Symposium
Sponsored by Pfizer

5:00-6:00 pm ET

Theranostics and the Future: How to Prepare for these Life-Saving Therapies
Sponsored by Cardinal Health

Advancing the Clinical Frontiers of Ultra-high-resolution Digital PET
Sponsored by United Imaging


  • David M. Schuster MD, FACR, Professor, Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences, Emory University School of Medicine, Director, Division of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, Emory University School of Medicine
  • Simon R. Cherry, PhD, Co-Director, EXPLORER Molecular Imaging Center, Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Department of Radiology, UC Davis Health 
  • Ramsey D. Badawi, PhD, Co-Director, EXPLORER Molecular Imaging Center, Co-Director, Comprehensive Cancer Center Biomedical Technology Program
    Chief, Division of Nuclear Medicine, Vice-Chair for Research, Department of Radiology, Professor, Division of Biomedical Engineering
    UC Davis Health
  • Dr. Lorenzo Nardo, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology, UC Davis Health
  • K. Lance Gould, MD, Distinguished University Chair in Cardiovascular Medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth)

In this session the panel will discuss the cutting-edge clinical and research impacts of ultra-high-resolution digital PET that are advancing the paradigms of molecular imaging. You will learn about the: 

  • Most recent clinical and research impacts of total-body PET  
  • Clinical use of high-resolution digital cardiac PET with Rb-82  
  • Impact of PET AI reconstruction in routine PET imaging 
  • This session will include an interactive Q&A.

Saturday, June 12

10:30–11:30 am ET

Satellite Symposium

Sponsored by GE Healthcare

Cardiac PET: Practical Considerations in Starting a Program
Sponsored by Jubilant Radiopharma

Rupa M Sanghani, MD, FACC, FASNC, Associate Professor of Medicine, Director of Nuclear Cardiology and Stress Laboratory, Rush University Medical Center


  • Practical issues to consider before starting a cardiac PET program (financial and design)
  • Hardware and Software considerations for Cardiac PET.
  • How to train your staff when beginning cardiac PET.

11:45 am–12:45 pm ET

The Role of PET in Post-Prostatectomy Radiotherapy
Sponsored by Blue Earth Diagnostics, a Bracco Company

Ashesh Jani, MD, MSEE, FASTRO, James C. Kennedy Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University

In this session the clinical need for molecular imaging for recurrent prostate cancer will be reviewed, with particular emphasis on the post-prostatectomy radiotherapy setting. The role of PET imaging in guiding management decisions and influencing treatment outcomes will be reviewed, including sample case scenarios. The design and results of the EMPIRE-1 randomized trial will be reviewed, and future directions of the role of PET in prostate cancer will be discussed. No CE credits will be provided.

Satellite Symposium
Sponsored by Cyclomedical

Sunday, June 13

12:45–1:45 pm ET

Satellite Symposium

Sponsored by PETNET Solutions

PSMA-PET | Integrating Imaging with the Care Team
Sponsored by Telix Pharmaceuticals

Monday, June 14

12:45–1:45 pm ET

Satellite Symposium

Sponsored by Biogen

Practical Applications and Clinical Utility of a PSMA-Targeted PET Imaging Agent: Implications for Urology and Radiation Oncology
Sponsored by Lantheus

Tuesday, June 15

12:45–1:45 pm ET

Novartis’ Commitment to Targeted Radioligands in Oncology
Sponsored by Advanced Accelerator Applications, A Novartis Company


Stephen Moran, PhD, Global Program Head, Global Drug-Development, Advanced Accelerator Applications, a Novartis company

Updates on Novartis’ commitment to research in targeted radioligands and the scientific rationale for patients with cancer

Biograph Vision Quadra First Impressions – A quantum leap in PET/CT imaging
Sponsored by Siemens Healthineers

Prof. Dr. Med. Axel Rominger, Director of the Department of Nuclear Medicine, Insel Gruppe AG
Katherina Swystun, Global PET/CT Product Marketing Manager, Siemens Healthineers Molecular Imaging

During this event, Prof. Axel Rominger, the director of the department of nuclear medicine at Switzerland’s Inselspital, Bern University Hospital, will share his first impressions and experiences, as the first worldwide user of the next generation whole-body PET/CT scanner, Biograph Vision Quadra1. Additionally, we will highlight how Biograph Vision Quadra combines the best of both worlds: an extended axial PET field of view (FoV) with industry-leading detector technology, to expand the boundaries of research and reshaped clinical outcomes.

1 Biograph Vision Quadra is not commercially available in all countries. Its future availability cannot be guaranteed. Please contact your local Siemens Healthineers organization for further details.