G. DeVincentis Sapienza University of Rome Rome (Italy)
Giuseppe De Vincentis, MD PhD, has more than 25 years experience in Nuclear Medicine . He has authored more than 140 peer-reviewed journal articles, 10 proceedings articles, more than 100 abstract several invited lectures, dealing with several fields of application of nuclear medicine techniques, such as cardiology, pneumology, muscular disease, oncology, clinical application of new imagers, therapeutical applications of alpha emitters nuclides (TaT). He is Associated Professor of Nuclear Medicine, Department of Radiological, Oncological and Pathological Sciences, at " Sapienza" University of Rome
A.R. Jalilian International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Vienna (Austria)
Prof. Amir R. Jalilian has a PharmD. degree (1995), a PhD degree in Radiopharmacy (2000) followed by Postdoctoral fellowships from the University of Alberta, Canada and Yale School of Medicine, CT, USA. Until 2015, he was active in the development of new radiopharmaceuticals leading to the completion of clinical trials and the marketing of six radiopharmaceuticals. He has published around 300 scientific papers in peer-viewed journals and five books in various languages and supervised more than 50 MSc and PhD thesis. In 2015, he joined the Nuclear Sciences and Application Department, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Vienna Headquarters, Austria as a Radioisotope/Radiopharmaceutical Chemist. He is leading four IAEA international Collaborated Research Projects (CRP) on the topic of radioisotope and radiopharmaceutical production.
Sean L. Kitson Department of Biocatalysis and Isotope Chemistry Almac Sciences Almac House Craigavon (Northern Ireland)
Dr Kitson is an Investigator of Radiochemistry at Almac, UK. He has over 15 years of experience in the synthesis of carbon-14 labelled compounds. Dr Kitson is the Editor-in-Chief of Current Radiopharmaceuticals published by Bentham Science Publishers and the Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy. He has published over 45 research, reviews and commercial articles in the area of carbon-14 synthesis and medical imaging. His contribution to radiochemistry was acknowledged by winning the 2006 Wiley Journal of Labelled Compounds and Radiopharmaceuticals Young Scientists Award. Since, 2007 he has been a Member of the Scientific Committee for the International Isotopes Society (IIS) UK group.