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The symposium is jointly organised by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission and Kanazawa University. It will be held from 30 May to 1st June 2017 in Kanazawa, Japan.
The event will offer a forum for presentations on the latest developments in radiotherapy with alpha emitters in cancer treatment and provide the opportunity for scientific exchange and networking. Potential topics for presentations and discussions include clinical experience of treatment with alpha emitters, preclinical research, radionuclide production, instrumentation and dosimetry.
The symposium will start with a welcome evening reception on 30 May, followed by two days of oral and poster presentations in the Hōgaku Hall of Ishikawa Ongakudō concert hall. This year’s edition also marks two decades of Targeted Alpha Therapy international symposia, initiated by the JRC. Previous meetings were held in: