The “Nuclear Medicine Days” took place between March 17 and 19, in hybrid format in Cluj-Napoca.

During this event, the IMAGO-MOL Cluster, a traditional collaborator of the congress, organized the round table “Translational research in nuclear imaging at the forefront of precision medicine”.

In the section we presented the national and international partnerships we facilitate, the “TRACE-MED” project as a translational research initiative in the field of nuclear medicine, the current funding opportunities in the field of RDI, and the representative of XVision associate, Ms. Andreea Purcaru, spoke about the use of artificial intelligence in medical imaging.

This year too, the IMAGO-MOL Cluster awarded the “Promising young scientist in nuclear medicine” prize, the winner being Dr. Mario Mutuleanu, Bucharest Oncological Institute “Prof. Dr. Alexandru Trestioreanu”, “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Nuclear Medicine Discipline.