On February 2nd our CEO, Go van Dam, will present at the world’s largest photonics technologies event. He will elaborate on the impact of clinical fluorescence imaging for the development and validation of optical imaging tracers and technology in image-guided surgery and drug development. Feel free to join this session or contact us to meet any other time (outside) of the conference.
SPIE Photonics West takes place from the 1st till the 6th of February in San Francisco, California in The Moscone Center. The annual conference draws over 22,000 people to learn about recent research and products and connect with peers across different industries. Photonics West has three technical programs:
- BIOS – Biophotonics, Biomedical Optics, and Imaging
- LASE – Indusrial Laser, Laser Source and Application
- OPTO – Optoelectronics, Photonic Materials and Devices
Optical imaging, surgery and drug development: a successful triangle.
In this presentation Go will talk about the interdependence of optical imaging, surgery and drug development. He will share the latest developments within the field and the advantages of using imaging modalities for clinical translations.
At TRACER we provide the disruptive technology needed through the solution of applying molecular imaging technologies in early small smart clinical studies in several disease areas such as oncology, inflammatory, infectious and cardiovascular diseases.
SPIE Photonics West session details.
Go’s presentation is part of Session 7: Clinical Translation and Clinical Applications III. This session will take place on Sunday 2 February at 3:40-5:40 PM (PST). Add this session to your calendar here.