Journal: Molecular Imaging and Biology

Molecular Imaging and Biology presents original research contributions on the utilization of molecular imaging in problems of relevance in biology and medicine. The primary objective of the journal is to provide a forum for the discovery of molecular mechanisms of health and disease through the use of imaging techniques. Among the topics covered are molecular imaging investigations of macromolecular targets involved in significant biological processes; design and evaluation of molecular probes used to investigate macromolecular targets and their functions; and study of in vivo animal models of disease for the development of new molecular diagnostics and therapeutics. The overall goal is to translate basic science discoveries into molecular imaging of disease in patients, both to investigate the biological nature of disease in actual patients and to establish new molecular imaging diagnostic procedures. Molecular Imaging and Biology is the official journal of the World Molecular Imaging Society, the European Society for Molecular Imaging and the Federation of Asian Societies for Molecular Imaging.


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Upcoming WMIS Meetings

 CMR 2017 October 22-25, 2017 Durango, Colorado, USA  September 12-15, 2018 Seattle, WA  Imaging in 2020 in 2018 September 23-27, 2018 Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA

Interest Group Highlights

The WIMIS-IG has initiated a a short series of articles profiling women at different career stages in academic imaging science. Read the first in the series: Women in Leadership Roles in Imaging, by Helen McBride. Read the second in the series:Mid-Career Women, by Helen McBride.