Managers of Molecular Imaging Laboratories (MOMIL) Interest Group

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The MOMIL Interest Group is focused on technical issues in molecular imaging laboratories, including:

  • types of imaging instruments
  • maintenance and calibration methods
  • standard operating procedures
  • training documents

The MOMIL-IG is not directly focused on scientific strategies, such as designing and conducting specific molecular imaging experiments or studies.  Other resources within WMIS provide those resources, such as the annual WMIC meeting, the journal sponsored by WMIS, and other interest groups.  Within this context, the MOMIL-IG is highly synergistic with these other resources within WMIS.

WMIS invites you to find your place to grow, collaborate and make a difference – join the MOMIL Interest Group today.

Members: Interest Groups are open to current WMIS Members. If you are a WMIS member click the link below to join one of the WMIS Interest Groups. There is an annual Interest Group membership fee of $20 which is requested to help offset administrative costs.

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Non Members: If you are not a current WMIS member, click the link below to join WMIS and you will have an opportunity to chose membership in an Interest Group for an additional membership fee of $20 which is requested to help offset administrative costs.

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Members of affiliate MI Societies who wish to join WMIS Interest Groups should contact Sylvia Anderson at sanderson@wmis.org, or call 310-215-9730 for assistance.

Activities

Instrumentation Database
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MOMIL maintains a database of laboratory instrumententation that includes:

  • maintenance and calibration methods
  • standard operating procedures
  • training documents
  • other documents that pertain to the operation of molecular imaging laboratories

 
From the WMIC 2015 in Hawaii

Managers of Molecular Imaging Laboratories (MOMIL) Interest Group

Role of Industry and Academics in Advancing Molecular Imaging Research
Panelists:
Michael V. Knopp, MD, PhD, The Ohio State University Medical Center
Jack Hoppin, PhD, Co-Founder and Managing Director, inviCRO
Andrew Needles, Senior Manager of Product Innovation, FUJIFILM VisualSonics, Inc.
Michael Heidenreich, Technical Director, Bruker Biospin Corp.

The hybrid model: Integration of academia and industry towards to a common purpose
Patrick W. Phelps, President and CEO, Sofie Biosciences, Inc.

Simplicity. Accessibility. Do what you know best. Share.
Uri Rapoport, Founder, President & CEO Aspect Imaging

Opportunities, challenges and recommendations for industry partnerships
Allison Harney, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Academic partnerships in industry
Kevin P. Francis, Fellow, PerkinElmer

Partners, predators and principles
John Gore, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Molecular clinical imaging by means of real-time multispectral optoacoustic tomography (MSOT)
Christian Wiest, CEO, iThera Medical GmbH
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This was a free session with no special registration required. We also secured sponsorship money from various participating vendors to help provide light breakfast offerings.

Mission Statement

To globally advance the management of molecular imaging laboratories.

This Interest Group is designed for individuals who are responsible for the operation of molecular imaging instrumentation in individual research laboratories, facilities that support groups of researchers, or service organizations.