* All times are based on Canada/Eastern EST.

  • 8:00

    Canada/Eastern

    08:00 - 09:00 EDT
    Atrium Jean-Guy Paquet

    Breakfast and check-in

    9:00

    Canada/Eastern

    09:00 - 09:30 EDT
    Salle Hydro-Québec (ADJ-2530)

    Opening remarks and news from the network

    Updates from QBIN by co-directors Christine Tardif and Martin Lepage and communications officer Estrid Jakobsen

    9:30

    Canada/Eastern

    09:30 - 10:15 EDT
    Salle Hydro-Québec (ADJ-2530)

    Rising Star in Bio-Imaging in Quebec Lecture

    Imagerie moléculaire des maladies cardiovasculaires par tomographie par émission de positrons Matthieu Pelletier-Galarneau, Montreal Heart Institute Please note this lecture will be held in French Speaker introduction by Christine Tardif

    10:15

    Canada/Eastern

    10:15 - 10:30 EDT
    Atrium Jean-Guy Paquet

    Break

    Take an active break and try out the smoothie bike!

    10:30

    Canada/Eastern

    2 parallel sessions
    10:30 - 12:00 EDT
    Salle Hydro-Québec (ADJ-2530)

    Flash Talks 1. PET and CT : Animal and Human Models

    Abstracts 101-111 Each speaker will have 3 minutes to present their work with a maximum of 3 slides. The remainder of the session will be used for open discussion amongst presenters and attendees.

    10:30 - 12:00 EDT
    Théâtre de poche (POL-2113)

    Flash Talks 2. Methodological Advances : Part 1

    Abstracts 201-215 Each speaker will have 3 minutes to present their work with a maximum of 3 slides. The remainder of the session will be used for open discussion amongst presenters and attendees.

    12:00

    Canada/Eastern

    12:00 - 13:00 EDT
    Atrium Jean-Guy Paquet

    Lunch

    12:45

    Canada/Eastern

    12:45 - 13:15 EDT
    Départ du pavillon Desjardins

    Walking tour of UL campus

    Optional lunch time activity (~30 minutes)

    13:30

    Canada/Eastern

    2 parallel sessions
    13:30 - 15:00 EDT
    Salle Hydro-Québec (ADJ-2530)

    Flash Talks 3. Clinical bio-imaging and Human Studies

    Abstracts 301-314 Each speaker will have 3 minutes to present their work with a maximum of 3 slides. The remainder of the session will be used for open discussion amongst presenters and attendees.

    13:30 - 15:00 EDT
    Théâtre de poche (POL-2113)

    Flash Talks 4. Methodological Advances : Part 2

    Abstracts 401-413 Each speaker will have 3 minutes to present their work with a maximum of 3 slides. The remainder of the session will be used for open discussion amongst presenters and attendees.

    15:00

    Canada/Eastern

    15:00 - 15:30 EDT
    Atrium Jean-Guy Paquet

    Break

    Take an active break and try out the smoothie bike!

    15:30

    Canada/Eastern

    15:30 - 16:30 EDT
    Salle Hydro-Québec (ADJ-2530)

    William Feindel Lecture

    Intersection of misfolded proteins and vasculopathies - what, why and where in aging and dementia Sandra Black, University of Toronto Speaker introduction by Simon Duchesne

    16:30

    Canada/Eastern

    16:30 - 17:00 EDT
    Salle Hydro-Québec (ADJ-2530)

    Closing remarks and prize announcements

    17:00

    Canada/Eastern

    17:00 - 18:00 EDT
    Le Pub Universitaire

    Cocktail reception

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