Radiolabelled prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA) is increasingly used in imaging prostate cancer. PSMA theragnostics is emerging as a useful therapy in the treatment of mCRPC. This one-day masterclass covered the spectrum of tracers and techniques related to PSMA theragnostics with lectures, panel discussions and relevant information for clinical practice. The masterclass was comprised of four sessions by clinical colleagues from the UK, Germany, Netherlands and South Africa.
This event was run in association with University College London Hospital.
- To review current role of radionuclide PSMA imaging in prostate cancer: tracers, indications, variants and pitfalls
- To understand how to report PSMA PET-CT scans
- To review current evidence and clinical trials
- To review current role of radionuclide PSMA therapy in prostate cancer: patient selection, administration, side effects and complications
- To learn how to set up a theragnostic unit
Who should attend?:
Nuclear Medicine and oncology professionals including physicians, surgeons, nuclear medicine technologists, radiographers, nurses, physicists, healthcare professionals who specialise in nuclear medicine, oncology and treating patients with radionuclide therapies.
- Dr Mark Prentice, Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust
- Dr Daniela Elena Oprea-Lager, Nuclear Medicine Physician, Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Amsterdam University Medical Centers, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
- Dr Asim Afaq, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Radiology, Carver College of Medicine, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics and Honorary Consultant Radiologist, Institute of Nuclear Medicine, UCL/UCLH
- Dr Dimitrios Priftakis, Nuclear Medicine Consultant, University College London Hospital
- Dr Yong Du, Consultant in Nuclear Medicine, The Royal Marsden Hospital
- Prof Mariza Vorster, Nuclear Medicine Physician, PhD Head of Department & Associate Professor: Nuclear Medicine, UKZN/IALCH,President of the College of Nuclear Physicians at Colleges of Medicine of South Africa
- Dr Simon Wan, Consultant Radiologist, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Dr Richard Meades, Radionuclide Therapy Lead Physicist, The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
- Dr John Dickson, Head of Clinical Nuclear Medicine Physics, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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