TEIA acknowledged VIVOIMAG in the following presentations:
- “Nanomedicine and Medical Physics: Trojan horse for funding and innovation?”, Seminar Room, Center for Med. Physics & Biomed. Eng., Floor 4L, Medical University Vienna, 17 December 2014.
The project has been referenced in terms of the courses:
- Nanotechnology in Medicine (George Loudos). Undergraduate course in terms of the 6th semester at the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
- Molecular imaging (George Loudos). Master course in terms of the Medical Physics program in University of Patras.
- Velez, E. Fragogeorgi, E. Efthimiadou, M. Georgiou, P. Papadimitroulas, M. Pita, J. Daich, G. Rosenblat, S. Meretzki, S. Laurent, R. Muller, G. Loudos
Multimodal imaging of the in vivo fate of bone transplants: “VIVOIMAG”
Annual meeting of TD1004 Theranostic COST Action, Belgrade 10-11 September 2015
- Fragogeorgi, P. Bouzioti, M. Georgiou, P. Papadimitroulas, M. Rouchota, E. Efthimiadou, G. Kordas, G. Loudos.
“VIVOIMAG” Multimodal imaging of the evolution of bone transplants.
Researchers’ Night Demokritos, Athens, 30 September 2016 (Poster)
In vivo imaging of nanoparticles in bone regeneration and in cardiology: the VIVOIMAG and CUPIDO European Projects example.
DYO FORUM, Athens 11-12 February 2017 (Oral)
- Georgiou, P. Papadimitroulas, E. Fragogeorgi, M. Rouchota.
Multimodal imaging of the in vivo fate of bone transplants: “VIVOIMAG”.
Athens Science Festival, Athens 1st April 2017 (Brochure)