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Variations in the practice of molecular radiotherapy and implementation of dosimetry: results from a European survey

Winner of the journal’s Best Paper Award 2018

The study assesses the current practice of molecular radiotherapy (MRT) and dosimetry across European countries via an electronic questionnaire. Analysis of 42,853 treatments demonstrates a wide variation in MRT practice across Europe and for different therapies.
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Congratulations to the authors: Katarina Sjögreen Gleisner, Emiliano Spezi, Pavel Solny, Pablo Minguez Gabina, Francesco Cicone, Caroline Stokke, Carlo Chiesa, Maria Paphiti, Boudewijn Brans, Mattias Sandström, Jill Tipping, Mark Konijnenberg and Glenn Flux!

The award was presented at the EANM Congress 2018. 

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EJNMMI Physics is an international platform for scientists, users and adopters of nuclear medicine with a particular interest in physics matters. As a companion journal to the European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, this journal has a multi-disciplinary approach and welcomes original materials and studies with a focus on applied physics and mathematics as well as imaging systems engineering and prototyping in nuclear medicine. This includes physics-driven approaches or algorithms supported by physics that foster early clinical adoption of nuclear medicine imaging and therapy.

EJNMMI Physics publishes original research articles, reviews, case reports, commentaries, and short communications, as well as article types with unique submission criteria, Young Investigator Articles and Teaching Files.

Young Investigator Articles: This category is reserved for young scientists in the course of their MSc or PhD studies who wish to present part of their undergraduate and graduate research in a scientific framework. Manuscripts should follow the structure of an original research submission, however, the content may be comprised of several sub-projects. Typically, young investigator reports entail a scientifically sound summary report of a short-term project or a PhD thesis.

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Featured Thematic Series: Imaging and dosimetry for radionuclide based therapy

Radionuclide therapy and molecular radiotherapy are established modalities for treatment of certain cancer types. In recent years there has been a significant expansion of new therapy options, radiopharmaceuticals and applications. Dosimetry is an essential component in the treatment chain to maximize the delivered absorbed dose to cancerous tissue while minimizing the dose to healthy organs. To highlight the rapid changes in this field and to address the remaining challenges, EJNMMI Physics is publishing an article collection on this topic.

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