Scientific committee 2019


WELCOME TO MENTON 2021 SAVE THE NEW DATES 11-13 september 2021

Registration Preliminary Program Abstracts submission ; abstracts can be submitted now !

Dear Colleagues,

We are happy to announce the 8th international workshop on PET in lymphoma and myeloma (PILM2020), which will be held in Menton, France, and postponed in September 11-13, 2021. Against the odds, a plethora of new issues is renewing the interest of clinicians, nuclear medicine doctors and physicists for PET and in general for medical imaging in lymphoma. The plenary session will include the following main topics: (1) PET and CART-cell in lymphoma, (2) the international project for MTV validation in lymphoma, which was launched during the 2018 edition of PILM; (3) Relationship between MTV and liquid biopsy in tumor burden assessment; (4) Relationship of MRD and PET for response assessment in lymphoma; (5) International criteria for PET reporting in Multiple Myeloma; (6) Can we use PET to modify current prognostic indices? (7) Artificial Intelligence (8) Is it necessary to modify the Lugano criteria? As in the previous editions of PILM a poster session, is planned. The most interesting selected abstracts will be presented by the Authors. This year the abstract presented by a young investigator (maximum 40 years) with the highest score attributed by reviewers will receive an award in memory of our colleague Alberto Biggi . The deadline for abstract submission for poster has been set on May 1st 2021.

The on-line registrations will start on January 2021. All information will be on the website of the PILM http://www.lymphomapet.com. The colleagues not part of the expert board already registered in 2020 will keep their registration and must get in touch with the board in any problem.

We hope that with such interesting agenda and thanks to your active contribution, the PILM 2021 will be even more exciting than the previous edition of the meeting. As consolidated tradition of PILM, a substantial time slot will be allowed for the discussion, as we trust on the informal format of the meeting and the friendly atmosphere of the discussion as the main reason of the success of PILM. Looking forwards to seeing you in Menton

Best regards

Michel Meignan michel.meignan-ext@aphp.fr

Andrea Gallamini andreagallamini@gmail.com

Corinne Haioun corinne.haioun@aphp.fr

Catherine Thieblemont catherine.thieblemont@aphp.fr

Luigi Rigacci LRigacci@scamilloforlanini.rm.it

Executive committee of the 2019 meeting :
Alina Berriolo, Anne Ségolène Cottereau, Salim Kanoun, Cristina Nanni,
Olivier Casasnovas, Stefano Luminari, Annibale Versari.

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