Metal Complexes in Biology: Imaging and Detection, 24 – 27 September

Metal Complexes in Biology, Imaging and Detection


The Institute of Metals in Biology of Grenoble has organized the 8th International Conference from the 24-27 September 2019 in Villard de Lans. The village is located in proximity to Grenoble in the magnificent Vercours Mountains. The conference will be preceded by a summer school the 22-24 September focusing on both experimental and spectroscopic techniques in the scope of the conference.


This conference is localized in well reknowned scientific pole of Grenoble in Imaging and detection and it benefits from the exceptional environment provided by the institute of Metal in Biology of Grenoble.  RSC Advances is pleased to be sponsoring 2 oustanding poster presentation prizes.

RSC Advances Royal Society of Chemistry

The Conference

The conference covers all aspects of the use of metal complexes in biological imaging and detection, including:

– Spectroscopy (fluorescence X).

– Radiolabeling, emission tomography .

– Luminescence.

– Magnetic Resonance imaging (MRI).

– Contrast agents for PARACEST.

– In cellulo detection.

The Advanced Course 

This course will host a limited number of lectures given by internationally renowned scientists. The format of the courses will facilitate strong interactions between lecturers and attendees. The aim is to provide a top-level teaching in a highly stimulating and non-intimidating environment for graduate students, post-doc, and young scientists. Students and young researchers are strongly encouraged to attend these courses. Topics will focus on the use of metal complexes in spectroscopy, radiolabeling, luminescence, MRI and cellular imaging.

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