Meeting the challenges of tomorrow’s medicine is now made possible with the iMiGiNE system installed in Nancy
We are proud to have partnered with Nancyclotep and provided their state-of-the-art technical platform with an iMiTRACE cyclotron and an iMiLAB radiochemistry. These systems will allow us to promote the research and development of new molecules of clinical interest, specifically for theranostics and VIRT.
PMB and CEA Announce the Commissioning of iMiGiNE at Frederic Joliot Hospital (Orsay), Paving the Way for Next Generation Molecular Imaging Diagnostics
An automated radiopharmaceutical production system iMiGiNE has been installed in Frederic Joliot Hospital (CEA) in Orsay, France and commissioned in December 2020. This disruptive system will revolutionize the radiopharmaceutical production, access and distribution. iMiGiNE will allow clinical centers to directly access disease-specific radiopharmaceuticals, otherwise rarely available, and take a first step towards personalized molecular imaging.
iMiGiNE 3D Virtual Booth
ASTRO 2020: Exclusive Event on FLASH Radiotherapy & FLASHKNiFE
We are hosting an exclusive event on FLASH radiotherapy and FLASHKNiFE, with testimonials from experts in the field. Join us for this virtual experience and give us your thoughts on FLASH radiation therapy, current research and possible future treatments.
We are excited to be participating in the ASTRO for the first time! Use the code INVITE166 to register!
PMB-Alcen Announces the Launch of FLASHKNiFE, the FLASH Radiotherapy System Dedicated to Clinical Trials
PMB, a subsidiary of the ALCEN group, is proud to announce the launch of FLASHKNiFE, the FLASH radiotherapy system dedicated to clinical trials.
First patient treated with FLASH-radiotherapy LINAC at CHUV (Switzerland)
PMB is proud to have partnered with the University Hospital of Lausanne (CHUV) for the first treatment of a human patient with FLASH-radiotherapy, in Switzerland. A 75-year-old patient with multiple skin tumors, was treated using the ORIATRON eRT6, a LINAC specifically engineered to safely accelerate electrons in a “FLASH” mode.