Collaborative Computational Project in Synergistic Reconstruction for Biomedical Imaging


Harry Marquis Winner of the 2020 Arthur M. Weis, Award in Radiation Dosimetry and Safety of the SNMMI

We’re pleased to announce that Harry Marquis’s abstract to the 2020 Annual Meeting of the SNMMI was awarded the Arthur M. Weis prize. Harry’s abstract followed from a collaboration initiated during a CCP PETMR-funded exchange. See also


Palak Wadhwa abstract selected as one of Best of vEMIM 2020 Poster-Pitches

We’re pleased to announce that Palak Wadhwa’s abstract to the 2020 virtual European Molecular Imaging Meeting was selected as one of the Best Poster-Pitches in the Imaging Technologies theme. Palak’s abstract followed from work initiated during a CCP PETMR-funded exchange. See also

Abstract details:


Release of SIRF 2.2.0

We are delighted to announce the release of our Synergistic Image Reconstruction Framework (SIRF) Version 2.2.0.

The main changes of the 2.2.0 release are:


CCP PET-MR Awards 2020

CCP PET-MR gives 3 awards annually to the top 3 contributors (early career researchers) to the project, whether for contributions in software, education or administrative matters.

We are delighted to announce that Year 2020 awards go to:

Richard Brown (UCL) was ranked 2nd in the inaugural CoSeC Impact Award

Richard Brown (UCL) was ranked 2nd in the inaugural CoSeC Impact Award. The panel of judges provided the following feedback:

Richard is making an impact in the area of image reconstruction of PET and MR data and has good contacts with CCP PET-MR with application to PET and MR scanners. The benefit for science and society (in the medical arena) is clear. He is doing good work on an important development with real world benefits.

Synergistic Symposium Recordings

It is with great pleasure that we can share the recordings of the Synergistic Reconstruction Symposium.

We thank all the speakers and those who have given the consent for their presentation and/or video to be shared. Please notice that if some presentations are not available is because we did not get the consent to share from the author.


CCP PET-MR Hackathon 5

Venue: The Coseners House

Agenda: motion correction.

To register, please visit Registration closes on Jan 13.

As usual, the hackathon will be free and all travel and subsistence expenses will be reimbursed by CCP PETMR after the event.

PET/MR User's Meeting: technical challenges

Organised in collaboration with the Institute of Nuclear Medicine

Location: Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Rd, London NW1 2BE (near UCL).

All information on this event is at this link.

SIRF paper published

We are delighted to announce that the publication about SIRF is available online at the following link



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