Welcome message

On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee, I am pleased to invite you to join us for the virtual NRM 2021 meeting from December 14 – 16, 2021.

Due to the pandemic situation, the NRM 2021 will remain a virtual meeting. The NRM 2021 will offer an exciting scientific and virtual social program for discussing the latest research involving PET neuroreceptors. Over the three-day NRM meeting, one can expect excellent scientific sessions.

We are preparing an extraordinary meeting for you. We are looking forward to meeting you this coming December.

We hope to see you all online in December 2021.

NRM2020 / NRM2021
Organizing committee

Why attend the NRM 2021?

Since 1997, the NRM convenes experts in the field of neuroreceptors and serves as a platform to discuss the latest breakthroughs in quantifying neuroreceptors in the human brain using Positron Emission Tomography (PET).
A wide range of methodological advances are traditionally discussed, including novel brain molecular imaging agents, pharmacokinetic analysis, radio metabolites and analytical methods are traditionally discussed in this meeting.
Furthermore, the NRM includes sections devoted to neuroreceptor abnormalities in neuropsychiatric and neurological conditions with particular attention to quantification of protein aggregates in neurodegenerative conditions.


Sept 20, 2021 (extended) | Abstract submission

Oct 28, 2021 | Early Bird registration

Latest News

September 14, 2021
Abstract submission deadline was extended to Sep 20, 2021 23:59 p.m. (EST)


September 10, 2021
Information on conference fees are available. more …


September 03, 2021
Conference date moved to Dec, 14-16 2021


August 28, 2021
PET-PK meeting 2021 | The PET-PK course will take place in July 2021 (Link to course). This is a unique opportunity to learn the basics of PET quantification from the leaders of the field.

July 01, 2021
Abstract submission has opened

Note for Abstracts submitted in 2020

In case you submitted one or more abstract for the 2020 NRM please refer to the instructions.

Thank you for your attention