Latvian Medical Engineering and Physics Society unites medical engineering and physics, allied engineering and physics professionals, and stakeholders.



82RB in PET - a detailed look at cardiac blood sampling

The first LMIFB online seminar of the year will take place on 14 March at 19:00. Let's start this year's series with nuclear medicine! The topic of the seminar is "82RB in PET scans - a detailed look at cardiac blood sampling", where Anna Čakština, Senior Clinical Technologist in Nuclear Medicine at Manchester University Hospital, will talk about her experience. To register, fill in the form at We invite you to...


Deadline for abstract submission extended for NBC 2023

19th Nordic-Baltic Conference on Medical Engineering and Physics extends deadline for abstract submission to 12 March. Don't miss the opportunity to present your research at an international conference right here in Latvia!


19th Nordic-Baltic Conference in Biomedical Engineering and Physics

On 12-14 June this year, in collaboration with RTU - Riga Technical University, University of Latvia and University of Liepaja, we are organising the 19th Nordic-Baltic Conference in Biomedical Engineering and Physics. The conference will take place in Liepaja and professionals are welcome to attend and present and discuss the latest developments in the field. More information on the conference website See you in June...


A visit to the Nucleo medical centre

On 10 January, LMIFB members had the opportunity to visit the medical centre of "Nucleo" Ltd (, which is the only place in Latvia where a cyclotron has been installed. It is planned to produce radiopharmaceuticals for nuclear medicine diagnostic examinations with PET/CT equipment in the near future. During the visit, the members of the Society visited the cyclotron, the radiopharmaceutical production facilities and the PET/CT...


LMIFB Honorary Members Award Ceremony

On 2 December, a ceremony to honour the LMIFB Honorary Members took place at the RTU MTAF Dean's Meeting Hall. For their long-standing contribution to the launching of the field of medical physics and engineering in Latvia, its development, scientific and research activities, diplomas were awarded by the LMIFB Board. The diplomas were presented in person to Nina Mironova-Ulman and Yuri Dekhtyar. Unfortunately, due to personal circumstances...