This meeting has been organised by Bill Metcalf with domestic arrangements by George Freeman
This meeting is in two parts: a morning session devoted to the science and technology of medical imaging, and an afternoon session devoted to a selection of application areas. The technical input is on X-ray imaging, ultrasound, MRI and Nuclear medicine (including PET); the application areas are the brain, oncology and the cardiovascular system.
Venue: Library of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington Place, London
Chairman: Mike Quinton
10:00 Registration and coffee
10:50 Welcome and notices
11:00 Principles of X-ray imaging (including CT) Dr Elly Castellano The Royal Marsden
11:30 Principles of Ultrasound Dr Nick Dudley Lincoln County Hospital
12:00 Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Dr Martin Graves Addenbrookes, Cambridge
12:30 Principles of Nuclear Medicine (including PET) Dr John Dickson University College Hospital
14:00 Imaging the brain Dr Tilak Das CUH, Cambridge
14:30 Imaging in oncology Dr Tristan Barrett Addenbrookes, Cambridge
15:00 Imaging the cardiovascular system Dr Swamy Gedela Basildon & Thurrock
15:30 Summary and questions Dr Martin Graves Addenbrookes, Cambridge
Costs: Free: but £35 with lunch for a maximum of 50. There are plenty of eating places in nearby streets.
This is a London & SE Branch meeting and is open to visitors and the public free of charge. Please register through our new events site.
If you want lunch, which is a REMS event, please use this same link. Lunch will be in the Council Room, first floor opposite the library. It is a hot sit down buffet with wine.
Getting there: The RSC is in the top right hand corner of Burlington Place, Piccadilly.
Administration - George Freeman (email@example.com)
Programme - Bill Metcalf (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Abstracts and CVs will be available later for those who register.