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February 2020

iQ Winter School 2020 – Disease Modeling

February 12 - February 14
Noordwijk Noordwijk, Netherlands + Google Map

In a three-day programme, renowned scientists in the field of disease modeling will give introductory and in-depth lectures. Introduction in systems biology: Can a systems biologist fix a radio? Dr. Jeroen Jeneson (UMCG) In vivo and ex vivo readouts of mitochondrial function: What can we learn from the combination? Dr. Jeanine Prompers (UMCU) Evening Lecture: “Hello from the other side - lessons learned from starting a company” Dr. Wim van Hecke (Icometrix) Disease modeling in the Helius cohort. Prof. dr.…

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March 2020

MRI in radiotherapy course

March 9 - March 12
UMC Utrecht

MRI in radiotherapy is a growing field due to the introduction of MRI in the simulation phase for conventional treatments and MRI guided treatment delivery on MR-Linacs. Many departments of radiotherapy are currently introducing or extending the use of MRI for delineation of target volumes and organs at risk. Additionally, treatment monitoring during or after radiotherapy is emerging. For the implementation process, understanding of MR physics is useful and practical.

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June 2020

Red Hot Fluorine (19F) MRI and Small Animal MRI Symposium (SAMS)

June 3 @ 19:00 - June 5 @ 18:00 UTC+1
Roy Lichtenstein Lecture Hall Dusseldorf, Germany + Google Map

With both approaching their 3rd edition, Red Hot Fluorine (19F) MRI and Small Animal MRI Symposium (SAMS) decided to join forces and hold a joint meeting. The idea is to discuss and foster 19F research in combination with preclinical MRI studies. The focus will be on presentation and discussion of latest results, major developments and future directions in the field, but also technical problems and their solutions. For this reason, the symposium aims to gather representatives and contributions from all around Europe and beyond. Registration and Abstract Submission will open…

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