On November 8, radiologists, radiographers, radiological technologists and professionals from related fields will celebrate the eighth International Day of Radiology (IDoR 2019) all over the world.
Clinical application: Staging breast cancer
K. Pinker-Domenig, New York/US; Vienna/AT
December 12, 2019
Free of charge for EUSOBI members of 2019 and/or 2020!
May 24-27, 2020
Mark your calendar with the following important deadlines:
- November 15, 2019: abstract submission deadline (2-4 page text)
- January 5, 2020: author notification day
- February 10, 2020: text submission deadline (6-8 page text)
- April 1st, 2020: Early bird registration deadline
- Exchange knowledge and scientific and technical information
- Uniform training programmes in breast imaging for European (and Non-European) radiologists and professionals
- Support and improve research and training
- Organise scientific meetings and events to ensure a continuous education in breast imaging
- Bring people together
- Improve information to women
The European Society of Breast Imaging (EUSOBI) is a non-political and non-profit society with the main goal of supporting the medical field of breast imaging in the widest sense of the word.
EUSOBI is dedicated to support research and education of the best actual screening, diagnostic and interventional practice within the European breast radiology community and beyond – as well as to publicise these methods to patients.
Membership of the society is open to all European (and Non-European) radiologists and professionals, who have an interest in any aspect of breast imaging.
Please find below upcoming EUSOBI events as well as other breast related meetings which could be of interest to you:
ESOI/ESSO/EUSOBI Joint Multidisciplinary Webinar
Breast cancer: A multidisciplinary approach to imaging in neoadjuvant treatment. This webinar is open to active ESOI, ESSO and EUSOBI members.
Online Webinar | Organizer: ESOI, ESSO, EUSOBI
EUSOBI Diagnostic and Interventional Breast Ultrasound Course 2019
The course is supposed to give hands-on experience of automated 3D Ultrasound, US-guided biopsy, lesion localisation and minimal invasive therapy of breast lesions. Lectures of European experts in breast ultrasound will alternate with hands-on workshops.
Vienna, Austria | Organizer: EUSOBI
EBCC-12 European Breast Cancer Conference
The goal of EBCC-12 is to promote the establishment and implementation of a European multidisciplinary platform for scientific exchanges about all aspects of breast cancer, from bench to bed side.
Barcelona, Spain | Organizer: European CanCer Organisation
Global Breast Cancer Conference 2020
As one of the biggest breast cancer conferences in Asia, the GBCC takes place every year to gather people from all walks of life including medical professionals, researchers, policymakers, patients, and guardians to come up with multi-scientific strategies to effectively diagnose and treat breast cancer, and ulimately to promote women's health.
Seoul, Korea | Organizer: Korean Breast Cancer Society
International Workshop on Breast Imaging / IWBI 2020
IWBI is designed as a platform to present the latest technological developments and clinical experiences with novel breast imaging technologies, including not only digital mammography and tomosynthesis, but also breast CT, MR, ultrasound, optical and molecular imaging. Additional topics include multimodality imaging, image processing and visualization, and computer aided imaging.
Leuven, Belgium | Organizer: KU Leuven / UZ Leuven
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