Young and aspiring radiologists and nuclear medicine clinicians are seeking more training and educational opportunities to advance their knowledge of hybrid imaging, which could lead to certification in the field, according to the results of a largely European survey published online on 26 April in Cancer Research.
We would like to kindly ask you to complete a short survey on PET/CT reporting! The aim of the survey is get a better understanding on how the reporting of those examinations is being conducted throughout Europe and the world.
French researchers have combined traditional PET-CT and ultrafast ultrasound imaging (UUI) to create a new hybrid imaging modality that can identify metabolic activities while capturing rapid phenomena with high resolution.
Are you coming to ECR 2018? We have compiled a selection of sessions that you should not miss if you are interested in hybrid, molecular and functional imaging! You can find it below.
If you cannot make it to all of them, here are the 5 ultimate highlights at the upcoming ECR
All members of ESHI are cordially invited to join the ESHI General Assembly 2018, which will be held during ECR 2018 in Vienna.
Representatives from ESHI and ESMOFIR are hereby announcing that these two subspecialty societies of the European Society of Radiology (ESR) will be merging, resulting in the European Society for Hybrid, Molecular and Translational Imaging (ESHI-MT).