Focused Ultrasound Foundation
Ultima Vez Modificado: 26 de junio del 2013
Dates: October 12-16, 2014
Location: Marriott North Bethesda Hotel and Conference Center
Sponsoring Group: Focused Ultrasound Foundation
Web Page URL: www.fusfoundation.org/Symposium
Topics Covered: Symposium topics include focused ultrasound applications in the brain, prostate, breast, liver, uterus, bone and other organs.
Objectives: The symposium will cover state-of-the-art applications of image-guided focused ultrasound, a breakthrough non-invasive therapeutic technology. The robust program features invited lectures, scientific sessions and panel discussions spotlighting the latest translational and clinical advances in MR-guided and ultrasound-guided applications. Symposium topics include focused ultrasound applications in the brain, prostate, breast, liver, uterus, bone and other organs. Participants will expand their knowledge, share ideas and build relationships that will serve as catalysts for future projects and collaborations.
Who Should Attend: Researchers, clinicians, industry, government
Agenda: Will be made available prior to the event on the website: http://www.fusfoundation.org/Symposium
Registration Information: Registration will be available at the website: http://www.fusfoundation.org/Symposium
Fees: To Be Announced
Continuing Education: Yes
Miscellany: About the Symposium: The symposium is the world's largest gathering of clinical and scientific experts advancing the field of image-guided focused ultrasound. It is a multidisciplinary collaboration forum for researchers, clinicians, industry and government experts from around the globe. As the leading global conference for clinicians in focused ultrasound, the symposium attracts established and emerging leaders to exchange ideas and drive progress for the rapidly expanding field of focused ultrasound.
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