As we begin the new year, we encourage you to mark your calendars for these important meetings.
You’ll have the opportunity to share the la focused ultrasound research, collaborate with leaders in the field, and brainstorm new ideas.
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The Winter School on Therapeutic Ultrasound
The French Alps provide a picturesque backdrop for the Winter School on Therapeutic Ultrasound 2015. Taking place March 8-13 in Les Houches, France, the Winter School will explore the emerging field of therapeutic ultrasound. Topics will range from an introduction to physics and biophysics through clinical applications.
Registration is now open and must be completed by January 31st. Learn more here.
International Symposium on Therapeutic Ultrasound
Marking its 15th year, the International Symposium on Therapeutic Ultrasound will convene April 15-18 in the historic center of Utrecht, the Netherlands.
Hosted by the International Society for Therapeutic Ultrasound (ISTU), the meeting is a primary forum for basic scientists, clinicians, students, and professionals in the field of therapeutic ultrasound. Its dual-track schedule will incorporate plenary lectures, 13 oral scientific sessions, and two poster sessions.
More information on registration and lodging is available at www.istu.org.
European Symposium on Focused Ultrasound Therapy
The European Focused Ultrasound Charitable Society will host its 3rd European Symposium on Focused Ultrasound Therapy, October 15-16 at the historic Royal Geographical Society in central London.
Organized by Prof. Wladyslaw Gedroyc, Dr. Alessandro Napoli, and Prof. Andreas Melzer, the meeting will intertwine scientific presentations with invited lectures on technical, preclinical, and clinical applications of FUS. The program will focus on practical teaching on how to carry out FUS procedures supported by clinical case by case based decision learning.
For more information on the meeting and how to become a member/supporter of the Society, visit www.eufus.org.