#ECR15: Philips Lunch Symposia: Early Detection of Breast Cancer and more

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In trend with the evolving technology, at ECR 2015 Philips Healthcare will give you an insight into the latest upgrades in the field of radiology. All delegates are welcome to attend. Seats are limited on a first-come, first-served basis. Please arrive early to ensure your seat. 


Saturday, March 7th 
12:30 - 13.30 
Room N/O


Early Detection of Breast Cancer and Dose Reduction for Mammography and
Tomosynthesis


Moderator: Chris Varian Senior Manager, Mammography Solutions, Philips, UK


Photon Counting Technology: Early Detection and Dose Reduction for
Mammography and Tomosynthesis


Jonas Rehn, Senior Product Manager Mammography Solutions, Philips, Sweden


Spectral Lesion Characterization – Initial Clinical Results


Dr. Matthew G. Wallis, Consultant Radiologist, Cambridge Breast Unit ,

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK


Personalized Breast Care with a Spectral Breast Density Measurement


Dr. Rafael Salvador, Associate Professor of Radiology at the Autonomous

University of Barcelona, Chief of Radiology at the Breast Pathology Unit

of Hospital Vall d’Hebron and Director of the Private Center Imagine, Spain


Saturday, March 7th 
12:30 - 13.30 
Room Studio 2015


Widening the Spectrum of CT


Moderator: Alain Vlassenbroek, Clinical Scientist, Philips, Belgium


Imaging Biomarkers in CT: from the Idea, through Research to Clinical
Innovation


Dr. Angel Alberich-Bayarri, PhD Biomedical Imaging Research Group, La Fe

Polytechnics and University Hospital Valencia, Spain


Iterative Model Reconstruction (IMR) in Routine Clinical Use


Dr. Chee Yeong , Warrington & Halton Hospitals, UK


Innovations in Routine Spectral CT 


Speaker tbd


* Lunch boxes will be provided before the symposia


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Published on : Wed, 25 Feb 2015



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