#ECR2022 Begins Soon!

#ECR2022 Begins Soon!
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The European Congress of Radiology 2022 (ECR) will take place on July 13-17 in Vienna. The Congress will be onsite (and streamed online) and will deliver a multidisciplinary programme along with exciting social events and a buzzing industry exhibition. 


ECR is one of the leading events in radiology - one of the largest medical meetings in Europe and the second-largest radiological meeting in the world. Attendees at the Congress will span all areas of the radiology arena, including radiology professionals, radiographers, physicists, and industry representatives.


ECR 2022 will continue its journey to build bridges between radiologists and radiographers along with clinical, research, and industry partners and patients. Experts from various clinical disciplines will share their insight and knowledge during the scientific sessions. 


There will be several events of interest, from plenary lectures to talks by visionary leaders, the opportunity to network with mentors and meet industry representatives at lunch, to sharing your opinions and thoughts at an open forum in the afternoon. Congress attendees will also be able to enjoy some leisurely activities in the new Summer Lounge and dance the night away at the ECR party in the beautiful city of Vienna. 


The Cube will also return this year at ECR 2022 with a variety of sessions and exciting hands-on experiences for those interested in the field of interventional radiology (IR). ECR's Cube offers a holistic, engaging, hands-on introduction to IR, covering peripheral, central, oncology, and neurological interventions. 


Another highlight @ECR 2022 will be Artificial Intelligence, currently one of the hottest topics in radiology. There will be many scientific sessions on AI, ranging from machine learning, deep learning and big data. 


All this and much more at #ECR2022. Click here for the scientific programme. 


Source: European Congress of Radiology

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