The Radiological Society of North America's 96th Annual Meeting (RSNA 2010) is taking place next week from the 28th of November to the 3rd of December 2010, at McCormick Palace, Chicago.
The RSNA Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting is the world's largest scientific and educational forum in radiology. The six-day event offers the most relevant, cutting-edge science, education, and technology in radiology and medical imaging of any meeting, anywhere in the world.
RSNA meetings always bring interactive scientific sessions and presentations where latest in radiology and medical imaging field are discussed. This year, former President Bill Clinton is listed amongst the many high profile guest lecturers scheduled to attend the Annual Meeting, along with an expected 60,000 international medical and science professionals. RSNA 2010 will also feature 4,200 scientific papers and education exhibits, 700 technical exhibitors, more than 300 refresher courses and many special interest sessions and workshops.
More than 56,000 people attended the 2009 RSNA Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, including 26,363 professionals from more than 90 countries and this year is set to be an even bigger success.
For registration and more details please visit the RSNA website.