The 29th European symposium on Ultrasound Contrast Imaging
January 18-19, 2024
On behalf of the organizers of the European Symposium on Ultrasound Contrast Imaging we are proud to announce that our 29th conference will take place on January 18-19, 2024 as a fully in-person event in the Mainport Hotel in Rotterdam.
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Our congress is designed to share the latest developments on contrast agents in radiology and cardiology, new imaging modalities, drug delivery, tissue targeted imaging, competing technologies and new potential clinical applications.
Orals & Posters
We offer the opportunity for scientists to present their own work to our global audience by either oral or poster presentation, and we especially encourage young scientists to do so. The conference offers engaging in lively discussions and exchanging knowledge and ideas.
Topic: Therapy/drug delivery with ultrasound-activated cavitation nuclei
Applicants: everyone doing an MSc or PhD or having obtained a PhD within 5 years of the symposium date (i.e. young investigators)
Oral presentation duration: 10 minutes
Award: winner will receive €1000
For further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rik Vos, PhD, Associate professor
Klazina Kooiman, PhD, Associate professor
Nico de Jong, PhD, Professor
Annemien van den Bosch, MD, Associate Professor
Folkert ten Cate, MD, Emeritus Associate Professor
Mike Averkiou, PhD, Associate Professor
University of Washington, USA
Mark Borden, PhD, Professor
University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Olivier Couture, PhD, Research Director
Sorbonne Université Paris, CNRS, INSERM, France
Beat Kaufmann, PhD, MD, Professor
University of Basel, Switzerland
Eleanor Stride, PhD, Professor
University of Oxford, UK
Flordeliza Villanueva, Phd, MD, Professor
University of Pittsburgh, USA
Our symposium shares the mission of the ICUS society, see https://icus-society.org/ , which we therefore endorse. Please feel free to visit the website and learn all about the clinical use and benefits of ultrasound contrast agents.