Session Highlight: Neuro CT At ISCT 2019

The ISCT 2019 neuro session promises to be an exciting, spirited update of the most important, high impact developments in CT neuroimaging! A large topic of discussion will be the rapid, widespread growth of CT & CT vascular imaging for acute stroke diagnosis & triage. Read more ->

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Call For Abstract Poster Presentations On Computed Tomography

The time has come, The International Society for Computed Tomography (ISCT) is now accepting abstracts for poster presentations to be presented at our 21st Annual Symposium on CT. The goal of this exercise is to encourage research and the exchange of new ideas and approaches in radiology, specifically computed tomography. Trainees are highly encouraged to submit. Accepted poster presenters must register for the symposium and be present - the ISCT will provide a $250 scholarship to accepted presenting authors.

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A Trip Down Memory Lane - Reflecting On The Benefits Of ISCT's Symposium

If there's one thing we love, it's seeing the incredible impact that our annual CT symposium has had on our attendees' lives, both personally and professionally. We've striven to create an educational conference that's both valuable and actionable, one that stays with attendees long after the symposium is over, and it's testimonials like this one that help show us we're accomplishing what we set out to do:

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The Evolving Role Of The Medical Physicist In CT Imaging: A Personal Reflection By Dr. Cynthia McCollough

ISCT faculty Dr. Cynthia McCollough discusses the evolving role of the medical physicist in CT imaging, the impact of continued education on a career, and how the ISCT symposium has had an instrumental role in her journey towards self-growth. 

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About ISCT's Education On-Demand

Two years ago we launched our state-of-the-art Education On-Demand site, where enduring content from our previous symposia is packaged and available for purchase as a way for members at all levels of the radiology community to enhance their CT knowledge, stay up to date on the newest industry protocols and innovations, and earn CME credits. Here's a little bit more about ISCT's Education On-Demand, and how you can use content from last year to prepare for ISCT 2019:

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Spotlight: Radiologist Arun Krishnaraj, MD, MPH

Meet ISCT 2019 faculty, Dr. Arun Krishnaraj. Each of the radiologists spotlighted on our blog bring something unique and valuable to our Computed Tomography Symposium. Arun Krishnaraj, MD, MPH is subspecialized in body imaging, is considered a leader in all the top radiology organizations and associations and has a unique perspective on how radiologists can serve as leaders for their practice or hospital.

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ISCT 2019: Earn Up To 26.25 CME Credits With Our CT Symposium

Continuing your medical education is key to establishing yourself as a relevant, valuable member of the radiology community, and finding the time to advance your professional knowledge is essential. ISCT’s 21st annual international symposium of CT is accredited by the ACCME, providing radiologists and technologists an opportunity to earn a whopping 26.25 credit hours of CME.

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48 Hours To Save $200 On Registration With Our Spring Sale

Spring has sprung, and with it comes the anticipation of things to come! There’s been a lot going on here at the ISCT - we recently announced our ISCT 2019 faculty, the final program is coming together, and we’re wrapping up our big Spring sale. Register by 11:59pm on Sunday, April 7th using the code APRILFOOLS and receive $200 off your registration!

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