There are exactly two weeks until we kick off our 20th annual international symposium of CT, and as we gear up for ISCT 2018 we can’t help but take a moment to reflect. Every year for the past two decades we have been thrilled to see how our symposium continues to evolve. From the caliber of faculty presenting to the scope and breadth of topics covered, year after year the ISCT symposium grows and changes. For a symposium focused on computed tomography, though, that shouldn’t be too surprising.
One of the things we love most about CT is that it’s such a dynamic modality. The changes we’ve seen in computed tomography over the past two decades are astounding. From the technology itself and applications for CT to the way we as physicians approach the scanning and diagnostic process, modern day computed tomography is, in a way, an exciting modality that’s being rediscovered each and every day.
That’s why for 20 years we’ve made CT the sole focus of our annual international symposium, and it’s why even after two decades there’s still so much left to learn. Don’t miss a chance to explore the latest changes in CT with radiology experts who have made the pursuit of CT research one of the primary focuses of their careers.
This symposium offers such a unique opportunity to broaden your knowledge, become truly informed on a granular level about the changes and challenges posed to CT, and collaborate and build relationships with likeminded peers who will both challenge and inspire you. It’s something you can’t get from online learning, and it’s something often taken for granted.
Whether you’ve been on the fence about attending an ISCT symposium for the first time or have been with us since the beginning, we urge you to join us this September as we celebrate 20 years of ISCT symposia with our most impactful symposium yet.