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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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Earlybird Registration Is Open For ISCT 2019

ISCT’s annual symposium is a comprehensive computed tomography conference built year over year to be the most actionable, important, and lively event in CT. This year’s symposium will mark 21 years of collaboration and innovation for our organization since the introduction of multi-row CT. Join radiologists, physicists, technologists, residents, and practice administrators from across the globe for three and a half disruptive days of technical learning as we cover practical multi-spectral CT techniques and applications for clinical practice in 2019.

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Build Your Customized Agenda For ISCT's 2017 CT Symposium

We're less than three months away from our 2017 CT symposium, and we can barely contain our excitement! In case you missed it over the weekend, the PDF version of our full program is officially available (download it here). Whether you're a first-time attendee or an experienced veteran, we always recommend taking some time before the symposium to sit down and plan out a personalized agenda. Every year we offer hundreds of incredible talks presented by some of the best and brightest minds in radiology, so it's crucial that attendees go in with a game plan in order to best maximize their time. 

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Marilyn J. Siegel

ISCT16 was chock full of fabulous sessions and incredible speakers, but one of the faculty members who particularly blew us away this year was Dr. Marilyn Siegal. Marilyn, who currently serves as the Professor of Radiology and Pediatrics at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri, is the prime example of what each and every one of us in the industry should strive to embody.

She’s a recognized leader in pediatric radiology with a special interest in the use of cross-sectional imaging techniques for the evaluation of pediatric diseases, and Dr. Siegal has devoted her life to our industry. She’s an incredible doctor, a respected teacher, a well-loved scholar, and a pioneer of research.

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