December 2021
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Artificial Intelligence in Neuro-oncology


25 – 27 July 2022

University College Dublin, Ireland

The preliminary program can be found here. The organising committee is still working to offer you an interesting program, brought by experts in the field. If you have a speaker suggestion, or relevant connections in the industry, don’t hesitate to contact the responsible organiser of that day.

We are investigating the availability of on-campus accommodation. The details will follow. We also received many questions regarding reimbursments when attending the training school. This information can be found in the COST Vademecum, but a summary relevant for trainers and trainees can be found here.
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