Newsletter #4

Newsletter #4

July 2020
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Welcome to the newest newsletter of COST Action Glioma MR Imaging 2.0. 

We hope that everyone is safe and healthy.

In this newsletter, we have a few updates, including the announcement of a webinar from Cercare Medical, a new section summarising the most recent glioma imaging publications as well as a call for papers. This month, we also welcome new members to our Action and, as usual, we introduce our Researcher of the Month. 

If you have any news or updates that you would like to share with our community, please do let us know. Don’t forget to share GliMR – we are a network that supports diversity, equality and inclusion     . 

Webinar – Save the date

AI-driven analysis of Advances Imaging Biomarkers for In-Depth Tumour Assessment

Save the date: September 16, 17:00 CEST | 11.00 EST
More information can be found here.

List of publications 

Joana Pinto (WG5) has compiled a list of the most recent publications related to glioma imaging. This list can be found in a new section of our website.

Any tips or suggestions regarding this section are more than welcome. WG5 is also recruiting new members who would like to be involved in this section.

Call for papers

Frontiers in Oncology (IF 4.1) is requesting articles for the Research Topic:
Structural, Metabolic and Physiologic MR Imaging to Study Glioblastomas”.

We would like to encourage our members to submit their work!

Welcome Switzerland and Serbia

We welcome some new participants from two new countries: Switzerland and Serbia

GliMR is currently a network connecting over 150 clinicians, engineers, and physicists from 26 European countries, one COST Near Neighbour Countries, and three International Partner Countries.

Researcher of the Month

Congratulations to our Researcher of the Month: Elli Paal
Don’t forget to nominate one of our colleagues for researcher of the month #4!
Elli Paal is a Neurosurgeon at the North-Estonia Medical Centre in Tallinn, Estonia
“I am a person of a very clinical background, a medical doctor and specialised in neurosurgery. Treating tumours surgically and following patients up is a regular part of my job. Gliomas are a very hot topic in all the related spheres – both clinical and pre-clinical- , and is a topic of particular interest to me – possibilities to differentiate deep seated lesions without putting the patient at risk from surgery and anesthesia, potentially better follow up. All of that is also an important part of the emotional and psychological well-being of the patient and therefore I am extremely excited to be a part of this project, so full of young enthusiasts eager to find solutions!” – Dr Elli Paal

GliMR Puzzle

Take a photo of your puzzle and tag us (@COST18206) – we will share the most original ones!


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