GliMR Annual Meeting 2021 – Detailed Programme

GliMR Annual Meeting 2021 – Detailed Programme

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Welcome to the second GliMR 2.0 COST Action meeting.

Dear Members of GliMR, Colleagues and Friends,

It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the GliMR Annual Meeting 2021, this year held online from 3rd to 5th February 2021.

The central theme of the meeting will be “Bridging Clinic and Research”. During these three days we hope you enjoy the scientific lectures covering glioma diagnosis, treatment planning and follow-up; technical demos on advanced MRI techniques and updates on the ongoing GliMR working group reviews on advanced glioma imaging.

In the afternoons we are confident that GliMR member’s presentations of their current work and future projects will help build stronger networks and fruitful collaborations on glioma imaging research. We also invite you to take active participation in the panel discussions on cellular and molecular glioma biomarkers, introduction of new MRI techniques to the clinic and multidisciplinary management of glioma patients.

On Thursday evening, we invite you to relax and have fun in a “Treasure Hunt”. And to close the meeting, we hope you grab a drink and join us in an informal and joyful gathering…

We are looking forward to welcoming you online!

The organising committee

Patricia Clement
Patricia Figueiredo
Radim Jancalek
Vera Keil
Teresa Nunes
Joana Pinto
Senol Piskin
Marion Smits
Esther Warnert
Evita Wiegers

Click on the images for more details. Version in PDF. This meeting will not be recorded.

Wednesday, 3 February 2021 – Advanced MRI for diagnosis

Thursday, 4 February 2021 – Advanced MRI for treatment planning

Friday, 5 February 2021 – Advanced MRI for follow-up

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