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GliMR Annual Meeting 2021

GliMR Annual Meeting 2021

GliMR invites all members for the second annual meeting, held virtually from the 3rd to the 5th of February 2021. Registration to open soon!
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After the tremendous success of our first meeting in Malta, GliMR invites all members for the second annual meeting, to be held virtually on 3-5 February 2021.

Registration information

Attending the second GliMR annual meeting is free of charge for all members, stakeholders, and interested third parties. However, registration is required. Note that registration is free, but we do ask you to only register if you plan to attend the meeting as places are limited.

Register before 27th January 2021, using this link.

Program at-a-glance

A more detailed program can be found here. This meeting will not be recorded.

MRI before treatment of glioma – Wednesday, 3 February 2021

Time (CET)Topic
08.45h – 09.00hWelcome
09.00h –  12.00h Invited webinars
12.00h – 13.00hDemo session: Diffusion imaging for glioma
16.00h – 19.00h Membership sessions
Panel discussion
Networking events

MRI for treatment planning of glioma – Thursday, 4 February 2021

Time (CET)Topic
08.45h – 09.00hWelcome
09.00h –  12.00h Invited webinars
12.00h – 13.00hDemo session: Perfusion imaging for glioma
16.00h – 19.00h Membership sessions
Panel discussion
Networking events

MRI for treatment follow-up in glioma – Friday, 5 February 2021

Time (CET)Topic
08.45h – 09.00hWelcome
09.00h –  12.00h Invited webinars
12.00h – 13.00hDemo session: Spectroscopy imaging for glioma
16.00h – 19.00h Membership sessions
Panel discussion
Networking events

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