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Malta Meeting

Malta Meeting

Glioma MR imaging 2.0
Action meeting
12 & 13 December 2019
Vivaldi hotel - Saint Julians, Malta
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In this document you will find the detailed program of the Glioma MR imaging 2.0 COST Action meeting. As the largest network event of the first Grant Period, this meeting is intended for the GliMR membership to get to know one another or reconnect with old colleagues. We will discuss current state-of-the-art glioma imaging diagnostics and brainstorm about how to increase the role of advanced imaging biomarkers within clinical research and practice.

Note that additionally this meeting is to contribute to the following deliverables of the Memorandum of Understanding of GliMR:

  • A review of advanced MRI biomarkers for glioma. (Working Group 1)
  • An overview of research studies into glioma within Europe. (Working Group 3)
  • Design research projects for international collaborations on glioma diagnostics (Working Group 3)

This meeting will be concluded with a Management Committee meeting. Amongst other things, this meeting is also to look towards the second year of the COST Action, which will run from the 1st of May 2020 to 30th of April 2021 and will include another large meeting. Please do not hesitate to share your thoughts and ideas about this, including the format and location.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Malta and making this a fruitful and enjoyable meeting.

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