10-12 September 2020
5 good reasons to attend
Ultrasound Meets Magnetic Resonance
To learn about new developments and applications of both methods
To present own scientific work
To discuss problems with the experts
To get practical „how to“ information from both: MDs and technologists
First time: hands on WS: 2 companies 2 fieldstrengths (1.5 and 3T)
Date to Remember
Abstract submission deadline – July 30, 2020
Although we are sensitive to the current situation and constantly monitoring the developments of the COVID-19 pandemic, we would like to reassure you that the Ultrasound Meets Magnetic Resonance Congress is currently scheduled to take place as planned.
Based on the recommendations of WHO, safety measures will be implemented:
- Cleaning teams will be focused on “sensitives” areas (reception, resting areas, toilets, handles and entry doors).
- Hydro alcoholic solutions and a reminder of hygiene rules will be present in all contained spaces (sanitary facilities) and at the reception desk. Masks will also be available upon request.
Those who decide not to travel, please note streaming of all sessions will be available. More information on the registration page.
We sincerely look forward to meeting you in Vienna.
MCA Events – Organising Secretariat
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
I would like to welcome you to Vienna, to the “Ultrasound meets Magnetic Resonance congress.
This year`s congress focuses on new developments in prenatal imaging, including method –related ones as well as the processing of acquired data. State of the art MR imaging and advanced MR methods are presented. Imaging results a related to outcomes- informations that help in future counseling of pregnant women. Another emphasis is laid on the diagnostic workup of potentially treatable conditions.
Completely new is a special track for technologists who will have a parallel session on Friday afternoon, but are of course welcome to attend all the other sessions too!
The hands on workshop on Saturday afternoon will offer the opportunity to attend fetal MR- examinations done at 1.5T and 3T magnets of two different providers each.
I also would like to encourage young investigators to present their work. The best oral presentations and posters will be awarded on the last day of the congress.
The location of the Congress, the Van Swieten Saal was built 1783/84 as a part of a military hospital. The name giver, the physician Gerard van Swieten implemented a transformation of the Austrian health service and medical university education in 1770. The Van Swieten Saal is located centrally and in walking-distance from the historical center of Vienna.
Have a great stay in Vienna!
New: Special track for technologists
Lisa Bartha- Doering
Vanessa Berger – Kulemann
Peter C. Brugger
Gerlinde Maria Gruber
Magdalena Sanz Cortes