Exhibitions, meetings and symposia
The Medical Physics and Engineering Conference 2014
31st August - 2nd September, SECC - Glasgow
The theme for this years meeting is 'Engineering outstanding medical devices and techniques'. To find out all the latest news #MPEC2014 on twitter.
OSL will be showcasing a range of IBA Dosimetry equipment as well as the QUASAR 4D phantom.
Visit the MPEC website for details of how to register.
ASTRO's 56th Annual Meeting
14th - 16th September, Moscone Center - San Francisco
ASTRO's Annual Meeting is the premier radiation oncology scientific event in the world and draws more than 11,000 attendees each year. During the 2014 Annual Meeting, we will highlight science that showcases how technology and biology advance the field and improve patient outcomes and quality of life.
Visit the ASTRO website for more information.
Royal Marsden Breast Cancer Meeting
3rd October, The Royal College of Physicians - London
The 7th Annual Royal Marsden Breast Cancer Meeting aims to cover the most important recent developments in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
Attendees will be updated in diagnostic imaging, including local therapies, molecular diagnostics and medical treatments. The talks and discussions will be targeted at a multi-disciplinary audience and at the end of the day attendees will have been brought up to date on the latest developments in these key areas.
OSL will be exhibiting the INTRABEAM intraoperative radiotherapy system. We look forward to seeing you there.
Download the programme and register via the Royal Marsden website.
Oncoplastic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery Meeting
10th - 11th October, Eastwood Hall - Nottingham
This technical meeting covers topics such as Breast Reduction, Therapeutic Mammaplasty, Implant Reconstruction and much more.
An OSL product specialist will be on hand to provide information on the INTRABEAM system.
Cambridge Course on Intensity Modulated and Imaging Guided Radiotherapy
17th - 19th November, The Møller Centre - Cambridge
This extremely popular residential course is aimed at clinical oncologists, physicists, dosimetrists and radiographers, to consolidate their understanding of radiotherapy treatment planning with special emphasis on contouring, image guided and intensity modulated radiotherapy: The course uses a mixture of lectures and hands-on computing practicals to teach these fundamentals.
ProSoma virtual simulation software, distributed within the UK and Ireland by OSL, will be used during the course.
Visit the RCR website for more information.