Application Deadline: May 25, 2021
ESOI is pleased to award up to ten (10) bursaries to assist early-career members of the European Society of Oncologic Imaging to attend the conference and present their work as an oral or poster presentation. Each ESOI Meeting Bursary includes a free registration.
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Clinical/Research Fellowship in Hybrid Imaging in Oncology
Application Deadline: March 15, 2021
The imaging department in Gustave Roussy Cancer Campus Hospital (Paris Saclay University) (Villejuif, France) in France (south suburb of Paris) (head: Dr. Corinne Balleyguier) includes two main departments: nuclear medicine department and radiology department. Gustave Roussy hospital has been stated in 2020 as the 5th world’s best cancer center in the world, in terms of clinical and research activities. Imaging in radiology and nuclear medicine is focused on cancer patients, from screening to post treatment imaging. All types of cancer are treated in Gustave Roussy. The radiology department includes 2 CT scanners, one equipped with dual tube technology, 2 MRI (1.5 and 3 T), 1 breast imaging unit equipped with 3 digital mammography units with contrast-mammography, tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound with shear-wave elastography, and XRay and ultrasound units with experiences in contrast ultrasonography. A brand new nuclear medicine department opening in June 2021 will be equipped with 2 new digital PET-CTs and 1 new SPECT-CT. The nuclear medicine department has a high experience in neuro-endocrine tumors, thyroid tumors particularly. Strong collaboration between the clinical departments (especially breast oncology department, surgery, pathology, pediatrics …) allows optimal patient management and fruitful research. Radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians are involved in patient management with multidisciplinary sessions (more than 18 /week). Research in imaging oncology in radiology and nuclear medicine, artificial intelligence, biomarkers is encouraged in the department, part of the research lab BIOMAPS (Paris Saclay University).
During 2021/2022 one place will be available for a recently board-certified European radiologist, who is a full member of ESR. Applicants can apply for a research/clinical fellowship.
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Research Fellowship in Imaging of Cancer
Application Deadline: February 15, 2021
The Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam is a Comprehensive Cancer Center with a focus on innovation in research and treatment of cancer patients. The department of radiology provides highly subspecialised diagnostic and interventional oncology service in almost all tumour types. The clinical and translational research at the department is multidisciplinary in collaboration with surgery, radiotherapy and other clinical specialties. It focuses on imaging for the assessment of response to cancer treatment with validation in particular of functional MR parameters. The research in rectal cancer MRI is an internationally recognised track and many related projects are taking place. The MR rectal research extends to other cancer types including breasts, lung, colon, liver, melanoma, brain and head and neck tumours. Another important focus of research is Radiomics and image segmentation. The imaging research at the Department of Radiology is performed and supervised by an international team of PhD fellows, post doc scientists, radiologists, surgeons and radiotherapists. The combination of an inspiring research infrastructure and atmosphere together with a high volume cancer care facilitates many relevant and innovative clinical imaging projects in our Comprehensive Cancer Center.
During 2021/2022 two places will be available for recently board-certified radiologists, who are full members or corresponding members of ESR.
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Master in Oncologic Imaging
We are happy to share an opportunity of E-Learning in Oncologic Imaging provided by the University of Pisa in cooperation with ESOI as follows:
The University of Pisa will start in November an online one-year Master in Oncologic Imaging, to provide integrated notions of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine in oncology. The Master is aimed at graduates in Medicine and Surgery with a Board certification in Radiology or Nuclear Medicine.
E-learning will be provided through online courses.
Attendance of ESOI webinars will be included in the Master teaching programme and accredited to obtain the Master Degree.
Master in Oncologic Imaging Programme and Information
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Updated European Training Curriculum for Radiology
The European Training Curriculum for Radiology (former European Training Charter for Clinical Radiology) is designed to provide a valuable template for training radiologists and to enhance the quality of care for patients throughout Europe.
The 2020 edition of the ETC was created in close collaboration with relevant Subspecialty and Allied Sciences Societies. The updated edition contains such novelties as introduction paragraphs for Levels I and II as well as fully reworked chapters on Medical Imaging Informatics.
For more, visit the ESR Website.
EACR 2021 Virtual Congress
June 09-12, 2021
Deciding to attend the EACR 2021 Virtual Congress, the 27th Congress of the European Association for Cancer Research, will be one of the best choices you make for your research and career in 2021! It will be a four day virtual congress dedicated to basic, preclinical and translational cancer research across a wide breadth of topics.
Access a world of great science from your home, office or lab. Participants will enjoy great international speakers, many networking opportunities and lots of chances to present their own research.
Abstract submission / Bursary application deadline: 08 March
Early rate deadline: 05 May
We’re awarding a number of free registrations to help researchers from countries with low or middle-income economies to attend and present their work.
CLICK HERE to receive more information.
ESOI reaches out to other societies!
ESOI is proud to have established close relations with a number of international non-radiological societies that play crucial roles in the field of oncology. By identifying common grounds for collaboration, ESOI aims to work together with its esteemed partners to extend, strengthen and promote multidisciplinarity in cancer management.
Alongside multidisciplinary collaboration, ESOI strives towards working together with national radiological societies as well as other radiological subspecialty societies with the aim of ensuring and providing high quality education.
Collaboration between ESOI and EACR
ESOI is proud to announce their signed Memorandum of Understanding with the European Association for Cancer Research.
Collaboration between ESOI and European Cancer Organisation
ESOI is proud to announce their membership with the European Cancer Organisation.
Collaboration between ESOI and ESDO
ESOI is proud to announce their signed Memorandum of Understanding with the European Society of Digestive Oncology.
Collaboration between ESOI and ESSO
ESOI is proud to announce their signed Memorandum of Understanding with the European Society of Surgical Oncology.
Collaboration between ESOI and ESTRO
ESOI is proud to announce their signed Memorandum of Understanding with the European SocieTy for Radiotherapy and Oncology.
Collaboration between ESOI and SOII
ESOI is proud to announce their signed Memorandum of Understanding with the Society of Oncologic Imaging India.