The 3rd edition of Advanced MRI In Neuro-Oncology (AMRINO) is here again!

This 2-day Neuroradiology Course/Workshop (July, 20th-21st 2018) in London, led by experienced Clinical Neuroradiologists and MRI Clinical Scientists, embraces the role of MRI in Neuro-Oncology.

The material will be exclusively centred on advanced MRI application techniques in Neuro-Oncology, the teaching sessions will be accompanied by interactive discussions with case material, and the hands-on workshops will familiarize the users with the advanced MRI post-processing.

Short lectures will introduce you to the main advanced MRI modalities (MR Spectroscopy, MR Perfusion Imaging, Diffusion-weighted and Diffusion Tensor Imaging, and functional MRI including task-based and resting-state) for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes (imaging-guided neurosurgery, intraoperative MRI, imaging-guided radiotherapy) in Neuro-Oncology laying the groundwork for clinically-orientated lectures, devoted to review the indications for advanced MRI and clarify the interpretation of the findings.

The attendees can participate in hands-on sessions using a state-of-the-art post-processing imaging platform in order to get familiar with the techniques in clinical routine or to remedy perceived weaknesses.

You may also bring and discuss your challenging cases!


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Benefits of attending

  • Revise the fundamental principles and appraise the importance of advanced MR techniques in Neuro-Oncology imaging.

  • Identify the clinical indications and benefits of advanced MR techniques in Neuro-Oncology imaging.

  • Interpret advanced MRI findings

  • Discuss routine and challenging clinical cases.

  • Practice and improve your skills in post-processing advanced MRI datasets using state-of-the-art imaging platforms.


Who should attend

  • Neuroradiologists and Radiologists with interest in Oncological Imaging

  • Radiographers

  • Clinical Scientists

  • Neurologists with focus on Neuro-Oncology

  • Neurosurgeons with focus on imaging-guided tumour resection

  • Application and product specialists from the industry