Medical University Vienna, Van Swieten Gasse 1A, Vienna, 1090, Austria
The "Imaging and Decision-Making in Cartilage-Regenerative Surgery" conference, set for April 22-23, 2024, in Vienna, Austria, explores the pivotal role of advanced imaging, especially Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), in cartilage repair. It emphasizes pre-surgical evaluation and post-surgery outcome assessment, aided by noninvasive imaging technologies like T2 mapping, dGEMRIC, sodium imaging, and more. Participants will delve into the MOCART Score and new compositional MRI techniques. In addition, the event offers hands-on wet-lab training and insights into the latest MRI and AI advancements in cartilage surgery, promoting education and scientific exchange in this vital field. Enjoy Vienna's rich culture alongside learning about cutting-edge cartilage repair methods.
The International Conferences on Medical and Health Science (ICMHS) slated for April 23rd-24th, 2024 in Miami, USA, focuses on showcasing ongoing research in the field. Scientists, scholars, engineers, and students globally, along with industry representatives, will share research activities, fostering strong research relationships between universities and industry. Facilitating direct exchange of novel ideas and practical experiences, the conference aims to forge business and research ties and seek international collaborations. Organized by The Institute of Research Engineers and Scientists (The IRES), the event includes invited lectures by prominent national speakers and recognizes outstanding papers with Best Paper Awards, acknowledging their significant contributions to the conference.
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