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Philips is now accepting junior research abstracts for the 14th Philips MDCT user meeting

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Coetser, Edna, NDIP Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

Philips is inviting junior researchers to submit abstracts from the last 12 months to be considered for presentation at the 14th Philips MDCT user meeting.

A jury will select the top five abstracts, and the authors will be invited to present their research at the 14th MDCT Users meeting in Brussels on 28 and 29 September, 2018, where the best abstract will be awarded. The invite will include travel and free registration for the meeting.

For an abstract to be considered, it must fulfill the following requirements:
  • Be no older than 12 months
  • Must have been submitted or published in a scientific journal or accepted as an abstract at an international scientific meeting (RSNA, ECR, ESC, etc.)
  • Research should’ve been done using a Philips CT.

Submit an abstract (via e-mail)

NOTE: The deadline for submitting abstracts is August 3, 2018.

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