Brain and Spine Imaging Conference

March 27-31, 2017

This comprehensive course includes didactic lectures on brain and spine diseases, with special sessions on vital differential diagnoses, reinforced with interactive case reviews presented as unknown cases. This unique intensive course is specifically designed for brain and spine clinicians and general radiologists, as well as neuroradiologists in both academic and non-academic environments. This gives an unprecedented experience for attendees to personally discuss individual cases with best-selling authors. Participants also have the opportunity to bring their own anonymous cases for discussion with these brain and spine imaging experts.

The goal of this conference, as with all University of Utah Neuroradiology conferences, is to give participants a wealth of practical knowledge that can be used immediately in their practice through the presentation and discussion of an exhaustive array of pathologies and using a plethora of cases.

Objectives

At the conclusion of the conference, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand relevant brain and spine anatomy issues.
  • Provide information on current imaging techniques and choosing the most appropriate studies for imaging the brain and spine.
  • Discuss differential diagnoses of the brain and spine based on imaging characteristics of pathology.

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Accreditation: The University of Utah School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Pricing

Practicing Physician $1600

($1700 after 2/23/2017)

Resident/Fellow/Military* $800

($900 after 2/23/2017)

Receive up to a 10% discount for previous attendees.  

Visit registration site for details.

*Letter is required for proof of Resident/Fellow/Military status. Please fax letter to Neurosciences Marketing & Public Affairs at 801.581.4585

In case of cancellation, a refund (less a $50 cancellation fee – provided that withdrawal is requested in writing) will be made. No refunds will be given after 2/23/2017. The University of Utah complies with

Disabilities Act by providing qualified individuals with disabilities access to University programs, services and activities. Reasonable prior notice is needed to arrange accommodations. Please call 801.581.8365 to request an accommodation.