NORHEART`s Imaging in Cardiac Research is highly recommended for all PhD students involved in cardiac imaging projects; both to increase knowledge within own field of research and to expand the general understanding of imaging in cardiac research.
The course will provide insight into state-of-the art possibilities offered by echocardiography and MRI for cardiac research. Participants will learn how to apply these imaging modalities for assessment of cardiac structure, function, infarction, hypertrophy and fibrosis.
PhD students will learn practical skills in planning, conducting and publishing of imaging studies from experts in imaging and publishing, both from Norway and abroad.
The course will be held in Stavanger the 7-9th of March 2017. Participants will be accommodated in a hotel in the city center, with all costs for PhD students covered by NORHEART. Social events creating new networks for course participants will be part of the program.
Please be aware that the maximum number of participants is 20. Everyone with an interest in cardiac imaging is therefore encouraged to register as soon as possible. The course is hosted in collaboration with the University of Bergen and registered for 3 ECTS credits.
NORHEART-members please register here: CLOSED
If you are still interested, contact Helga Midtbø for the waiting list.
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