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Stereotactic Radiosurgery & Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy Symposium
May 7, 2020 - May 8, 2020
The Irish Sterotactic and Radiosurgery Scientific Committee are delighted to announce we will be hosting the Irish Annual Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy Symposium on 7th -8th May 2020, at Herbert Park Hotel Dublin.
This event has an exciting programme on SRS/SABR. Highly regarded International Speakers from USA, Canada and Europe will present their expertise in the field of Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy. Speakers from all national centers providing SRS/SABR (including Beacon Hospital, St Luke’s Radiation Oncology Network, and Hermitage Medical Clinic) will present their experience with these techniques.
Our Symposium is a unique opportunity for radiation oncologists, neurosurgeons, surgeons, oncologists, medical physicists, therapists, Oncology Nurses, industry leaders and all SRS/SBRT healthcare providers to come together in a professional environment to exchange knowledge, break down barriers and work together to advance the field of Sterotactic Radiosurgery and Sterotactic Ablative Radiotherapy
This year’s symposium will cover clinical and technical aspects of SRS/SBRT intracranial and extracranial applications. Join your colleagues and industry leaders as we exchange information and ideas during lectures, panel discussions , poster exhibition, and workshops.Scientific abstracts are welcome from attendees for the poster exhibition. At the end of Day two Awards will be presented to the best poster in the field Stereotactic Radiotherapy and Sterotactic ablative Radiotherapy. Please follow the link below to submit an abstract. Closing date for abstract submissons is April First 2020.
We encourage you and your colleagues to attend and be an integral part of this meeting. Thanks to ours generous sponsors this years symposium is complementary.
Alina Mihai, Clinical Assistant Professor,
Chair of the Irish Sterotactic and Radiosurgery Scientific Committee