RSNA deserves tremendous credit for putting on such a fabulous program. As an incubator for future clinical researchers, it is amazing to watch the action. While the student junior faculty work to assemble coherent protocols, they are surrounded by the top academic experts in the country...
As a global community devoted to the growth of interventional oncology, WCIO promotes the development of skilled practitioners of minimally-invasive, image-guided therapies for cancer and its symptoms through meetings, on-line education, and practice resources.
RSNA puts on an annual intensive week-long boot camp on clinical trial design. And I mean intensive -- while a Scottsdale resort in January sounds like fun, the 7AM-10PM daily schedule leaves little time for frivolity. The intended audience is junior faculty from around the world.
Responding to the exponential growth of IO, CIRSE made the prescient decision to make ECIO an annual meeting, paralleling the annual WCIO meeting in New York and the newly expanded Best of WCIO meetings worldwide in Latin America, Asia, and the Middle East.
Last week was the WCIO International Education Division’s first collaboration with our colleagues from the National Cancer Institute of Mexico. Dr. Adrian Gonzales from the Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Médicas y Nutrición ¨Salvador Zubirán¨reports on the meeting: