Event Date: 7 Sep 2018 to 9 Sep 2018
The Japanese Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (JSMRM) was established in 1986, having succeeded the Society of NMR Medicine established in 1981. The Society consists of more than 3300 members majoring in a wide range of academic fields including clinical medicine, basic medicine, biology, chemistry, physics, technology and engineering, and is now in the transition to a non-profitable corporation.
JSMRM, known as the “MRM Society in Japan,” is a unique society. All professions who are involved in MRM, including radiologists and other physicians, basic medical scientists, radiological technologists, MR equipment developers, and pharmaceutical manufacturers, will be attending this meeting. The membership numbers have come close to 4,000. Medical applications of magnetic resonance have rapidly and effectively increased—approximately ten million MR examinations are annually performed in Japan.
The theme of the meeting is “MRM Trek: Join Together Toward New Frontiers.” We intend to explore new research fields in MRM and to promote translational medicine. This meeting is an international meeting and a leading event in MRM. Much of the presentation format will be in English; hence, we have included abstracts from abroad. We will have international symposiums and special lectures in English. We also hold the annual exchange event “Joint Symposium with Asian Countries,” which includes KSMRM (Korea) and CSMRM (China).
Topics such as image diagnosis, imaging and analytical methods, angiography, spectroscopy, molecular imaging, safety, and QA & QC in the MRM field will be presented. In this meeting, we expect approximately 2,000 participants. Do not miss this opportunity to present your paper as well as to communicate with colleagues in Japan and participants from other nations.
Gold Standard Phantoms are pleased to be exhibiting at JSMRM 2018 and will be found at Booth 21. Any requests for appointments with our Sales and Marketing Director are welcomed; please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries, or just drop by the stand – we would be delighted to meet you and discuss GSP’s contribution to the field of MRI.