ESTI 2020 Congress

04 June 2020 - 06 June 2020
Europe
Venue - University of Oxford, Radcliffe Observatory, Mathematical Institute, Andrew Wiles Building

The conference will take place in the Mathematical Institute in the centre of Oxford, on the grounds of the old Radcliffe Infirmary, the site of the initial use of penicillin, and now known as the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter. The first Mathematical Institute, was completed in 1620, and the current in 2013, a beautiful building linking historic and modern Oxford. The Institute is within walking distance of the Oxford colleges, the historic buildings of Oxford, and the city train station.The conference will take place in the Mathematical Institute in the centre of Oxford, on the grounds of the old Radcliffe Infirmary, the site of the initial use of penicillin, and now known as the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter. The first Mathematical Institute, was completed in 1620, and the current in 2013, a beautiful building linking historic and modern Oxford. The Institute is within walking distance of the Oxford colleges, the historic buildings of Oxford, and the city train station.


The scientific programme encompasses state-of-the-art scientific presentations, and will focus on all aspects of Imaging of Respiratory Disease, with lectures on the latest advances in CT, MRI, and interventional radiology, together with refresher lectures, and multidisciplinary scientific presentations. Among the topics covered will be, interstitial lung disease, lung cancer screening and pulmonary nodules, molecular imaging and the role of artificial intelligence in thoracic imaging. 


Lectures on chest X-ray reading, lung nodule management and high resolution CT will take place the day before the main meeting.