Dear renalMRI - PARENCHIMA Team!
we are pleased to inform you about the following news:
Invitation PARENCHIMA Working Group 2 Workshop, Koper, 2020.03.03-4
We are happy to announce the Working Group 2 meeting in Koper, Slovenia, on March 3rd and 4th focused to our current hot topics, which are population of the database and evaluation of renal image registration. Everyone involved in these tasks or otherwise interested in the participation is kindly invited.
The program comprises two half days split into the topics of developing further the PARENCHIMA/renalMRI database and the evaluation of renal image registration. For details please see here.
- Venue: University of Primorska, Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies (UP FAMNIT), Glagoljaska 8, 6000 Koper, Slovenbia.
- start date and time:3.3.2020, 14:00
- end date and time: 4.3.2020, 15:00
- registration deadline: 14.2.2020.
For registration please contact the WG lead Frank Zoellner or colead Peter Rogelj. Travel destination and hotel suggestions can be found here.
Invitation: Dissemination/Homepage Update Workshop, Amsterdam, 2020.03.25-26
Working Group 5 is currently drafting a major update for our homepage, and is planning our dissemination strategies for the last period of our COST action and the time after.
During this workshop we will finalize the homepage updates and test the new system together with thefrontdoor (TFD). Tests will include e.g. the membership management, homepage access rights and social media integration. We also plan to write some homepage content together (e.g. patient information and links to stakeholders. The participation to this workshop is limited to 9 PARENCHIMA/renalMRI members with a priority for Working Group 5 members and the core team.
In the near future you will find more information on our homepage.
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This newsletter is based upon work from COST Action PARENCHIMA (CA16103), supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology).
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