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BIR/IDUG Molecular Radiotherapy Dosimetry
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When: Friday, October 2, 2020
9:30 AM
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Richard Doll Building
Old Road Campus, Headington
Roosevelt Drive
Oxford OX3 7LF
United Kingdom
Contact: Gretchen Johnson

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Following three highly successful BIR/IDUG conferences in 2014, 2016 and 2018, this is an excellent opportunity to hear about the future of molecular radiotherapy dosimetry. There will be a poster session so that participants can present and discuss the work performed in other hospitals in addition to the talks. This conference would be useful for physicists, oncologists, radiologists, radiographers, and all people involved in molecular radiotherapy. Call for Abstracts Please email conference@bir.org.uk with your abstracts (up to 400 words) in Word format. These can be on any aspect of molecular radiotherapy dosimetry. Deadline: 5pm Monday 31 August 2020

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