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Spring Meeting 2019

Conference Organising Committee

Sabina Dizdarevic, Scientific and Education Committee - Scientific Chair

Vineet Prakash, Scientific and Education Committee - Education Chair

Nick Gulliver, Scientific and Education Committee Radiographers, technologist and Nurses Group chair

Parthiban Arumugam, Scientific and Education Committee

Andre Nunes - Radiographers, Technologist and Nurses Group, Scientific and Education Committee

Ian Armstrong Scientific and Education Committee

Jilly Croasdale, Radiopharmacy Group, Scientific and Education Committee

Brent Drake, Scientific and Education Committee

Beverley Ellis, Radiopharmacy Group Scientific and Education Committee

Andy Irwin, Scientific and Education Committee

Gregory James, Scientific and Education Committee

Manil Subesinghe, Scientific and Education Committee

Francis Sundram, Scientific and Education Committee

Teresa Szyszko, Scientific and Education Committee

Sarah Allen Poster Judge Chair

Charlotte Weston BNMS Office

Caroline Oxley, BNMS Office

Elena Gilbert BNMS Office

Programme BNMS 2019

DRAFT PROGRAMMES NOW AVAILABLE TO VIEW ONLINE

Click the below links to view each day in PDF

Confirmed speakers for Spring 2019

Prof Eric Aboagye, Imperial Hospital London
Prof Ramesh Arasaradnam, Coventry University Hospital
Prof Dale Bailey, University of Sydney, Australia
Prof Marika Bajc, Lund University, Sweden
Prof Sally Barrington, St Thomas' Hospital
Prof Jamshed Bomanji, University College London Hospital
Mrs Maria Burniston, Barts Health NHS Trust
Dr John Buscombe, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge
Prof Weibo Cai, University of Wisconsin, USA
Prof Ignasi Carrio, Hospital Sant Pau, Barcelona

Oxford

Oxford is one of the oldest and most celebrated university cities in the world, and you can be forgiven for thinking Oxford is just about its highly successful universities. But there is so much more to see and do here, you really need to explore Oxford to really appreciate its beauty, history and vibrant culture.

Oxford has numerous major tourist attractions including the iconic Bodleian Library; Carfax Tower which offers superb views over the city; and the historic Covered Market with its many tourist shops. bridge of sighsExplore Oxford’s wide streets, intricate network of smaller lanes lined with noble buildings and places to enjoy arts and entertainment; stop and relax for great food and drink, and see if you can see familiar sights often used as the backdrop to many TV programmes and films, from Inspector Morse to Harry Potter.

Wondering where to visit first? Check out this virtual tour of Oxford 

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