Central European Conference on Noninvasive Cardiovascular Imaging
Dear Congress Participants! Dear Friends!
The 3rd Central European Conference on Noninvasive Cardiovascular Imaging will be held in 2012, September 20-22 in Budapest, Hungary. The venue is the „House of Hungarians” located at the Square of Holy Trinity in the heart of the Castle District of Buda.
The Non invasive Cardiovascular Diagnostics, including in particular CT, MRI and PET diagnostics play an increasingly prominent role in modern day patient care. Technological advancements in these fields require continuous learning and development. In order to be able to maintain high standards while performing our work, we must learn the specialities of Cardiological diagnostics.The Central European Conference on Noninvasive Cardiovascular Imaging provides us with an excellent opportunity for developing our knowledge. We have invited the world`s most noted and famous lecturers in this field, thereby guaranteeing a very high professional standard to the conference, providing an opportunity for radiologists to participate in a world-class training event at a low cost. We would like to say thanks to all the lecturers for providing this opportunity to us!
Besides participating in this excellent professional program our guests have the opportunity to visit our city and its surrounding regional attractions (Winelands, lake Balaton), and to participate in countless cultural events organised in the city.
Thanks to our supporters, the registration fee is low in order to make participation in this event possible for all Central European radiologists with lower income.
Furthermore, we would like to thank our sponsors for their support allowing access to highly professional training in the field of noninvasive cardiological diagnostics in Central Europe, and allowing further development in the already acquired knowledge!
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we would like to wish all participants effective professional work and a pleasant stay in Budapest!
István Battyány Robert M Steiner