The 2nd Baltic Congress of Radiology
This is an invitation for radiologists, radiographers, surgeons, oncologists, neurologists, pediatric neurologists, gynaecologists, and to everybody who is interested in studying radiological imaging.
Dear Colleagues and Guests
Estonian Society of Radiology (ESR) has a great honour to invite you to the Baltic Conference of Radiology 2008 (BCR 2008), which will be held in Tartu October 24 - 25th, 2008 in the Conference Centre of the Hotel Dorpat.
The first Baltic Congress of Radiology was held in Kaunas, Lithuania 2006. Now, two years later, the 2nd common radiology forum for the Baltic States is being organized in Tartu, Estonia, in the town where one of the oldest universities of the region was founded already in 1632.
The aim of the Baltic Conference of Radiology is to give Baltic radiologists, technicians, residents and other specialists in the field a chance to meet regularly every second year at the regional meeting.
The purpose of the Baltic congresses and conferences is to exchange experience between Baltic radiologists, another special aim is to bring together young scientists.
We believe that these regular meetings would give opportunity for radiologists from the Baltic States to make scientific presentations for international audience. We really hope that every participant will find interesting topics to follow from invited lectures as well as short communications and poster presentations.
On Behalf of the Organizing Committee
Vice-president of Estonian Society of Radiology
The conference will be held in Tartu, Estonia October 24-25th 2008. Detail information http://www.kliinikum.ee/bcr2008/
The Conference will take place in Conference Centre of Dorpat Hotel (http://www.dorpat.ee) in Tartu, Estonia. The hotel is situated on the bank of the River Emajõgi in the centre of Tartu.
Tartu – a city of good thoughts
Tartu has population of 101,246 (Population Census data from 2000) and an area of 38.8 square kilometers. As the centre of southern Estonia, it is the second largest city in the country and the oldest in the Baltic States. The first written records of Tartu date from 1030. Lying 185 kilometers south of Tallinn, it is also the centre of Southern Estonia. The Emajõgi River, which connects the two largest lakes of Estonia, flows for a length of 10 kilometers within the city’s borders and adds colour to the city.
Tartu is a museum-rich hanseatic city but also a modern city with a rich historical heritage and culture. One of Tartu ´s most important historical monument is St. John´s Church with it is thousand terracotta sculptures. In and around Tartu one can find abundant opportunities for recreation and leisure. See http://www.tartu.ee/english and http://www.visittartu.com for more information
The University of Tartu can look back on its history of 375 years. On 30 June 1632, King Gustav II Adolf of Sweden signed the Foundation Decree of Academia Dorpatensis which enables to mark the beginning of our university's distinguished history.
Conference language is English.
Simultaneous translation is not provided.
A Certificate of Attendance will be available for all delegates