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Workshop on contrast media for MRI

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2018-10-05

Registrations closing date: 2018-09-28

Early closing registrations date: 2018-09-21

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Manoir Montmorency (Chute Montmorency)
https://www.sepaq.com/ct/pcm/index.dot?language_id=2
2490, avenue Royale, Québec

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Registration fees

Base price: $ 80.00

Early Registrations

Early closing registrations date: 2018-09-21

Do not miss the chance! When you submit your registration before that date, base price starts at %0.

Symposium : Contrast agents for magnetic resonance imaging, with session “Meet the experts”

Organizes: Dr Marc-André Fortin (Université Laval); Dr Sophie Laurent (U.Mons, Belgique)

Keynote speaker : Dr Robert Muller (U.Mons, Belgique)

Quand/When: le vendredi 5 octobre 2018

For information and registration (before September 21 for preferential rates, until September 28 final registration).

Organisé par/Organised by : Dr Marc-André Fortin, CR-CHU de Québec Université Laval et professeur U.Laval; Dr Sophie Laurent, Université de Mons (Belgique).

Langue/language: présentations scientifiques : ANG; mot de bienvenue : FR; sessions de questions et réponses : FR/ANG. Scientific presentations : ENG; Q&A session : ENG/FR; Welcome and conclusion (FR)

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