Following on from the resounding success of the first ever dedicated Early Carer Researcher (ECR) Workshop, the IGT Network+ is organising its second ECR Workshop at King’s College London on 6 March 2019. Taking place before the main Network+ meeting, the ECR workshop is designed to provide a dedicated focus on talks relevant to ECRs and provide a platform for our ECRs members to share their own developments in the field. Early career researchers (ECRs) constitute the majority of the network’s membership and the network strongly believes in nurturing them and enabling them to use it as a platform to advance their careers.
Call for abstracts
We are offering ECRs the opportunity to present their latest research to the IGT academic, clinical and industrial community and to highlight how it might impact future clinical practice.
Delegates are requested to submit abstracts via email by Friday 08 February 2019 to the Network+ coordinator, Dr Rahima Begum, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To be considered, abstracts must fall into one of the four themes of the Network+:
- Theme 1: Intervention planning and real-time computational update,
- Theme 2: Focused energy delivery and motion compensation,
- Theme 3: Interventional imaging, sensing and contrast agents and
- Theme 4: Clinical workflow, skills assessment and simulation.
Submissions on methodology are also encouraged.
Late submissions will not be considered. Receipt of your abstract submission will be confirmed via email. Please state clearly in your email whether you are a PhD student or early career post-doc.
Selected abstracts will be notified via email by Friday 25 January 2019.
When submitting, please:
- Submit in Microsoft Word format (.docx).
- Use Arial 12 pt. font and double-spaced lines.
- Ensure the abstract is under the 300-word limit (excluding title, authors/affiliations, figure/table captions and references).
- Ensure all listed authors have reviewed the final abstract before submitting.
- Use ‘EPSRC IGT KCL Meeting Abstract submission’ in the subject line.
Bilal and Katjana
Early Career Researcher Representatives, EPSRC Image-Guided Therapies UK Network+