The scientist from NSU spoke on the world's largest congress on radiological diagnostics
Andrew Tulupov was the only one from Russia, who has presented an oral report on the world's largest congress on beam diagnostics, organized by the Radiological Society of North America.
From November 27 to December 2, 2016, in Chicago, USA, there was the world's largest congress on beam diagnostics, organized by the Radiological Society of North America (Radiological Society of North America - RSNA). The Congress annually holds more than 435 training courses, it is more 1728 reports, more than 659 manufacturers of the equipment involved in the exhibition. The number of congress participants exceeded 100 000 people. This year there was only one oral report by the Russian Federation presented by the Deputy Director of the Institute of Medicine and Psychology NSU head of the laboratory "MRI TECHNOLOGIES" the Institute " International Tomography Center» SB RAS, chief researcher at the Joint Laboratory of Translational Research Brain, MD, professor of Russian Academy of Sciences Andrei Tulupov. — Unlike European Radiological forums, competition among those who want to present their results at the RSNA Congress is very high, and the selection of oral presentations is very strict. For example, only one of ten abstracts, that we have sent, was accepted for the report. Therefore, it is extremely prestigious for scientists from all over the country to present their results of their research at this Congress! - Said the researcher. The topic of the report was «Three-dimensional MR-myelography: development of the technique for visualization and diagnostic evaluation cerebrospinal fluid structures of the head». The Institute of Medicine and Psychology of NSU conducts active research work in the field of neuroscience within SAE "Neuroscience in translational medicine."