SFPT, Société Française de Pharmacologie et de Thérapeutique

Invitation au e-séminaire sur l'échographie à très haute fréquence - 10 septembre

Dear colleagues,
We are organizing the first international virtual conference on Ultrahigh Frequency Ultrasound in translational research with the Visualsonics/fujifilm company. 
This is a first multidisciplinary meeting targeting the potential applications of this new imaging technique, with special focus on vascular medicine, dermatology, rheumatology and surgery. It is now possible to access to arteries and any structure less than 1 mm diameter with a micrometric resolution for clinical and research purpose. This evolution opens wide new fields of research.
Registration is free but mandatory. You are invited to attend the full meeting if possible. We draw your attention on the “hands-on live session” in which you will have a preview of realistic images of small structures. 
Because of COVID restrictions, we are obliged to have the whole meeting virtual (you will not be provided for virtual wine and cheese!!). We are doing our best for making this event as interactive as possible. Presentations will be followed by questions and discussion, as can be supported by the system, so do not hesitate to send or ask your questions.
Looking forward to having you on board, best regards. 
Pierre BOUTOUYRIE, Rosa-Maria BRUNO.
Pharmacology department, Université de Paris, Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou, INSERM U970, 20 rue Leblanc, 75015, Paris, France
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