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SCCT Co-Sponsored Events

December 4-6, 2016
Tel Aviv, Israel
ICI Meeting 2016 is the premier International Conference for Innovations in Cardiovascular Systems (Heart, Brain and Peripheral Vessels) and High-Tech Life Science Industry. The ICI Meeting is an acclaimed forum which aims to explore, fuel, spark and be involved in the innovations that will shape the future of our cardiovascular systems and beyond. ICI’s dynamic environment, which allows rich exchanges on innovations, has contributed to this process by facilitating global interaction between physicians, entrepreneurs, academia and industry and by building bridges leading to innovation. Learn more at: 


State of the Art Cardiovascular CT 2016: BSCI/SCCT Joint Meeting 2016

December 12, 2016
Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK

This meeting aims to give delegates insight into the current and future developments in cardiovascular CT. Speakers include Professor Stephen Achenbach, Professor Pamela Douglas, Professor David Newby, Professor Nick Curzen, Dr Giorgia Bosi, Dr Jonathan Leipsic, Dr James Shambrook, Dr Giles Roditi, Dr Szilard Voros and Wing Commander Ed Nicol.

The meeting objectives include understanding:

  • Current innovative practice in cardiovascular CT including what PROMISE and SCOT-HEART mean for clinical practice
  • What future innovations may appear and how they may affect patient care 
  • The challenges of getting innovation into clinical practice 
  • Where the UK fits into the global innovation and best practice field in cardiovascular CT

Click here to learn more!


Advances In Nuclear Cardiology & Cardiac CT: 32nd Annual Case Review With The Experts with 101 Evidence-Based Cases

January 20, 2017 

Los Angeles, CA

This multimodality imaging course is designed to meet the needs of professionals who perform or request nuclear cardiology, cardiac CT or Cardiac MRI studies. The course emphasizes the use of these modalities across the spectrum of patients routinely seen by physicians for both the evaluation of individuals with suspected or known coronary disease as well as other non-coronary cardiac disease states. Click here to view the program!


March 17, 2017
The training program will include a series of didactic Read with the Experts sessions presented by leaders in the field of nuclear cardiology and cardiovascular CT.
Each presentation as well as the Read with the Experts will include audience response (ARS) questions to enhance learning and interaction. Co‐sponsored by American Society of Nuclear Cardiology and Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography


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