We are pleased to inform you that the World Association of Radiopharmaceutical Therapy (WARMTH) will be holding our 12th International Conference on Radiopharmaceutical Therapy (ICRT) at Vienna, Austria from 19 to 20th October 2017. The congress venue will be at the headquarter’s of the IAEA at the Vienna International Centre (VIC.)
As in the past the objectives of the Conference are to evaluate the current status of radiopharmaceutical therapy in the world in general, to exchange information on the current advances in the field between scientists from developed and developing countries, to interact with user-groups (such as clinicians, oncologists, surgeons, radiopharmacists, medical physicists) and to define future directions.
Congress registration is included with your WARMTH Membership. Delegates are responsible for their own accommodations.
Registration is now closed.
Venue: Kochi / Cochin - A blending of several small villages on the southwestern coast created the current incarnation of Kochi (or Cochin), where sunset strolls, sampling fresh fish from seaside vendors and boat rides through the islands just offshore top visitors' to-do lists. Art centers showcase the traditional dance, Kathakali. European influences are seen in the 16th-century Portuguese-built churches and forts, while the mark of early Chinese traders is visible in the unusual fishing nets dotting the shoreline. click here.
Hotel: The main conference hotel and venue is the Le Méridien Kochi pictured below.
Travel: Air - Cochin International Airport Cochin/Kochi (Airport Code: COK) has a world-class modern international airport, located 30kms north-east of the city, with regular flights to major cities in India. Cochin is also connected to Singapore, Colombo and all major cities in the middle-east (Abu Dhabi, Dammam, Doha, Dubai, Kuwait, Jeddah, Muscat, and Riyadh) by direct international flights. Airlines operating from Cochin include Air Deccan, Air India, Air India Express, Air Sahara, Emirates, Go Air, Gulf Air, Indian Airlines, Jet Airways, Kingfisher Airlines, Kuwait Airways, Mahan Air, Oman Air, Saudi Arabian Airlines, SilkAir, SriLankan Airlines, Air Asia and Qatar Airways, making it the fifth busiest airport in India.
Transfer to and from the airport are provided with your lumpsum payment.
If you would like to plan addtional excursions please vist our Optional ICRT Tour Page.
WARMTH's leadership understands that many of our Members from developing countries many not have the support from their parent organizations to attend ICRT-2016. We believe it is necessary to spread a global awareness about Radionuclide therapy and thus it becomes essential for physicians and scientists from as many countries as possible to participate in our meetings and benefit from the deliberations.
The organizing committee is pleased to announce “WARMTH Grant” for eligible participants to facilitate their participation in ICRT-2016.
In order to be eligible for availing the grant the participants must be an active member of the society and must have an accepted abstract whether oral or poster in the meeting.
The financial support will be limited to local hospitality covering sharing accommodation for the duration of the conference (check in 13th Nov-check out 18th Nov), all meals, conference kit, all scientific sessions & social functions. Any extra night or personal expenses are not included in the grant will have to be covered by the participant on check out.
No cash will be given to any participant.
The "WARMTH Grant" decision will predominantly be based on the abstract score of the participant. Age and number of times he/she has received the grant in previous ICRT’s will be considered as secondary criteria.
The number of grants are limited and the organizing committee's decision will be final.
Please click here complete the grant application form after submitting your abstract submission.
The deadline of application is 15th July 2016.
On behalf of the Dept of Nuclear Medicine and Therapy, KMCH,Coimbatore and WARMTH (World Association Of Radionuclide And Molecular Therapy), I am pleased to invite you to the very First World Rhenium 188 Congress and Workshop. As a unique trait, the Symposium focuses exclusively on Re-188 based imaging,therapy,pre clinical research,existing clinical applications, on the recent advances in Re radiometal coordination chemistry, and on the new applications of Re radiometal-containing molecules in pre-clinical and clinical imaging and radiotherapy.
On behalf of the World Association of Radiopharmaceutical and Molecular Therapy [WARMTH] it is our pleasure to invite you to the 11th International Conference on Radiopharmaceutical Therapy [ICRT] which will take place November 13-16, 2016 in Cochin (also known as Kochi), India. One full day sightseeing of the internationally acclaimed “Kerala backwaters” has been planned on November 17 for you to carry the beautiful memories back home. Visit our venue page for more information on Kochi.
This ICRT meeting in Kerala, which is one of the sought-after tourist destinations and commonly referred to as “God’s own country”, promises to be a highlight for the theranostic soul of nuclear medicine and will be based on the theme ‘‘From Controversies to Consensus in Radiopharmaceutical Therapy”. There will be plenary lectures devoted to nuclear medicine therapy as well as therapy-related diagnosis and follow-up. The distinguished speakers will share their experience & address the state-of-the-art and new developments. The symposia organized throughout the meeting will truly reflect WARMTH’s mission with the goal of providing the best care for our patients.
Please click here to read important travel information on travel and currency for those attending the ICRT.
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