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Neuroimaging in Dementia Session, METBS '2000

Dan at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk Dan at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Thu Feb 17 04:16:15 EST 2000


NEUROIMAGING METHODS IN EVALUATION OF DEMENTIA

This Special Session of the annual METMBS '2000 meeting will bring
together
researchers from diverse neuroimaging backgrounds to present data, and
stimulate discussion, on the current application and potential of
techniques
such as positron emission tomography, single photon emission computed
tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging, to improve the clinical
management of people beginning to experience symptoms of early dementia.


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SUBMISSION OF PAPERS

Prospective participants are invited to submit a one-page abstract.
Include:
1) title,
2) names and affiliations of each author,
3) body of the abstract,
4) postal address, e-mail address, and phone number of corresponding
author,
5) name of presenting author, and
6) up to five keywords.

Please submit by e-mail (include both attached and 'pasted-in' versions)
to
dsilver at ucla.edu, by 28 February 2000.

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IMPORTANT DATES:

28 February 2000 (Monday): Abstracts due

3 April 2000 (Monday): Notification of acceptance

1 May 2000 (Monday): Camera-ready papers (up to 7 pages, to be published
in
full in Conference proceedings volume) & pre-registration due

26-29 June 2000: Annual Mathematics and Engineering Techniques in
Medicine
and Biological Sciences meeting (METMBS '2000), Las Vegas

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For more information, contact:

Daniel H. Silverman, MD, PhD
Head, Neuronuclear Imaging Research Group
Ahmanson Biological Imaging Clinic, CHS AR-144
University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine
Los Angeles, CA 90095-6942
dsilver at ucla.edu





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