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"Turning Subjective Into Objective": Cosmetic Assessment of Breast Cancer Local Treatment

TSIO 2011 - Seminar

Turning Subjective Into Objective

Past, present and future of cosmetic evaluation of breast cancer local treatment


Champalimaud Foundation

Definitive Program

 

Lisbon, Portugal

13 May 2011


Call for Abstracts

Abstract submission deadline (extended) – 6 April 2011

Submit your Abstract on-line at: http://medicalresearch.inescporto.pt/breastresearch/tsio2011/

The TSIO 2011 Seminar will welcome contributions related with the evaluation of the aesthetic results of Breast Cancer Local Treatment. 

With the registration at TSIO 2011 we will be offering a license and technical support for the next version of BCCT.core.

Lisbon, May 13th, 2011

Champalimaud Foundation– Centre For The Unknown

This meeting is designed for clinicians and researchers who have a specific interest in aesthetic results of breast cancer local treatment (conservative or radical surgery with or without reconstruction and radiotherapy).


TSIO will focus on objective evaluation of aesthetic results of Breast Cancer Local Treatment now extending the topic from aesthetic results in classic breast cancer conservative treatment to other forms of breast surgery with or without reconstruction and with or without radiotherapy.

For those who work on the development of tools for aesthetic assessment it is imperative to understand the clinical difficulties derived from the evaluation and for clinicians to be able to integrate and learn to use these new instruments.

It is therefore an important meeting for bringing together clinicians and medical and engineer researchers with special interest in the subject.

 

 

Target audience: breast surgeons, oncoplastic breast surgeons, plastic surgeons, radiation oncologists, engineers and other researchers interested in this topic.

 

Seminar Objectives

  • To give information regarding currently used methods for the aesthetic evaluation of breast cancer local treatment.

  • To show the results of groups working with objective evaluation methods.
  • To disclose some of the new pathways regarding objective methodology.
  • To promote collaboration in this area of research, new ideas for projects and encourage new contacts.

 

Important deadlines:

6 April 2011: Abstract submission (extended)

15 April 2011: Early registration and grant application

30 April 2011: Late registration

 

 

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