It’s that time of the year again – RSNA!
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The end of the year is getting nearer and one thing is always put in my calendar. The yearly RSNA (Radiological Society of North America) meeting in Chicago. This year will be my 13th time, give or take one year. 🙂 Both Simon Dyrup Nielsen and I will be attending. We are in town from Friday the 29th of November and leaving on Thursday the 5th of December.
The calendar is not yet fully booked and you are more than welcome to reach out to me or Simon and we will find time to meet up.
In the mood for steak? We have still got one or two evenings free too. Or take a gamble and simply show up at the bar of The Intercontinental – chances are you will find us there!
With all my years of enjoying the wonderful Windy City, Chicago, I have not yet had the pleasure of seeing the world-famous T-rex Sue at the Field Museum. It is one of the largest and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex specimens ever found. This will be the year where I’ll see Sue!
Not a dinosaur
While Sue is not the only dinosaur fossil in the city, RSNA is definitely not one of them. RSNA has been around for years and remains one of the most important meetings within the field of radiology. So, I can definitely say that the rumours of RSNA’s demise are greatly exaggerated.
The event of the year must – without a doubt – be the IAMERS cocktail party on Monday evening the 1st of December. The cocktail party takes place at the Hotel Intercontinental. We always look forward to this event with great excitement, and this year will be no exception.
This will be my first official arrangement as a member of the board and I really look forward to seeing new and familiar faces there. As the past few years, I’ll be sitting at the check-in counter for the first hour or so – a great way to say “hi” to everybody 🙂
There are only 9 days until we arrive and Simon and I hope to meet you there.
Wishing you all a fantastic RSNA annual meeting!
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