RSNA 2020 News

More than 14K people have registered for RSNA

By staff writers
October 19, 2020

More than 14,000 people have already registered to attend the virtual RSNA meeting set to take place from November 29 to December 5, 2020.

With six weeks before the meeting, a total of 14,125 individuals from countries around the world have said they will attend the virtual 106th scientific assembly and annual meeting, according to the RSNA. In a statement, RSNA President Dr. James Borgstede said the organization is "very pleased" that so many people have registered so far in advance. The registration numbers also confirm the importance of the annual meeting, regardless of whether it happens online or in person, he added.

This year's RSNA meeting theme is "Human Insight/Visionary Medicine." The interactive virtual conference will feature education and scientific presentations, virtual exhibits from nearly 200 vendors, cases of the day, networking opportunities, and on-demand sessions.

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