Universidad del curso de los sistemas médicos de la proyección de imagen de Wisconsin “introducción”

por Michael Johns, Project Manager | May 12, 2006
The University of Wisconsin(Madison Campus) College of Engineering - Department of Engineering Professional Development holds several classes related to medical imaging each year.

One of these classes, the "Medical Imaging Systems Continuing Education Course" is being held at the Madison campus on June 21 to 23.

This course is designed for medical device professionals involved in the conception, planning, design, development, manufacture, marketing, and sales of medical devices in the medical imaging industry and clinical users who are seeking in-depth understanding of medical imaging equipment. Scientists, engineers, and technicians working on device design and development, product and product development managers, business development managers, marketing and sales professionals, quality assurance/control personnel, regulatory affairs professionals, investment and acquisition specialists, and field service engineers will ALL benefit.

Topics being covered are as follows:
* Medical Imaging Systems and Their Clinical Use
* Physics and Engineering of Each Imaging Modality
* Emerging Technologies in Medical Imaging
* Projection X-ray
* Computed Tomography
* Magnetic Resonance Imaging
* Radionuclide Imaging
* Digital Imaging Systems
* Ultrasound Imaging Systems

Participation in this course earns you 2.4 Continuing Education Units (CEU).

To find out more and register, go to the University of Wisconsin(Madison Campus), College of Engineering - Department of Engineering Professional Development's website: Univeristy of Wisconsin - Introduction to Medical Imaging Systems Continuing Education Course - June 21 to 23

If there any other continuing education events related to medical equipment that you know of, send it in an email to jobinfo@dotmed.com and we will have it posted.

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