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Svensk förening för radiobiologi

Swedish radiobiological society

AIMS AND SCOPE

 

The aim of the society is to promote interest for radiobiological research

 

The society connects people interested in the radiobiological area of research, with an education within natural sciences, medicine or technology

 

EVENTS AND SEMINARS

 

Upcoming events of interest for the society members are announced here:

 

Welcome to our annual meeting of "Svensk förening för radiobiologi", which will be held on Thursday November 16 at 16.30, lilla konferensrummet i nya strålningsbehandlingshuset, Klinikgatan 5, Lund.

 

 

The yearly meeting for radionuclide therapy will be held in Lund November 15-17:

Höstmötet för Cancerfondens planeringsgrupp för onkologisk radionuklidterapi hålls i år i Lund 15-17 november! Årets möte är förlagt över 3 dagar på grund av en extrainsatt temahalvdag kring ”Prostate Cancer Theragnostics” med speciellt inbjudna föreläsare den 15 november. För de som vill kommer det vara möjligt att bidra med ett kortare föredrag eller med en poster. Så ta gärna chansen att även visa upp en nyligen utställd poster för en ny publik! Förutom era egna bidrag som vi ser fram emot, har vi även bjudit in mycket intressanta gästföreläsare. Hittills bekräftade är Johannes Czernin (UCLA), Anders Bjartell (Lund), George Sgouros (Johns Hopkins) samt Magnus Dahlbom (UCLA), men håll utkik på hemsidan efter fler!

GRANT OPPORTUNITIES

 

Upcoming grant application deadlines of interest for the society members are announced here:

 

The Swedish radiation safety authority (SSM) announces calls for research funding here:

 

There are four yearly deadlines for CONCERT grants, 31 March, 30 June, 31 September, 31 December. Scientists who are not older than 35 years can apply for CONCERT travel grants to a conference, a course or for an exchange visit to a laboratory, where this can be shown to be of value for increasing the applicant’s involvement and knowledge/skills in current European research in radiation protection. More information can be found here:

 

 

LINKS

 

Links to other societies of interest:

 

European Radiation Research Society, ERRS.

Swedish Radiation Research Association for Young Scientists, SWE-RAYS.

INFORMATION

 

Reports or other documents:

 

Summary from the last International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) meeting in November 2016:

 

 

BECOME A MEMBER

 

Please fill in our name and affiliation below and pay the membership fee of 200 SEK to account number: 451733-0 (plusgiro). Please include your name on the payment. OBS, from 2017 there is no fee for members who have not yet received their PhD (i.e. PhD students or master students):

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

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