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from head to toe

This course brings together a faculty of experienced lecturers noted for their expertise in central nervous system, musculoskeletal, body, applications of AI in radiology, MRI safety and dedicated female pelvic imaging.

The three day onsite or online course focuses on current clinical applications and incorporates the latest technical advances.
Ample time is provided for question and answer periods.

What is the Advanced MRI meeting about


It includes coverage of neuroradiology, musculoskeletal radiology, body imaging, applications of AI in radiology, MRI safety and dedicated female pelvic imaging..

  • A practical approach to routine demands
  • Expert views


John Feller, Blake Johnson, Russell Low, Gernot Reishofer, Andrea Rockall and Phillip Tirman

  • International speakers
  • USA (California, Minneapolis, Boston)
    and the UK


Our meeting is part of the Continuing Medical Education progam.

  • ÖAK / DFP, DRG & SGR-SSR: 24 points
  • EACCME: 15 European CME credits (ECMEC®)


On-Site (Graz, Austria)

The fee includes access to all lectures, a welcome package, all break-refreshments and lunch-buffets and online access to all given lectures for 1 year

  • Regular rate: EUR 900,-
  • Special rate (Colleagues in residency): EUR 750,-


The fee inlcudes live access to all given lectures, networking 2.0, access to all sponsors and 1 year online access to all given lectures.

  • Regular rate: EUR 650,-
  • Special rate (Colleagues in residency): EUR 500,-


The Advanced MRI meeting will take place in a historic location in the centre of Graz, Styria, Austria

  • The UNESCO declared the Old Town of Graz to be a World Cultural Herritage site
  • Styria is often described as the "Tuscany of austria"

ONLINE: easy access from anywhere you like


We offer all attendees 1 year of unlimited access to all recorded lectures

  • Take no notes service
  • Recorded lectures are available in HD quality

Program director John Feller speaks about the Advanced MRI