Live webinar – 6pm (BST) for sonologists, sonographers, obstetricians, specialists in fetal medicine and radiologists - covering neuro imaging plus counselling in fetal midline brain abnormalities and neuro imaging CMV.
This webinar is approved by ISUOG and organised by Prof. Christoph Lees (Imperial College London) in Partnership with Samsung Medison. Through a series of online lectures, videos, case presentations and Q&A sessions, this webinar aims to offer a truly well-rounded and in-depth insight for anyone interested in learning more about compex topics in neurosonology.
The following members of the ISUOG International Faculty will be speaking at this course:
Executive Committee, Finance & Risk Committee (Chair), Safety Committee (Chair), Scientific Committee, Governance group, Perinatal Doppler and Vascular Focus Group (Chair), UOG Editorial Board
Christoph Lees is a Maternal-Fetal Medicine subspecialist, Consultant Obstetrician and Head of Fetal Medicine at Imperial College London where he is Clinical Reader. He is visiting Professor, KU Leuven, Belgium, was RCOG inaugural National Ultrasound Officer 2010-2013 and Vice Chairman, RCOG Subspecialty Committee 2011-2013. His research focuses on pre-eclampsia, cardiovascular adaptation, Doppler, intra-uterine growth restriction and non-invasive fetal surgery.
Specialties: Fetal anomaly screening T2; fetal biometry and wellbeing; aneuploidies; fetal anomalies; fetal growth restriction; maternal and fetal Doppler; preeclampsia; safety of ultrasound
Field: Prenatal Imaging
Specialties: Fetal brain; fetal anomalies; CNS malformations
Languages: English; French
Part of the ISUOG China Task Force local leadership team along with Prof. Yuxin Jiang and Prof. Jiawei Tian.
Field: "I have an absolute commitment to ultrasound education and since 2012 I have held an annual ISUOG Approved course - the first three were in Beijing and from 2015 we have been going to other provinces. These have been attracting around 400 – 500 delegates, and from this I have introduced around 300 people each year to the Society."
The other speakers are: