7th-10th February 2021

Symposium Mammographicum

The postponed biannual meeting will now be happening online.

Your conference, your way

Our commitment to you, spanning over 40 years, remains unchanged and we are delighted to open registrations for the 2021 online conference.  Register now to benefit from cutting-edge content, networking opportunities with colleagues, industry and world-renowned experts, and increased CPD with access to every session - available for 3 months post conference.

While we are unable to meet in person, we are proud to be creating an online community. Ensure you embrace the benefits, including:

-        Freedom of access

-        Increased CPD 

-        Reduced registration rates

-        Ease of access for global attendees

-        Attendance certificates for live and on-demand sessions

-        No timetabling restrictions – enjoy the whole conference at your leisure

-        Interact safely as a community at the touch of a button

Book your Early Bird place

Book by 31 December to benefit from discounted early bird rates. All registrations include access to all live and on-demand sessions until 1 May 2021.

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Direct contact for any enquiries:  sympmamm@profileproductions.co.uk


2021 Online programme

Providing unparalleled content, thought leadership and industry developments, this year's programme addresses key clinical and technical challenges and controversies faced by all involved in breast screening and diagnosis.

You can attend the full live conference or plan your experience to fit around other commitments and watch on-demand, or on repeat, until May 2021.

Speaker highlight

Michael Webster is Foundation Professor of Psychology at the University of Nevada, Reno, and Director of UNR’s Center for Integrative Neuroscience. Dr Webster is a vision scientist who studies colour and form perception and how visual processing adapts to changes in the environment or the observer. He has published widely on both adaptation and individual differences in perception, and in 2019 was awarded the Verriest Medal from the International Colour Vision Society for his contributions to understanding human colour vision. Michael will be discussing the perception of images at the symposium.

Download the programme and start planning - your conference, your way