2021 Virtual Events

March 24, 2021 (11am-1pm EST) -
How to Launch a successful Career’ Webinar. More info HERE.



April 14-15, 2021
 

Over the past few years, STM has developed a close alliance with the American Society for Mechanical Engineers to develop lexicon and to explore mutual research in the fields of thermal medicine and mechanical engineering.  STM is proud to support the ASME VisualizeMED program, which will be preceded by a workshop on cryopreservation, includes a session on how modeling and simulation can accelerate product development with Medtronic, 4Web Medical, and Depuy Synthes, and much more. VisualizeMED is enabling the transformation of modeling and simulation in medicine by bringing to you the trailblazers of technology and masters of technique who are effectively implementing it.
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April 21, 2021
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Virtual webinar on the benefits of exercise induced hyperthermia. Join us to celebrate the accomplishments of the STM members who participated in the First Annual Exercise Challenge.  Proceeds from the event will support early career STM memberships. Raffle winner amongst exercise challenge participants will be announced. More information HERE.

May 13, 2021 - 10am-12pm CDT (8am-10am PDT, 11am-1pm EDT) - STM is pleased to announce complimentary registration is now open for our special virtual symposium on Therapeutic Ultrasound in OncologySponsored by the Focused Ultrasound Foundation, this therapeutic ultrasound symposia will be held May 13 between 10am-12pm CDT (8am-10am PDT, 11am-1pm EDT). The emphasis of the symposia is to cover preclinical and clinical advances in FUS oncological therapies that will be of interest to the Society for Thermal Medicine, as well as members of ISTU and general FUS communities. The recorded session videos are accessible HERE.

May 15-16 (On Demand Sessions) -
STM and ASLMS will partner for the second joint symposium. The topic for this event is Photothermal Nanoparticles and will be free for STM members. Registration details to come in the near future.

July 21, 11am-12:30pm EDT - 
Join the Society for Neuro-Oncology and the Society for Thermal Medicine for a unique and FREE webinar, entitled Laser Hyperthermia for CNS Disorders, that will emphasize the biologic rationale and current clinical role for hyperthermia. Hyperthermia technologies, and their use with other modalities, including radiation, chemotherapy, and immunotherapy, will be discussed. The role of hyperthermia in disrupting the blood-tumor barrier and/or blood-brain barrier will also be addressed.  The webinar will include practical information both for basic scientists, such as modeling hyperthermia in cells and animal models, and for clinicians, such as surgical approaches to delivering hyperthermia and the rationale for combined modality therapies. To register and for more information click HERE

October 29-30, 2021 - Hyperthermia Therapy Practice School

After a successful first edition, the University of Maryland School of Medicine has the pleasure to announce the second edition of the Hyperthermia Therapy Practice School. This 2-day CME-accredited course will provide attendees with theoretical and practical aspects of superficial, interstitial, and deep hyperthermia therapy (HT). The first day will include lectures and the review of clinical cases to explain the different approaches to treat different treatment sites. On the second day, small groups will facilitate in-depth training of practical guidelines for HT treatment delivery, with hands-on practice with HT software and hardware using anatomical experimental phantoms. Attending practitioners will be made aware of the powerful adjuvant effect of combining HT with the different forms of radiation treatment and will benefit from a HT formal training in a clinical environment.

Course Directors: Zeljko Vujaskovic, MD, PhD and Dario Rodrigues, PhD.

More information HERE.

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