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On November 28 and 29, 2019, the "VI Conference on Applied Physics to Biomedical Sciences, Rodolfo J. Rasia" will be held at the SUM of the Rosario Institute of Physics (IFIR), CCT-Rosario. They are organized by Faculty-Researchers from IFIR (Conicet-UNR), from the Faculty of Cs. Bioquímicas y Farmacéuticas (UNR) and the Faculty of Cs. Exactas, Engineering and Surveying (UNR).
The objective of these conferences is to disseminate information and current developments in the Research Areas of Biomedical Physics. On this occasion, we hope that these conferences will serve to highlight works that relate Physics with Biology and Medicine in a multidisciplinary collaborative environment. In addition, it will be an opportunity that will allow updating in new measurement methodologies and techniques based on Physics. The event will feature the participation of prominent speakers in the field of Biomedical Physics, and the exhibition of posters by researchers and students from the UNR and other universities in the country.

On November 28 and 29, 2019, the "VI Conference on Applied Physics to Biomedical Sciences, Rodolfo J. Rasia" will be held at the SUM of the Rosario Institute of Physics (IFIR), CCT-Rosario. They are organized by Faculty-Researchers from IFIR (Conicet-UNR), from the Faculty of Cs. Bioquímicas y Farmacéuticas (UNR) and the Faculty of Cs. Exactas, Engineering and Surveying (UNR).
The objective of these conferences is to disseminate information and current developments in the Research Areas of Biomedical Physics. On this occasion, we hope that these conferences will serve to highlight works that relate Physics with Biology and Medicine in a multidisciplinary collaborative environment. In addition, it will be an opportunity that will allow updating in new measurement methodologies and techniques based on Physics. The event will feature the participation of prominent speakers in the field of Biomedical Physics, and the exhibition of posters by researchers and students from the UNR and other universities in the country.

For more information, visit the following link Biomedical Physics Conference