Due to the COVID situation, the first In-Person ISORED Scientific Meeting will be held in May 2022.

Further details will be posted as they are available.
In the mean time, ISORED is planning a series of Webinars from February to May 2021, followed by a meeting on the organisation of the Society. Please check back for information !

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Message from ISORED member: survey regarding Adverse Outcome Pathways
Message from ISORED member: survey regarding Adverse Outcome Pathways

6 September 2021

Webinar on Radiation Epidemiology and Dosimetry at ISGlobal
Webinar on Radiation Epidemiology and Dosimetry at ISGlobal

4 June 2021

PHD Research Fellowship in Medical physics. The Department of oncology and medical physics at Haukeland University Hospital (HUH) in Bergen, Norway
PHD Research Fellowship in Medical physics. The Department of oncology and medical physics at Haukeland University Hospital (HUH) in Bergen, Norway

6 April 2021

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We are in the process of setting-up the first international society of scientists interested in radiation epidemiology and dosimetry

The society’s MISSION is to bring together radiation researchers from around the world to:

  • Discuss new results of studies of ionizing radiation effects in humans, epidemiologic methodoly and dosimetry
  • Support capacity building and training for the next generation of epidemiologists, statisticians and dosimetrists
  • Promote and facilitate international collaborations

ISORED will organize periodic scientific meetings* which will be held in cities around the world that offer affordable meeting options, will have low registration fees and student scholarships to improve access for the next generation of scientists and those from low and middle-income countries.

To further develop the organization, including refining its mission, membership, ethics and structure, we plan to have a first scientific and organizational meeting in Sitges (near Barcelona, Spain) May 5-8th 2020.

The scientific meetings will be designed to complement existing meetings such as the RRS and ERRS, with a strong commitment and focus on the three mission areas outlined above.

Each session will cover epidemiologic and dosimetric aspects and, as appropriate, other fields including clinical medicine, biology, social sciences & humanities


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