Top 6 Things to do in Oxford at Imaging in England 2018
The Imaging in England 2018 #iie2018 conference will be held in Oxford, UK from June 3 to June 6, 2018, at the Mathematical Institute on the campus of The University of Oxford. Condé Nast recently named the University of Oxford as one of the top 50 most beautiful places to visit in Europe.
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Join the Luminaries in Radiology in magical Oxford, UK for an educational and fun experience.
The outstanding faculty for Imaging in England 2018 includes, Drs. Donald Resnick, László Tabár, Phillip Tirman, Blake Johnson, Neil Rofsky, Vikas Shah, David Wilson, Simon Blease, Gerardine Quaghebeur, and Sanjay Prabhu. A cutting edge scientific combined will be combined with ample opportunities for networking in relaxed social settings.
Punting at the Cherwell Boathouse
If you enjoy boating on beautiful canals there is no better way to spend a sunny Oxford day than to engage in one of the most quintessential Oxonian pastimes by renting a punt and boating along the Cherwell River. Social functions included with your 3 day registration is a welcome reception of British canapes and wine at the iconic Macdonald Randolph hotel and an evening of delicious food, fine wine, jazz music and punting at the Cherwell Boathouse.
The entrance to the world renowned Ashmolean Museum
2. Visit the Ashmolean
While in Oxford, visit the world famous Ashmolean Museum, located across the street from the Macdonald Randolph Hotel. The museum opened in 1683 was the first to welcome the public.
The Sheldonian Theater - an architectural masterpiece by Sir Christopher Wren
3. Take a walking tour.
Explore Oxford Castle, showcasing 1000 years of Oxford history. Harry Potter fans will enjoy a walking tour of all the filming locations. Stop by the Sheldonian Theater built in 1664 still used for music concerts, lectures, and University ceremonies.
The Bear Inn opened its doors in 1242
3. Tour historic pubs
After all your exploring enjoy a pint of ale or a bite at a local pub- check out the Eagle and Child a J.R.R. Tolkien favorite, or visit Oxford’s oldest pub The Bear Inn which opened its doors in 1242. Drop by the popular but well-hidden historic Turf Tavern which Bill Clinton frequented while attending Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar.
Bicycles can be found lining the campus streets
4. Go for a bike ride
In the mood for some exercise, Oxford is a renowned "cycling city" with beautiful trails and country roads catering to all levels of cyclists.
Dining Hall in Christ Church
5. Christ Church College
Founded in 1546 by King Henry VIII, Christ Church College, is one of the constituent colleges on The University of Oxford Campus. Designed by Christopher Wren it is an architectural masterpiece. Harry Potter fans will recognize their famous dining hall and quad used as inspiration for many of the scenes from the Harry Potter movies.
Blenheim Palace in the Cotswolds
6. Get out of town
Ready to explore the beautiful English countryside, a short drive will take you to the Cotswolds, Stratford Upon Avon- the birthplace of Shakespeare and Bath. If prehistoric monuments interest you, nearby Stonehenge dating back to the bronze age is regarded as a British cultural icon. Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Winston Churchill is just a short drive.
This is a unique opportunity to meet radiologists from all corners of the globe in an intriguing location, and learn from some of the best specialists in their field. Indulge all your senses and join the Global Rads for the trip of a lifetime to Oxford, England in June, 2018!
We have registrants from:
Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria,
Canada, China, France, Germany,
Greece, Hungary, India, Israel,
Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines,
Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden,
Switzerland, Thailand, UK, and USA.
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Natalie Rice is the co-founder of Global Radiology CME
Natalie graduated from the University of Manitoba majoring in Economics. After completing her economics degree she attended Business School, majoring in accounting. Her work experiences include Dunwoody Accounting Firm, The Conference Board of Canada, and Principal of a Religious School. Having sat on numerous community boards, she is well connected and knows how to see a project to completion. Natalie has planned numerous successful international events throughout Canada, the Middle East, and the USA. Most recently, Natalie spearheaded Global Radiology’s inaugural conference in Israel. Successfully managing 250 delegates from 20 different countries and overseeing all aspects of the congress including faculty management, venue selection, registration, itinerary and social programming.