CAREERS & GRANTS
Since the first ESTRO teaching course in 1985, we have welcomed several thousand participants to our courses and had the benefit of a large number of international experts as tutors. Many informal contacts and networks have been created which enhance the practice of radiation oncology and underpin ESTRO as an international organisation.
Keeping in touch with colleagues with similar professional interests is important and feedback from course participants supports our plans to create the ESTRO network for former students and faculty members.
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