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Feb 13, 2018

Direct Conversion is proud to be sponsoring MediSens 2018

- By Nathanael Allison

This European Medical Imaging technology conference brings together academia, industry and clinicians at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London between the 26-27th of February.

By focusing on Medical Practitioners and bringing together world experts in digital imaging, MediSens is an event which helps device manufacturers and designers to understand the real needs of end users, bridging the gap between medical practitioners and those at the cutting edge of imaging technology.

We’re looking forward to the panel discussions and we’ll be listening closely to the questions relating to X-ray imaging. If you want to know more about why photon counting and direct-conversion technology is important to medical imaging please come and talk to us at our booth.

Our sponsorship highlights our continued commitment to developing technology which contributes to medical progress and in building a community where end user application challenges can become included in early stage design and development.

Look out for our banner and logo – we’d like to hear about your challenges and to explain how our technology is applied in medical imaging. Direct Conversion CEO, Spencer Gunn, and members of the Direct Conversion team, York Haemisch (Managing Director Direct Conversion GmbH.) and Roland Neal (Operations Director) will be there and happy to talk to you about the future of X-ray imaging.

Further information about the conference can be found here: