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Continuing professional development

Liryc is a unique platform with state-of-the-art equipment dedicated to studying heart arrhythmias.

The Institute provides a programme of innovative training including the virtual reality simulation programmes developed by Liryc’s researchers and doctors.

The continuing professional development given at Liryc provides participants with theoretical sessions on the basics, but also practical applications of the techniques. These sessions include intensive case studies, simulations, workshops with animal models and direct demonstrations.

To support the increase in education and training activities, the Institute is rolling out new innovative tools and equipment:

  • training on a pedagogic simulator like SIMRIC (Mechanically Realistic Pedagogical Simulator for Cardiac Interventions [SImulateur pédagogique Mécaniquement Réaliste pour les Interventions Cardiaque]),
  • digital training and the digital “cardiocases” library developed by IHU cardiologists in partnership with Stimuprat.

For more information about our diploma courses, Laure Dangles answers your questions here

 

Please find below, the presentation of the 3 summer schools displayed in Liryc for the summer of 2020. **Please note, in the context of the recent #covid20 health event and in accordance with national guidelines, these programs might be postponed.**

 

 

Cardiac Electrophysiology Summer School

After the success of its first edition in 2019, the Liryc Institute will propose a second edition of its Summer School dedicated to the study of fundamental cardiac electrophysiology from June 29th to July 3rd 2020.

 

This training program will welcome 30 medical students and more experienced researchers wishing to improve their background knowledge, and provide intensive courses combining theoretical and practical sessions. It's a unique opportunity for participants to meet world leading experts and to learn about state-of-the-art techniques. Lecturers include leading clinicians and researchers from different areas of cardiac electrophysiology.

 

 

"This summer school is fantastic to better understand how experimental and clinical connect.” Summer School participant from the 2019 program

 

Apply now here.

Find the program here.

Summer School Maladies Cardiaques Congénitales

The first edtion of a Summer School dedicated to congenital heart disease and percutaneous therapies will be held at the Liryc Institute from June 8th to 11th 2020.

 

This 30-seat program is open to international science and medical students, engineers and experienced researchers wishing to improve their background knowledge thanks to intensive courses combining theoretical and practical sessions. This summer school consists of intensive practical classes about the technological aspects of CHD transcatheter interventions, from innovative concepts to clinical practice, including all aspects of device development. 

 

It's a unique opportunity for participants to meet world leading experts in transcatheter interventions, imaging and biomaterials. They will also discover and use cutting-edge technologies and equipment.
It will bring together the professionals designing, manufacturing, implanting and evaluating the cardiac devices of tomorrow.

 

Apply now here.

Find the program here.

Summer School Gadgetron

A first edition of a "Gadgetron" Summer School will be held at the Liryc Institute from June 17th to 19th 2020.

Gadgetron is an open-source magnetic resonance image reconstruction framework providing state of-the-art image processing tools and algorithms. “Gadgetron” is a key tool for prototyping advanced reconstruction methods as well as for conducting large-scale clinical studies for magnetic resonance imaging. 

 

This 52-seat program is open to international students, engineers and experienced researchers wishing to improve understand the basics of the Gadgetron framework and the latest Gadgetron functionalities. This summer school consists of theoretical sessions and practical sessions of coding and MRI scanning.

 

 

This is a unique opportunity for participants to gain in-depth understanding of the Gadgetron framework and will present its multiple applications, from prototyping to clinical routines.

 

 

Apply now here.

Find the program here.