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Welcome to the website of the European Union of Medical Specialists - Section of Radiology


The objectives of the UEMS Section of Radiology are:
- The study, promotion and harmonisation of the highest level of training of the medical specialists, medical practice and health care within the European Union in Radiology.

- The study and promotion of free movement of radiologists within the EU.
- In compliance with UEMS Statutes, Strategy and Policies and under the aegis of the UEMS Executive, the representation to EU authorities and any other authority and/or organisation dealing with questions directly or indirectly concerning the medical specialists of the discipline covered by the Section, and any action which might further the achievement of the afore mentioned objectives.
- The defence of the professional interests of European Radiologists.


Use the navigation at the top of the screen to browse the different sections of this website.




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Domus Medica Europaea

24, Rue de l´Industrie - 1040 Brussels - BELGIUM



UEMS Radiology - Secretariat

e-mail: radiology@uems.eu

Phone: +32 2 486 0641


Bank Details:


UEMS A.I.S.B.L /S. Radiology

Account number: 001-6615547-29


Brussels, Belgium


IBAN: BE26 0016 6155 4729


All contributions must be sent to the following address:


Dr. Remy Demuth

Treasurer UEMS Radiology

Centre Hospitalier Emile Mayrisch

rue de l´Hopital

L-3488 Dudelange



Division websites


Interventional Radiology





ECR is the annual event of the ESR - European Society of Radiology and one of the biggest scientific meetings in Europe.

The European Society of Radiology (ESR) is an apolitical, non-profit organisation dedicated to strengthening and unifying European radiology. With 67.500 members in good standing from 155 different countries, it has grown to become the largest radiological society in the world!