About us

About us

Welcome to the SCR’24

 The Saturday course will be giving you a broad spectrum of insights.Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, dear Colleagues and Friends,

Thank you for attending the Swiss Congress of Radiology in Geneva from June 20-22, 2024.

We hope you enjoyed the scientific and educational programme and would like to thank all attendees, as well as national and international speakers, moderators and abstract presenters for their tremendous contributions.

With an attendance of more than 1.200 participants, the SCR’24 was a great success offering many networking possibilities!
We are particularly grateful for all our industry partners, their essential support and long-term efforts to set up symposia and sessions of such high quality, as well as for making the SCR’24 exhibition a place where the latest innovations could be discovered and networking really happened. 

It is with great pleasure that we would like to invite you to the Swiss Congress of Radiology 2025 (SCR’25) from May 15-17, 2025 in Olma Messen in St. Gallen, please save the date!

St. Gallen offers beautiful views and an amazing historical center. We hope you will be able to take the time to enjoy the city, as St. Gallen is not only a great conference location but also a stunning place to spend your evenings after the SCR.

The Swiss Society of Radiology (SGR-SSR) and its associated societies (SGPR-SSRP, SSVIR, SSER, SSSR, SSRMP), as well as the SVMTR-ASTRM (Swiss Association of Radiographers) and the SGNM-SSMN (Swiss Society of Nuclear Medicine) are working with great dedication to develop an attractive 3-day programme, with common educational and scientific sessions, many exciting lectures covering the entire spectrum of diagnostic and interventional radiology with renowned national and international speakers, as well as more dedicated sessions for each subspeciality.

A special programme tailored to the residents’ needs including the popular “How to survive the nightshift” session and many others will be part of the congress as well. The Saturday course will be giving you a broad spectrum of insights.

We all very much hope that the most important aspect of our congress, namely the conviviality of the exchange between colleagues will be able to flourish even more in 2025. We are also looking forward to a wonderful society evening to network and connect with our colleagues as well as new people while enjoying a magnificent dinner and party!

Sincerely yours,

Prof. Dr. Dr. Johannes Heverhagen                  &                 Prof. Dr. Hatem Alkadhi
Congress President SGR-SSR                                                   President Scientific Committee

Organising Societies

Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Radiologie

Société Suisse de Radiologie

Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Nuklearmedizin

Société Suisse de Médecine Nucléaire

Schweizerische Vereinigung der Radiologiefachpersonen

Association suisse des techniciens en radiologie médicale

Participating Societies

Swiss Society of Emergency Radiology
Swiss Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology
Schweizerische Gesellschaft für kardiovaskuläre und interventionelle Radiologie

Société Suisse de radiologie cardiovasculaire
et interventionnelle

Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Pädiatrische Radiologie

Société Suisse de Radiologie Pédiatrique

The Swiss Congress of Radiology is delighted to announce its collaboration with the following society:

Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Strahlenbiologie und Medizinische Physik

Société Suisse de Radiobiologie et de Physique Médicale
Swiss Society of Radiobiology and Medical Physics

Future Congress

We are glad to announce that the SCR’25 will take place in St. Gallen, from May 15 to May 17, 2025.

SCR’26 – Lausanne, May 28 to May 30, 2026

FAQ
What does SCR stand for?
The Swiss Congress of Radiology – short SCR – is the largest radiological scientific and educational meeting of Switzerland with an average attendance of over 1,200 professional and industry delegates. It is held every year in a different city in Switzerland.
Who organizes the SCR?

The annual Swiss Congress of Radiology is organized by the Scientific Committee of the Swiss Society of Radiology (SGR-SSR), in joint collaboration with the Swiss Society of Nuclear Medicine (SGNM-SSMN) and the Swiss Association of Radiographers (SVMTR-ASTRM). Moreover, the following associated sub-societies of the SGR-SSR contribute to the congress organization: the Swiss Society of Vascular and Interventional Radiology (SSVIR), the Swiss Society of Emergency Radiology (SSER), the Swiss Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology (SSSR) and the Swiss Society of Paediatric Imaging (SGPR-SSRP). In addition, the Swiss Society of Radiobiology and Medical Physics (SSRMP), the Swiss Society of Radiopharmacy/Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry (SGRRC-SSRCR) as well as the Swiss Society for Ultrasound in Medicine (SGUM-SSUM) contribute to the scientific programme.

How does the congress programme look like?
The programme of the SCR consists of refresher courses, plenary sessions with lectures by national and international speakers as well as scientific sessions with oral abstracts. Moreover, the latest updates in radiology are presented in the poster exhibition. The SCR offers a different programme for radiologists, nuclear medicine specialists and radiographers. On top of that, many different companies present their latest medical and technical products in the exhibition area. So the SCR is not only a place to listen and learn but also a platform for personal exchange between friends, colleagues and companies.
Which audience does the SCR address?
The SCR is interesting for radiologists, nuclear medicine specialists and radiographers working in public and private hospitals as well as in private practices. The Congress also turns to residents, medical students as well as students for radiography/nuclear medicine. As the official congress language is English, the congress is not only interesting for national participants but also for an international audience.
In which language are the lectures?

The official congress language is English. Therefore, all lectures and workshops are held in English (no translation provided).

Some abstracts might be orally presented in German, French or English during the scientific sessions, although the visual presentations are all in English.

Congress Services Team

Agathe Milliken

Klara Moser

Wolfgang Duchek