Toronto MRI 5-Day Mastery Conference with Dr. Stephen J. Pomeranz

Join Dr. Pomeranz, your fellow colleagues from around the world, and the ProScan Education team for a 5-day intensive workshop at the beautiful Westin hotel in downtown Toronto.

Just like we do together online, we will be meeting live to review hundreds of new cases to bring you further along the path of MRI Mastery.

Each attendee will have their own workstation loaded with every case being reviewed. You’ll work through the case alongside Dr. Pomeranz for a more interactive learning experience.


Neuroradiology MRI Mastery Class — Day 1 & 2

Monday, June 18 – Tuesday, June 19

Lecture and Case-Based Review

Read alongside Dr. Pomeranz on Individual Workstations

Two days, 12 hours, 60+ cases reviewed, 12 CME

Cost: $1,000 — Register Now


Musculoskeletal MRI Mastery Class — Day 3 & 4

Wednesday, June 20 – Thursday, June 21

Lecture and Case-Based Review

Read alongside Dr. Pomeranz on Individual Workstations

Two days, 12 hours, 60+ cases reviewed, 12 CME

Cost: $1,000 — Register Now


Prostate MRI Mastery Workshop — Day 5

Friday, June 22

Lecture And Case-Based Review

Read alongside Dr. Pomeranz on Individual Workstations

Half-day, 4 hours, 20+ cases reviewed, 4 CME

Cost: $500 — Register Now


MRI Online Members: This course is offered at no additional cost as part of your annual membership. If you would like to attend this course, you can register here.

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  • Receive unique, firsthand knowledge from a leading lecturer in an interactive setting
  • Participate in expanded case review sessions, including sample dictations
  • Learn how to use the latest search algorithms to provide clear, concise diagnostic pathways


  • Individual workstations with all cases for you to review
  • Catered breakfast, working lunch and refreshment breaks
  • Full-color electronic syllabus


  • Radiologists – MR specialists
  • Imaging physicians – Neuro surgeons
  • General surgeons – Referring clinicians
  • Orthopedic Surgeons



Neuro Module — June 18 & 19

Participants who complete this activity should be able to:

  • Use their detailed anatomic knowledge to precisely localize pathology within the brain, spine, head, and neck;
  • reliably resolve clinical diagnostic dilemmas, such as stroke versus tumor, demyelination versus microvasculopathy, discitis versus degenerative endplate changes;
  • utilize MRI physics concepts to analyze and improve image quality and modify sequences in response to clinical needs;
  • acquire an understanding of advanced techniques, including diffusion, perfusion, tractography, and spectroscopy, and their clinical applications;
  • appropriately select and interpret advanced methods of vascular imaging;
  • demonstrate increased insight into clinical decision-making in the management of hydrocephalus, degenerative disc disease, and neoplasia of the brain and spine;
  • define essentials of imaging diagnosis of neurodegenerative and demyelinating conditions and provide clinical correlation;
  • acquire facility with the imaging diagnosis of conditions affecting the nervous system in children;
  • resulting in practice improvements and better patient care


Ortho Module — June 20 & 21

Participants who complete this activity should be able to:

  • identify normal anatomy and variations, as well as pathology of the musculoskeletal system;
  • recognize indications and applications of magnetic resonance imaging and other advanced imaging modalities for bone and soft tissues;
  • discuss a multidisciplinary approach to patient management, allowing for practice improvement and better patient care.


Prostate Module — June 22

Participants who complete this activity should be able to:

  • Distinguish between significant and insignificant prostate cancers and clinical outcomes
  • Stage/grade MRI findings accurately for referring clinicians
  • Review the most commonly used components of prostate MRI examination
  • Identify the appearance of a normal prostate, benign entities, low-grade tumors, and “significant” cancers with MRI
  • Appreciate the rapidly evolving options for targeted biopsy and focal treatment options
  • Recognize the wide range of clinical settings where MRI can be a powerful diagnostic tool: screening, active surveillance, staging, recurrence identification, treatment planning, and treatment response evaluation



The Westin Harbour Castle, 1 Harbour Square, Toronto, ON M5J 1A6, Canada



The ProScan Imaging Education Foundation is Accredited with Commendation by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essentials and policies of the ACCME.


ProScan Imaging Education Foundation designates this live activity for a maximum of 28 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.™ Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


One or more of the following topics will be addressed during this activity:

  • better image triage,
  • improved diagnostic acumen,
  • change in approach to dilemmas,
  • enhanced communication,
  • practice systems,
  • better utilization of technology,
  • strategies for patient treatment, etc.


It is the policy of ProScan Imaging Education Foundation to require all faculty, presenters, reviewers, planning committee members and sponsors (including spouses and partners) participating in this live activity to disclose any relevant financial relationships they have/had with ACCME-defined commercial interests within the prior 12 months. This information will be shared with all participants at the course.