The Radiouclides in Nephrourology (RIN) group was formed in 1968 after an international symposium in Liège in 1967 devoted to this subject. The purpose of the group is to provide a forum for the exchange of the developments in radionuclide techniques in nephro-urology. You can read more about this in good writing service to understand both the "physics" and the concept with interpretation.
This site is intended mainly for specialists working in renal nuclear medicine. General information on nuclear medicine is available from the British (www.bnms.org.uk), European (www.eanm.org) or American (www.snm.org) web sites.
If you are a patient seeking more information about the diagnosis or treatment of kidney disease, there are many internet resources including:
The next symposium that was to have been held in October, 2016
in Barcelona, Spain
HAS BEEN CANCELLED
The very first event in the history of ISCORN was the symposium on applications of radionuclides in diseases of the kidneys and urinary tract at the 32nd Belgian Congress of Urology in Liege, 1967 . Since then, fifteen international symposia on Radionuclides in Nephrourology have been organized in New York (1971), Berlin (1974), Boston (1977), London (1981), Lausanne (1986), Williamsburg (1989), Chester (1992), Sante Fe (1995), Copenhagen (1998), Monterey (2001), LaBaule (2004), Antalya (2007), Czech Republic (2010), and Varese, Italy (2013). Besides organizing international symposia and publishing the proceedings as the separate volumes of the journals and books, ISCORN activities included preparation and publication of consensus reports on various methodical and clinical aspects of nuclear nephrourology.
Participants of ISCORN business meeting in Prague 2009
 Blaufox MD. A brief history of the radionuclides in nephrourology group (ISCORN). Seminars in nuclear medicine 2008; 38(1):2-8