Singel 425, Amsterdam, Netherlands
ADS Coffee & Data: Medical Imaging
Join us for an exciting programme on Monday 19 September, where senior researchers from academia and industry will exchange ideas on the role of Data Science in Medical Imaging.
Recent years have seen an ever-increasing volume of medical imaging data and annotations being collected and stored. Processing these large datasets is key to ensure we benefit from the wealth of information available.
This Coffee & Data will highlight recent progresses in this fast-advancing field, together with new opportunities, future proposed directions and the associated challenges.
09:45-10:00 Welcome reception with coffee
10:00-10:05 Introduction by Max Welling, Research Chair in Machine Learning, Informatics Institute, UvA
10:05-10:35 Wiro Niessen
“Large scale imaging and genetic data analysis in dementia research”
Full Professor of Biomedical Image Processing in the Departments of Radiology and Medical Informatics at the Erasmus MC.
Wiro Niessen’s research interests include many aspects of computer vision, biomedical image analysis, and computer assisted interventions.
10:35-11:05 Jeroen Tas
Executive Vice President, Connected Care & Health Informatics Businesses, Philips
Jeroen Tas has more than 30 years of global experience as an entrepreneur and senior executive in the financial services, healthcare and information technology industries.
11:05-11:35 Jan Lagendijk
“MRI Guided Radiotherapy: Image Guided Surgery without a Knife”
Professor and Head Radiation Oncology, Radiology and Nuclear Medicine Physics, Universitair Medisch Centrum Utrecht
Jan Lagendijk’s current research line is the application of MRI in radiotherapy. This includes MRI based tumour characterisation and treatment simulation, and the use of MRI for treatment guidance and treatment response assessment.
11:35-11:50 Open Discussion
11:50-12:15 Drinks and snacks
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