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Diagnostics & Bio Imaging

Diagnostics & Imaging

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Symposium Chair

Prakash D. NallathambyPrakash D. Nallathamby
Research Assistant Professor
Notre Dame University

Eric GaleEric Gale
Assistant Professor
Harvard Medical School

Key Speakers

Michael T. McMahonNew nonmetallic Imidazole MRI contrast agents for performing functional MRI of kidneys
Michael T. McMahon
Associate Professor, Department of Radiology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Steven BuechlerTools for accurate subtyping and improved treatment of colorectal cancer
Steven Buechler
Professor, University of Notre Dame, Founder, DiagenomiX

Caitlin TresslerMALDI Imaging: Taking Biomedical Research to the Next Level of Molecular Microscopy
Caitlin Tressler
Postdoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Qin LiDevelopment and assessment of quantitative imaging tools
Qin Li
Division of Imaging, Diagnostics, and Software Reliability, FDA Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories

The 2020 Diagnostics & Bio Imaging symposium will highlight innovations in development and commercialization of diagnostic and imaging technologies and imaging materials for clinical and health applications. Submit an abstract and plan to join researchers and innovators from around the world at this exciting event.

 
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Symposium Sessions

Monday June 29

10:30Diagnostics & Bioimaging: Keynotes
1:30Interventional Diagnostic Biomarkers and Data Analytics

Tuesday June 30

4:00Medical Devices - Posters

Wednesday July 1

1:30Machine Learning for Medical Diagnostics

Symposium Program

Monday June 29

10:30Diagnostics & Bioimaging: Keynotes
Session chair: Prakash D. Nallathamby, Notre Dame University; Eric Gale, Harvard Medical School
Tools for accurate subtyping and improved treatment of colorectal cancer
S. Buechler, University of Notre Dame / DiagenomiX, US
Development and assessment of quantitative imaging tools
Q. Li, Food & Drug Administration, US
New nonmetallic Imidazole MRI contrast agents for performing functional MRI of kidneys
S. Bo, K.D. Pavuluri, Y. Wu, N. Yadav, M. Pomper, F. Sedaghat, M. Kates, M.T. McMahon, Johns Hopkins University, US
MALDI Imaging: Taking Biomedical Research to the Next Level of Molecular Microscopy
C. Tressler, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, US
1:30Interventional Diagnostic Biomarkers and Data Analytics
Session chair: Eric Gale, Harvard Medical School, Prakash D. Nallathamby, Notre Dame University
PEST-enabled Precision Medicine Platform for Viral Diagnostics and Therapeutics
S. Yao, X. Wang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US
GammaPix PK: Cost-effective, in-vivo monitoring & tracking of radio-nuclides
E.P. Rubenstein, G.A. Drukier, F. d’Errico, Image Insight Inc., US
Glycation of the lipoprotein ApoAI is a novel biomarker for early predicting diabetic cardiovascular complications.
S. Kashyap, S. Ilchenko, E. Reed, T. Kasumov, Northeast Ohio Medical University, US
Beyond in vitro
M. Blanco, NANOPEC, US
Novel Genomic Signatures of Neural Repair to Assess Long-term Recovery from Supersonic/Hypersonic Shock Wave Exposures
S. Svetlov, K. Wang, S. Murphy, F. Kobeissy, P. Vandevord, Immunova, LLC, US

Tuesday June 30

4:00Medical Devices - Posters
Robust and Trustworthy AI for Brain Tumor Surveillance
G. Rasool, Rowan University, US
System and Methods for Stroke Rehabilitation using Virtual and Augmented Reality
J. Daniels, Kinaptic, LLC, US
A New Surgical Technique for Femoral Component in TKA Based on Epicondylar Axis to Reduce Femoral Component Malposition, Knee Malalignment, and Fat Embolism
H. Seyyedhosseinzadeh, M. Kerdari, S. Rastegarramsheh, Rowan University, Orthopedic Research Group, US
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: Focused Coils and Brain Phantoms
R.L. Hadimani, H. Magsood, I. Carmona, D. Jiles, A. Pandurangi, Virginia Commonwealth University, US
Biomechanical Evaluation of Flexible Reconstruction with Non-Fusion Instrumentation of the Lumbar Spine
M. Mesbah, M. Bendoukha, A. Berkaoui, University of Mostaganem, DZ

Wednesday July 1

1:30Machine Learning for Medical Diagnostics
Session chair: Prakash D. Nallathamby, Notre Dame University, Eric Gale, Harvard Medical School
Point-of-care serodiagnostic test using a multiplexed paper-based immunoassay and machine learning
Z. Ballard, University of California, Los Angeles, US
Machine Learning for Automated Hepatic Fat Quantification
H. Sagreiya, A. Akhbardeh, University of Pennsylvania, US
An Unsupervised Approach for Treatment Effectiveness Monitoring Using Curvature Learning
A. Akhbardeh, H. Sagreiya, Stanford University, US
Novel respiratory monitoring using ultrasound signaling
G. Bilen-Rosas, I. Ong, H. Rosas, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Madison, US
Microbubbling Digital Assay
P. Wang, University of Pennsylvania, US
AI Platform for DNA Diagnostics, Therapeutics & Ancestry
R. Peterson, J. Kahn, DNA Analtytics, US
Kidney Cancer Staging using Deep Learning Neural Network
N. Hadjiyski, Ann Arbor Pioneer High School, US

Topics & Application Areas

  • Novel Approaches for Diagnostics & Assays
  • Lab on a Chip Diagnostics
  • Rapid Field Assays & Diagnostics
  • Infection Monitoring & Reporting Technologies
  • Nanoparticle-Based Imaging & Diagnostics
  • Wearables & Diagnostics Agents for Non-invaseive Diagnosis
  • Big Data Analysis & Predictive Diagnostics
  • Advances in MRI, X-ray CT & PET-SPEC
  • Contrast Agent Technology for Early Diagnosis
  • Other
 
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