This new course on Radiomics will provide an in-depth primer for everyone interested in learning more about this rapidly emerging field and will address the challenges of integrating Radiomics into the clinical workspace
The course is limited to 24 participants per class, each with their own workstation.
Each 1.5 hour session will commence with a lecture followed by a stimulating, interactive and often lively mentored review of real world examples. At the end of the day, each participant will have a better understanding of Radiomics and its application in the clinical arena.The focused workshop will address both the technical aspects, as well as the clinical applications of Radiomics. Delegates will learn and understand the components of a typical radiomics pipeline, the tools available for data annotation, understand the steps necessary to investigate and create a radiomics signature, as well as recognizing the potential sources of bias and pitfalls. Attendees will also learn how to appraise the quality of radiomics studies, and understand how to meaningfully undertake a radiomics study and apply current knowledge to their own clinical areas.
* Understand radiomics and its current status in clinical development and use
* Learn about the components of a typical radiomics analysis ad the tools available to undertake these tasks
* Understand the strengths and pitfalls of radiomics; how to avoid mistakes and increase generalisability of findings
* Appraising the quality of radiomics study and how they can be applied to the clinical area
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