The purpose of this meeting is to give an overview on the current status of AI techniques applied to MR data and images and to explore developments that are likely to become clinically available in the near future.
The meeting will seek to explore the infrastructure and expertise required to deploy these methods in the clinical environment: a cookbook for investigating and deploying AI tools in MRI.
The meeting will further seek to discuss the role of the Clinical Scientist in scrutinising and facilitating these methods for clinical use, with matters such as staff training, standardisation, governance and quality control being considered.
We hope this will be an exciting and vibrant meeting on a topical issue which will be of interest to a wide range of clinical and academic scientists, clinicians and interested radiographers.
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NHS MRI physicists
Academic MRI physicists
Other medical physicist with an interest in MRI
Trainee Clinical scientists
To understand where and how AI methods MRI is being used in clinically
To understand the role of the infrastructure and expertise required to investigate AI methods being applied to MR data and images
To understand a range of AI methods for the analysis of MR images
To learn about the standards for assessing, accepting and deploying AI methods on MR images for clinical use
On-line registration is now open
Registration fees for online meetings
|IPEM member trainee||£60|
|IPEM member technologist||£52.50|
|IPEM member retired/non-salaried||£37.50|
Registration deadline: 15/11/2020