This workshop will focus on both the technical aspects of PET/MRI as well as the clinical utility of PET/MRI.
There will be sessions on technical developments such as novel MR attenuation correction techniques and approaches to motion correction as well as focused sessions based on body parts for clinical and research applications (neuro, GU/gyn, cardiac, etc). Other sessions will include highlighting how non-FDG tracers can be leveraged in novel ways using PET/MRI and AI’s increasingly important role in improving PET acquisition and reconstruction (including ultra-low dose) and diagnosis (post-processing segmentation and diagnosis).
Sessions are also available on how to help develop multi-center trials, including breakout sessions based on disease type for participants to work in small groups to discuss the need and possibly design multi-center trials. The workshop will feature a mixture of invited scientific presentations, proffered papers, a poster session, small group discussions, and a keynote lecture. Lastly, a Young Investigator award will be presented to students and early-stage post-doctoral researchers or physicians who will be selected from the oral paper presentations.
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