International speakers announced for UCL hosted PET-MRI symposium
UCL will host a PET-MRI Symposium at the Birkbeck Clore Management Centre this September. The symposium is directed especially to persons those with an interest in novel methods of analysis and centres establishing this methodology.
Dates: 21-23 September, 2016
Venue: Birkbeck, University of London, Clore Management Centre, Malet Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7HX
Organisers: Brian Hutton, Kris Thielemans, David Atkinson, Simon Arridge, Sebastien Ourselin
Registration: via Eventbrite
Sponsored by: UCL EPSRC PET/MRI and CCP grants
This symposium will focus on development of analysis methods for PET/MRI with the following objectives:
- To present relevant current research at UCL and other centres
- To provide a forum for networking and future planning
- To encourage national collaboration on PET/MRI methods
Invited speakers currently include (with others pending confirmation):
- Marc Kachelriess (Heidelberg)
- Martin Burger (Munster)
- Thomas Kuestner (Stuttgart)
- Gaspar Delso (Cambridge)
- Claudia Prieto Vasquez (KCL)
- Steven Sourbron (Leeds)
- Ian Law (Copenhagen)
- Julian Matthews (Manchester)
- PhD students and research fellows from UCL, KCL, KU Leuven and Imanova
Wednesday 21 September
14:00-17:30: Sessions on UK networks and attenuation correction
17:30: Welcome Reception / Buffet
Thursday 22 September
09:30-13:00: Sessions on kinetics and motion modelling 13:00 lunch
14:00-17:30: Sessions on MR and PET reconstruction and motion
Friday 23 September
09:30-13:00: Sessions joint PET/MR reconstruction and kinetics
14:00-15:30: Session on clinical applications/ issues
There are a limited number of free places at the symposium, on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please visit the Registration Page to secure a place at this event.
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