Seminars

 

Please see specific seminar announcements for dates and times.  All IIBI seminars will be presented via Zoom - request link from Kim Glynn.

2021-2022:

IIBI Seminar Series

  • 2/11/21 - “Globally Optimal Segmentation of Mutually Interacting Surfaces using Deep Learning," presented by Hui Xie, PhD candidate, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Iowa.
  • 3/11/21 - "Introduction to Analytics in the NICU," presented by Danielle Rios, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Neonatology, University of Iowa
  • 3/25/21 - "Computer vision method for grading of the health of a fundus image on basis of presence of red lesions," presented by Sayantan Bhattacharya, PhD candidate, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Iowa.
  • 4/8/21 - "Understanding the Black Box: Practical Applications of Explainable AI," presented by Sean Mullan, PhD candidate, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Iowa.
  • 4/15/21 - "Globally Optimal Surface Segmentation in Medical Imaging: From Graph Theory to Deep Learning," presented by Xiaodong Wu, PhD, Professor, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Iowa.
  • 4/22/21 - "Segmentation Quality Assessment without Ground Truth using Deep Learning," presented by Fahim Zaman, PhD candidate, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Iowa.
  • 5/6/21 -  "Assisted annotation in Deep LOGISMOS: Combining deep learning and graph optimization for simultaneous multi-compartment 3D segmentation of calf muscles on MRI," presented by Lichun Zhang, PhD candidate, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Iowa.
  • 9/9/21 - "Interdisciplinary Approach to Personalized Genomic Medicine with Applications of Machine Learning," prestented by Thomas L. Casavant, Professor and Director, Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Depts. of Biomedical and Electrical and Computer Engineering, Interdisciplinary PhD program in Genetics, University of Iowa.
  • 9/24/21 - Introduction to Data Programming Python, 2-5 p.m., via Zoom. * Note that this workshop will provide exactly the same content as the one offered in February with the same title.  Registration by 9/19/21 on https://forms.gle/Bx11X1koE3mkwWrL6.  An email with workshop details will be sent out to registrants prior to each workshop. Please contact Dr. Kang-Pyo Lee at kangpyo-lee@uiowa.edu with questions.
  • 10/14/21 - "Translational PET Imaging of CCR2 in Inflammatory Diseases and Cancer," presented by Yongjian Liu, Assoc. Professor, Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis.
  • 10/28/21 - "Targeted Alpha-particle Therapy for Metastatic Uveal Melanoma," presented by David L. Morse, PhD, Associate Member in the Department of Cancer Physiology at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute and Associate Professor in the Department of Oncologic Sciences and Physics, University of South Florida, Tampa.
  • 11/11/21 - "MRI-Guided Radiotherapy Machine Parameter Optimization Using Machine Learning," presented by Nathan Shaffer, PhD student, University of Iowa.
  • 11/19/21 -Machine Learning with Python, 2-5 p.m., via Zoom.  Registration by 11/14/21 on https://forms.gle/VFrRse9TcRetTJsDA.  An email with workshop details will be sent out to registrants prior to each workshop. Please contact Dr. Kang-Pyo Lee at kangpyo-lee@uiowa.edu with questions.
  • 12/7/21 - "Learning to Make Decisions and Deciding What to Learn," presented by Rafid Mahmood, PhD, AI Resident Researcher, NVIDIA Toronto AI Lab.
  • 12/9/21 - "A Continual Machine Learning Framework for Accelerating Scientific Discovery," presented by Kishlay Jia, PhD candidate, Department of Computer Science, University of Virginia.
  • 12/13/21 - " Tailoring AI for Pulmonary Imaging: Once Size Does Not Fit All," presented by Sarah Gerard, PhD, University of Iowa.
  • 12/14/21 - "Application of Machine Learning Models and Feature Engineering to Predict Genetics," presented by Michael Okwori, Wichita State University, KS
  • 1/21/22 - Text Analytics with Python, 2-5 p.m., via Zoom.  Registration by 1/16/22 on https://forms.gle/mrty5yLsXvVNpg9F7.  An email with workshop details will be sent out to registrants prior to each workshop. Please contact Dr. Kang-Pyo Lee at kangpyo-lee@uiowa.edu with questions.
  • 2/3/22 - "Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning Pipeline for Anatomical Landmark Detection in Minipigs," presented by Michal Brzus, PhD student, University of Iowa.
  • 2/9/22 - "Understanding Osteoarthritis and Early Post-Traumatic Joint Degeneration - Experiences from Mechanical and Imaging Approaches," presented by Jukka Jurvelin, Professor in Medical Physics, Dean for Faculty of Science and Forestry, University of Eastern Finland.
  • 2/9/22 - "Multiscale Imaging-Based in Silico Modeling of Knee Joint Mechanics and Cartilage Degeneration," presented by Rami Korhonen, Professor, Faculty of Science and Forestry, Department of Applied Physics, University of Eastern Finland.

 

MRRF Seminar Series

  • 12/21/20 - "Silent MRI: What? Why? How?," presented by Tobias Wood, PhD, Kings College, London
  • 1/19/21 - "Translational Research in Imaging in Pulmonary Disease using MRI and CT,"- presented by Sean Fain, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • 2/12/21 - "Advanced acquisition and reconstruction techniques for DCE and ASL perfusion MRI," presented by Jim Holmes, PhD, Universiy of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • 2/16/21 - "Technical Methodology for MRI-Base Kinematic Profiling of Wrist Carpal Bones," presented by Kevin Koch, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin.
  • 3/16/21 - "Quantitative MRI Methods to Detect Early-Stage Ischemic Injury to the Femoral Head," presented by Casey Johnson, PhD, University of Minnesota
  • 4/20/21 - "Shake, Rattle and Jellyroll: Measuring mechanical properties of the hippocampus with magnetic resonance elastography," presented by Brad Sutton, PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  • 5/18/21"Measuring Ventilation and Gas Exchange Rates with Hyperpolarized 129Xe Gas During Tidal Breathing," presented by Hooman Hamedani, Doctoral student, University of Pennsylvania
  • 6/15/21"Modeling, Design and Performance of Parallel Transmit and Stretchable Receive Arrays," presented by Joseph Rispoli, PhD, Purdue University
  • 7/20/21"A (non-AI) approach to better MRI," presented by James Pipe, PhD, Mayo Clinic
  • 8/17/21 - "Field monitoring: Directly measuring the dynamic field within the MRI scanner to improve image quality," presented by Cameron Cushing, PhD, Skope Magnetic Resonance Technologies
  • 9/21/21"Imaging Brain Metabolism - Advances and Clinical Translation of MR Spectroscopy," presented by Yan Li, PhD, UCSF
  • 10/19/21 - "Past, Present and Future MRI Coil Technology," presented by Fraser Robb, PhD, GE Healthcare
  • 11/16/21 - "Deep-Learning Proton-Exchange MR Fingerprinting (X-MRF)," presented by Hye Young Heo, MS, PhD, Johns Hopkins Medicine Department of Radiology
  • 12/21/21 - "Bipolar Disorder and the Cerebellum," presented by Vincent Magnotta, PhD, University of Iowa
  • 1/18/22 - "High Resolution Diffusion MRI and Applications in Neurogenerative Diseases," presented by Allen Song, PhD, Duke University
  • 2/15/22 - "Towards an Era in Precision MRI," presented by Kawin Setsompop, PhD, Stanford University
  • 3/15/22 - Thomas Foo, PhD, GE Global Research
  • 4/19/22 -  Charles Dumoulin, PhD, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

 

 

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