Link to the Networking Hour: HERE OCT 23 - 11:40AM CEST - Enter the Networking room to meet your peers and play 'Human vs. AI by GLEAMER : Will
Link to the Networking Hour: HERE OCT 23 – 11:40AM CEST – Enter the Networking room to meet your peers and play ‘Human vs. AI by GLEAMER : Will you Challenge?
Link to the Congress: if you registered below, the link is in your email box. Check also spam folder. In case of any issue contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to the Evaluation Form: HERE The event is officially accredited by EACCME® for 3 European CME credits (ECMEC®). Kindly fill it within OCT 31 -2021. Within 4 weeks from the submission you will receive a Certificate of attendance + CME credits.
EuSoMII Virtual Annual Meeting – October 23, 2021
We proudly announce that this year the EuSoMII Annual Meeting will again be held as an online-only virtual event.
The event will take place on October 23rd 2021.
The Program includes a Didactic session + a Networking hour in the morning.
In the afternoon a great scientific session + joint sessions with our Partner Societies SIIM, EFOMP, EFRS and TSR.
EuSoMII Virtual Annual Meeting ‘Connections’ has been officially accredited by EACCME® for 3 European CME credits (ECMEC®)
Tickets available below – The link to join will be sent on due course, check also the spam folder.
49 Euro Non Members
25 Euro Members and Friend Societies (SIIM, EFOMP, SIRM, EFRS, TSR, NVvR Sectie Techniek)
FREE Young Members, Students, Residents (Every Institutions) 0 Euro (FREE=>Register using the Zero Ticket below)
Program available HERE
Call for abstracts
You will again be able to present yourself and your work to a wide and highly specialized audience from Europe but also around the globe. We will again welcome all sorts of submissions, including – but certainly not limited to – scientific posters.
Info & Submissions HERE
Discover how to give your Company the max exposure during our event.
Contact Paola Rinaldi at: email@example.com
Register for the EuSoMII AM21 and get:
-20% promotional discount off the printed book or eBook ‘Basic Knowledge of Medical Imaging Informatics’
Undergraduate Level and Level I
-Temporary free access to one selected book chapter: “Sharing Imaging Data” by Peter van Ooijen and Erik Ranschaert
The discount for participants will be valid from October 20th to November 17th.
The Discount flyer will be sent together with the Link to join the Meeting a few days before the event.
All Day (Saturday)
EuSoMIIprinaldi.firstname.lastname@example.org Am Gestade 1 - 1010 Vienna, Austria
Tickets are not available for sale any more for this event!
Speakers for this event
CEO QUIBIM EuSoMII Executive Board Member Telecommunications Engineer with specialisation in electronics by the Polytechnic University of Valencia (2002-2007) and PhD in Biomedical Engineering (2010) by the same university for his research on the application of advanced image processing techniques to magnetic resonance imaging. In the professional aspect he is founder and director of the spin-off company QUIBIM (Quantitative Imaging Biomarkers in Medicine), dedicated to the advanced analysis of medical images using artificial intelligence. He previously held the position of Scientific-Technical Director of the Biomedical Imaging Research Group at La Fe Health Research Institute and R & D engineer (2007-2012) and coordinator of biomedical engineering (2012-2014) of Grupo Hospitalario Quirón, the leading private healthcare provider in Spain. In the research field, he is the author of more than 60 scientific articles in prestigious international journals and inventor of 3 patents. He is also the author of more than 80 communications to international congresses, editor of 2 international books and author of 15 book chapters. He has participated in a large number of research projects and clinical trials. He is an active member of several scientific societies, among which stands out his participation as a member of the Board of Directors of the European Society of Medical Imaging Informatics (EUSOMII) and member of the e-Health Committee of the European Society of Radiology. He is also a member of the management team of the e-Health working group of the Official College of Telecommunications Engineers. In the teaching area, he is a collaborating professor at the Polytechnic University of Valencia in the direction of end-of-career projects, dissertations and doctoral theses and of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry of the University of Valencia as professor of Advanced Medical Imaging. He teaches seminars in the Master of Biomedical Engineering of the University of Zaragoza and the Master of Advances in Diagnostic and Therapeutic Radiology of the University of Granada. In 2012 he was awarded by the Polytechnic University of Valencia with the Best PhD Award in the area of ICT and by the European Society of Radiology with the Best Scientific Paper Award for his advances in the application of engineering to the study of cardiovascular remodeling. In 2013 he received the European Pro-Academy Prize award, which is awarded to the scientific leaders of exemplary groups in science and academic life. In 2014 he was recognized by the European Society of Radiology with the award for the best scientific contribution in the field of oncology. In 2015, he was appointed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) as one of the young innovators under the age of 35 to be considered.
For her PhD at Ghent University, Caro Franck worked on patient-specific dose and image quality in CT imaging. She is employed as a medical physicist at the Antwerp University Hospital where she continues her research on dose and image quality in the Radiology department.
FCR (Fellowship of the College of Radiographer) MBA (Open) BSc (Hons) DCR (R) & (T) President, European Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS) Director of Professional Policy, Society and College of Radiographers (SCoR) Charlotte Beardmore is the President of the EFRS, which represents over 105,000 radiographers and 8,000 students across Europe within clinical imaging, nuclear medicine and Radiotherapy, and a past Chair of the EFRS Radiotherapy Committee and member of the SAFE Radiotherapy consortium. Charlotte is Director of Professional Policy at the Society of Radiographers, an honorary member of the Royal College of Radiologists and a past president of the Society of Radiographers. Charlotte has over 35 years of experience as a radiographer initially qualifying as a Diagnostic Radiographer, and then a Therapeutic Radiographer. Her career has expanded across clinical, project and managerial positions in health care. Her current role, at SoR requires her to provide leadership, advice and guidance on the educational and professional development of the radiography profession across the UK. Charlotte is co-chair of the Health Education England, Strategic Oversight Group: Centre for Advancing Practice; for the multi-professional workforce across health and social care in England.
Dr. Roth serves as Associate Professor of Neuroradiology, as the Vice Chairman of Health Information Technology and Clinical Informatics for Duke University Radiology, and also as the Director of Imaging Informatics Strategy for Duke Health. He leads the enterprise-wide imaging informatics strategic development and governance at Duke University, for such systems as imaging clinical decision support, image exchange, image viewing, image archiving, image analytics, and the imaging informatics of the electronic health record. He serves as an active member of the Radiological Society of North America Informatics committee, the American College of Radiology Informatics Commission, as Chair of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine Annual Meeting, and Co-Chair of the HIMSS-SIIM enterprise imaging community.
Dr Christina Malamateniou is the director of the postgraduate and doctorate programme in Radiography, at City, University of London and an academic researcher for the last 18 years. She is also currently the chair of the AI advisory group of the Society and College of Radiographers and the vice chair of the EFRS research committee. She has published more than 45 papers in the field of perinatal MRI, clinical education, person cented care and AI in Radiography and has collectively research grant ncome as PI and Co-I of more than £2.9 million.
Mathias Prokop is Professor of Radiology at Radboud University Nijmegen and chairman of the Department of Radiology since 2009. He came to the Netherlands in 2002 when he was appointed Professor of Radiology at UMC Utrecht in 2004. From 1998 he had been working as an associate professor of Radiology at the University of Vienna Medical School, Austria. He trained as a radiologist at Hanover Medical School, Germany and earned a Bachelor of Science in Physics at Philipps-University Marburg, Germany. Dr Prokop is an expert in body imaging with a special focus on multislice CT and new imaging technologies. As one of the first users of the various generations of multislice CT scanners, he is working on new and improved imaging applications. In the past decade he concentrated on chest screening with CT (cancer, cardiovascular disease, COPD) and has been a major player in the Dutch-Belgian lung cancer screening trial (NELSON). He is currently focusing on high-resolution CT perfusion imaging. https://nl.linkedin.com/in/mathias-prokop-713080a
Radiologist, currently faculty of Dokuz Eylül Uninversity School of Medicine Main interests in radiology: breast, interventional and abdominal radiology Chairman of Radiology Department ( 2001-2011) Interested with medical informatics since 2005 Main interest in MI: Image segmentation, NLP, Artificial Intelligence Chairman of Medical Informatics Departments (2005-2018) President of Turkish Medical Informatics Association, (2019- ) Highly involved in medical education and training Vice Dean of DEU School of Medicine, 2000-2006 Dean of DEU School of Medicine, 2016-2018 President of Turkish Medical Education Association, 2008-2010 One international and 3 national books ; About 80 SCI indexed scientific articles Health Services Manager Award in 2010 Several roles in European Society of Radiology; Education Com., European Board of Radiology, ETAP etc. Graduated from Philosophy in 2009, Anadolu University Hobbies: Cartoons, collecting humor journals, music and wood works
Renato Cuocolo obtained his medical degree from the University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli” in 2011, completed his residency in radiology, at the University of Naples “Federico II”, in 2017, and his PhD in Biomorphological and Surgical Sciences at the Department of Advanced Biomedical Sciences, University of Naples “Federico II”, in 2020. He is currently a research fellow at the Department of Clinical Medicine and Surgery, University of Naples “Federico II”. Member of the European Society of Medical Imaging Informatics (EuSoMII) Young Club Committee and European Society of Urogenital Radiology (ESUR) Junior Network Committee. Member of the Augmented Reality for Health Monitoring Laboratory (ARHeMLab) of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, University of Naples "Federico II". Member of the European Network for Assessment of Imaging in Medicine (EuroAIM), a joint initiative of the European Institute for Biomedical Imaging Research (EIBIR). His research interests include musculoskeletal radiology, genitourinary radiology, radiomics and machine learning applications in medical imaging. He is also an experienced reviewer and was awarded the Reviewer of the Year 2019 prize from the European Journal of Radiology. Member of the Editorial Board for European Radiology, European Radiology Experimental, and BMC Medical Imaging.
Dr. Cook is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She has a strong background in imaging informatics, having done her doctoral work in quantitative image processing in the Penn Image Computing and Science Laboratory (PICSL) of Dr. James Gee. During her residency, Dr. Cook became heavily involved in clinical imaging informatics research and completed a dedicated year of research as part of her residency. She is the developer of RADIANCE, an open-source software pipeline for CT radiation exposure which was the second available tool worldwide upon its release in 2010. Dr. Cook is an active member of multiple radiology societies, including the RSNA, ACR, SIIM, and AUR. She was one of the two recipients of the 2011 E. Stephen Amis, Jr. Fellowship in Quality and Safety offered annually by the American College of Radiology. In 2013 she was named one of the four AUR GERRAF fellows for 2013-2015. Dr. Cook currently enjoys an academic appointment in radiology that enables her to continue her clinical work and research in imaging informatics. She is the director of the Imaging Informatics Fellowship in the Department of Radiology, as well as the clinical director of the department's 3-D and Advanced Imaging Laboratory. She is also the Co-Director of the Center for Practice Transformation. In 2020, Dr. Cook was inducted into the College of SIIM Fellows and received the inaugural Dr. Ruth Dayhoff Award for the Advancement of Women in Medical Imaging Informatics. Dr. Cook’s current research sits squarely at the intersection of imaging informatics and health services. She and her team were awarded one of the first grants from the Penn Center for Healthcare Innovation, in order to develop and study an automated radiology recommendation-tracking engine. In her various roles, she is pursuing innovative methods to improve radiologists' workflow, as well as enhance the delivery of longitudinal patient care in radiology.