Sanjay Prabhu Speaking on 3D Printing and Artificial Intelligence at Imaging in England 2018
Imaging in England 2018, Presented by Global Radiology CME in association with the British Institute of Radiology, June 3-6, in Oxford, U.K. will cover this years Minnie's hottest and most controversial topics in radiology - Artificial Intelligence and 3D printing. We are pleased to welcome Dr. Sanjay P. Prabhu, Staff Pediatric Neuroradiologist at Boston Children's Hospital and Assistant Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School who will present lectures on the Radiologist's Role in Medical 3D Printing - Opportunities and Challenges and Artificial Intelligence in Pediatric Radiology - Current Applications and the Future. Dr. Prabhu will be joining our outstanding faculty that includes world renowned radiologists, Drs. Donald Resnick, László Tabár, Phillip Tirman, Blake Johnson, Neil Rofsky, Simon Blease, Vikas Shah, and David Wilson. Please join fellow Global Rads from around the world in Oxford June 2018, for an outstanding educational and networking experience!
Sanjay Prabhu is a Staff Pediatric Neuroradiologist at Boston Children's Hospital and Assistant Professor of Radiology at the Harvard Medical School. He has served as the Director of the Advanced Image Analysis Lab at Boston Children’s Hospital since 2010. In 2013, Dr. Prabhu was appointed to the position of Clinical Director of the SIMPeds3D print program.
Dr. Prabhu completed his radiology training in the United Kingdom in 2005 followed by fellowships in Pediatric Radiology in Melbourne, Australia and subspecialty fellowships in Pediatric Neuroradiology and Cardiac Imaging at Boston Children’s Hospital, including focus on epilepsy imaging, functional MRI, fetal neuroimaging, MR spectroscopy and pediatric cardiac imaging.His current research interests include 3D printing, imaging of pediatric epilepsy, use of augmented reality, clinical decision support, and machine learning in radiology. He has authored more than 100 peer-reviewed papers and 16 book chapters. He is currently working on building next generation clinical decision support tools with the hospital’s digital health team and industry partners. His work in the SIMPeds3D print program focuses on evaluating utility of 3D printed models for pediatric surgical simulation, training and patient education. With his team at SIMPeds3D print, he has helped create more than 500 bespoke 3D patient-specific models to help clinicians from various subspecialties in Boston and other parts of the world.He has a special interest in trainee education and he has served as the Webmaster and social media education coordinator for the World Federation of Pediatric Imaging for the last 4 years.
The #iie2018 conference will be held in Oxford, UK from June 3 to June 6, 2018, at the Mathematical Institute on the campus of The University of Oxford. Condé Nast recently named the University of Oxford as one of the top 50 most beautiful places to visit in Europe.
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Dr. Prabhu's Lectures:
Radiologist’s role in medical 3D Printing- opportunities and challenges
In this talk, Dr. Prabhu will elaborate on the current role of bespoke 3D printing at Boston Children’s Hospital. He will discuss the typical clinical scenarios where a 3D printed model is most useful, step-by-step methods to create a 3D printed model from DICOM files, and compare in-house and outsourced pathways to create a usable print. Dr. Prabhu will also discuss imaging protocols to help create high quality models and highlight how close collaboration between the radiologist and clinician/surgeon can enhance a print. Using illustrative clinical examples and published studies from the Boston Children’s Hospital, Dr. Prabhu will look at case scenarios where 3D printing, surgical simulation and virtual surgical planning has been shown to impact patient outcomes.
Artificial intelligence in pediatric radiology- current applications and the future
With increasing numbers of images being produced at a rapid pace on modern scanners, radiologists are being inundated in the reading room by more data than they can analyze and interpret in a timely fashion, and more importantly, interact with care providers who are increasingly relying on imaging studies to plan patient management.
Artificial intelligence and deep learning algorithms can help perform pattern recognition and help manage the avalanche of data in both the imaging and clinical realms.
In this talk, Dr. Prabhu will discuss currently available deep learning algorithms to evaluate pediatric bone age, identifying positions of catheters, identify evidence of hypoxic injury in neonates and enable fracture detection on radiographs. Also, he will look at the role of machine learning in streamlining radiology work lists, increasing efficiency, prioritizing cases and recognizing relevant clinical information from electronic medical records and provide context to interpret imaging studies.
Research endeavors discussed will include machine learning algorithms to recognize disease patterns, identifying and measuring rate of growth of neoplastic lesions, and ways of creating “heat maps” directing the radiologist’s attention to possible abnormalities on images. These innovations, if implemented correctly, will potentially help reduce error rates and improve patient outcomes.
The issue of whether this development threatens the position of radiologists as members of the clinical care team, and ways to prepare for this inevitable revolution will also be discussed.
Join the Luminaries in Radiology in magical Oxford, UK for an educational and fun experience.
The outstanding faculty for Imaging in England 2018 will include, Drs. Donald Resnick, László Tabár, Phillip Tirman, Blake Johnson, Neil Rofsky, Vikas Shah, David Wilson, Simon Blease, and Sanjay Prabhu.
In addition to a cutting edge scientific program which will include lectures on Artificial Intelligence in Radiology we will be offering our attendees ample opportunities for networking in relaxed social settings, including a welcome reception at the iconic Macdonald Randolph hotel and an evening of delicious food, fine wine and punting at the Cherwell Boathouse.
Punting at the Cherwell Boathouse
This is a unique opportunity to meet radiologists from all corners of the globe in an intriguing location, and learn from some of the best specialists in their field. Indulge all your senses and join the Global Rads for the trip of a lifetime to Oxford, England in June, 2018!
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Kevin Rice, MD serves as the Medical Director of the Radiology Department of Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Los Angeles, California and is a Member of Renaissance Imaging Medical Associates. Dr. Rice has made several media appearances as part of his ongoing commitment to public education. Dr. Rice's passion for state of the art radiology and teaching includes acting as a guest lecturer at UCLA. In 2015 Dr. Rice launched Global Radiology CME to provide innovative radiology education at exciting international destinations, with the world's foremost authorities in their field. In 2016, Dr. Rice was nominated and became a semifinalist for a "Minnie" award for the Most Effective Radiology Educator.
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