MEDAMI 2022 - Multimodality molecular neuro-imaging: clinical and technical state-of-the-art

from Sunday, September 4, 2022 (7:00 PM) to Wednesday, September 7, 2022 (5:00 PM)


        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Sep 4, 2022
Sep 5, 2022
Sep 6, 2022
Sep 7, 2022
AM
8:30 AM
Introduction / degeneration / addiction / trauma - Peter Krizan (until 10:10 AM) ()
8:30 AM Introduction - Vesna Sossi (University of British Columbia)   ()
8:40 AM Multimodality in the context of understanding of brain function in psychiatry/addiction - Ilan Rabiner (King's College London)   ()
9:10 AM X-Ray Darkfield Imaging - Basic Physics & First Clinical Results for COVID-19 - Franz Pfeiffer (Technical University of Munich)   ()
9:40 AM Biomarkers for Neurodegeneration with a focus on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease - Gunn Roger (Imperial College London)   ()
10:10 AM --- Coffee break ---
10:40 AM
Tracers and other modalities - Vesna Sossi (until 12:40 PM) ()
10:40 AM Molecular imaging in dementia - Gilles Allali   ()
11:10 AM What we really need in the clinic - John Prior John Olivier Prior   ()
11:40 AM Data harmonization - Gitte Moos Knudsen   ()
12:10 PM Tradeoffs between Full Kinetic Modeling and Simplified Approaches in Neuropsychiatric PET - Richard Carson (Yale University)   ()
8:30 AM
Oncology and other applications - Rok Pestotnik (Jozef Stefan Institute (SI)) (until 10:00 AM) ()
8:30 AM Neurobiology of cancer - imaging as a priority in cancer management - Andres Hottinger   ()
9:00 AM Use of intraoperative imaging in cranial and spinal surgery: a quick voyage in the future and back to the present - Duccio Boscherini   ()
9:30 AM Role of imaging in radiation therapy / theranostics - Katia Parodi (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Munich, Germany)   ()
10:00 AM --- Coffee break ---
10:30 AM
Other techniques/ analysis - Roger Lecomte (Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, QC J1H 5N4, Canada) (until 12:50 PM) ()
10:30 AM Spectral/ Photon Counting CT - Introduction & Clinical (Neuro-)Applications - Daniela Pfeiffer   ()
11:00 AM Challenges and Opportunities of trimodal MR-PET-EEG imaging. - Christoph Lerche (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH (DE))   ()
11:30 AM Dedicated imaging systems and high resolution brain scanner, including PET/MR - Georges El Fakhri (MGH Harvard Medical School)   ()
12:00 PM Technical advances from pre-clinical to neuro-PET imaging - Roger LECOMTE (Université de Sherbrooke)   ()
12:25 PM Availability and affordability of PET in Brazil: challenges and opportunities - Ana Maria Marques (PUCRS)   ()
8:30 AM
AI and large data sets - Dimitris Visvikis (National Institute of Health and Medical Sciences, INSERM, Brest, France) (until 10:00 AM) ()
8:30 AM Opportunities,challenges and limitations of AI in imaging - Dimitris Visvikis (National Institute of Health and Medical Sciences, INSERM, Brest, France)   ()
9:00 AM Radiomics in brain imaging - Irene Buvat   ()
9:30 AM Advanced reconstruction and AI for PET imaging - Andrew Reader   ()
10:00 AM --- Coffee break ---
10:30 AM
Clinical/Accessibilty and data sharing -Dr Haemisch York (Varex Imaging) (until 12:30 PM) ()
10:30 AM The PETITION project – Image reconstruction software using only emission data for full and open ring PET scanners - Marina Béguin   ()
10:45 AM Metabolic brain networks in neurodegenerative dementias - Matej Perovnik (University Medical Centre Ljubljana)   ()
11:00 AM The effect of image resolution and identification group size on the diagnostic performance of Alzheimer’s disease related metabolic pattern - Dr Petra Tomše (University Medical Centre Ljubljana) Eva Rebec (Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana)   ()
11:15 AM Insight into multivariate metabolic brain network structure: connectivity of Creutzfeldt-Jakob’s disease and frontotemporal dementia-related pattern - Tomaž Rus   ()
11:30 AM Availability and affordability of PET tracers, the challenges and opportunities in developing countries - Ibrahim ElSayed   ()
12:00 PM Round Table - The impact of AI methodology on research and clinical application   ()
PM
7:00 PM --- Registration ---
12:40 PM --- Lunch ---
2:10 PM
PET and SPECT technologies - Benlloch José (IFIC, Valencia) (until 4:10 PM) ()
2:10 PM TOF in brain imaging: advanced and impact - Paul Rene Michel Lecoq   ()
2:30 PM Large-format SPAD image sensors for neuro imaging - Claudio Bruschini   ()
2:50 PM Development of photodetectors for the next generation of TOF PET scanners - Alberto Gola   ()
3:10 PM Towards scalable sub-100 ps ToF-PET systems with the FastIC ASIC - Daniel Guberman   ()
3:30 PM Leave no photon behind: Photon classification, modeling and reconstruction for ultra-fast time resolution detectors - Nicolaus Kratochwil (CERN)   ()
3:50 PM Panel TOF PET imager - Rok Pestotnik (Jozef Stefan Institute (SI))   ()
4:10 PM --- Coffee break ---
4:40 PM
Neuroinflammation and Preclinical -Prof. Ilan Rabiner ( King's College London) (until 6:15 PM) ()
4:40 PM Neuroinflammation - Jenn Coughlin   ()
5:10 PM Preclinical imaging to understand brain function - Kristina Herfert   ()
5:40 PM Round Table   ()
6:15 PM
Posters and reception (until 8:15 PM) ()
6:15 PM Cherenkov TOF-PET module performance using HRFlexToT electronics - Dania Consuegra Rodríguez (J. Stefan Institute)   ()
6:15 PM First images from the next-generation UHR human brain PET scanner - Roger LECOMTE (Université de Sherbrooke)   ()
6:15 PM PET scanners based on pure Cherenkov detectors: a Monte Carlo Study - Gasper Razdevsek   ()
6:15 PM Spatial resolution of a flat panel limited angle TOF-PET scanner - Matic Orehar (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of mathematics and physics)   ()
7:55 PM Characteristic metabolic brain networks associated with Parkinson’s disease, multiple system atrophy and progressive supranuclear palsy - Petra Tomše (University Medical Centre Ljubljana)   ()
12:50 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Dedicated imaging systems and high resolution brain scanners - Alberto Del Guerra (INFN & DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS UNIVERSITY OF PISA) (until 4:00 PM) ()
2:05 PM CareMiBrain (PET) and MindView (PET/MR) – the i3M story - Jose Maria Benlloch Rodriguez (Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC) (ES))   ()
2:25 PM Revival of Dedicated Brain PET Systems - Ahnen Max (Positrigo)   ()
2:45 PM The need for mobile imaging systems - Caroline Paquette (McGill University)   ()
3:05 PM Development of a time-of-flight PET for wearable and mobile brain imaging - Qiyu Peng (Shenzhen Bay Laboratory)   ()
3:25 PM NeuroEXPLORER, a next-generation ultra-high performance human brain PET imager - Richard Carson (Yale University)   ()
4:00 PM --- Vilenica Carst Cave & Conference Dinner in Lipica ---
12:30 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Vision - Paul Rene Michel Lecoq (until 3:40 PM) ()
2:00 PM The history of the first 70 years of PET and a vision for the next 10 years? - Alberto Del Guerra (INFN & DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS UNIVERSITY OF PISA)   ()
2:30 PM Vision for the next 10 years - Vesna Sossi   ()
3:00 PM Panel discussion and wrap up   ()
3:30 PM Closing remarks - Rok Pestotnik (Jozef Stefan Institute (SI))   ()
3:30 PM --- Farewell coffee ---