Dan Marcus to speak at Penn: "Informatics for Computational Imaging"

On Thursday, October 11th, Dan Marcus will be a guest speaker at the Biomedical Image Computing and Informatics Seminar, being presented by the Center for Biomedical Image Computing and Analytics (CBICA) at the University of Pennsylvania. This talk will be part of the 2018-19 CBICA Seminar Series

The title of this talk is "Informatics for Computational Imaging”. Here is the abstract:  

There’s never been a better time for computational imaging applications in research and medicine. There’s deep learning, of course, which may or may not be in the process of completely transforming radiology. There’s radiomics and radiogenomonics, which aim to make radiology a more quantitative, objective practice. There’s connectomics, which has the potential to revolutionize diagnostics and treatment of neurological and psychiatric disorders. These advances are all computationally demanding and data hungry. I’ll talk about the imaging informatics work underway in my at Washington University to tame and feed these unruly beasts. And also, data sharing. I’ll talk about data sharing, because it’s my favorite thing. 

For a full seminar event announcement and details on where to attend, see: https://www.med.upenn.edu/cbica/assets/user-content/documents/SeminarAnnouncementDMarcus.pdf

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