Guest Talks

Want to give a brief 10- to 15-minute talk at the workshop? Let us know and we will work it into the schedule.

Note to guest speakers: Plan on speaking for ~10 minutes and leave a couple of minutes for questions. Please plan to make yourself available to attendees who may want to discuss your work in more detail. Breakout rooms are available throughout the workshop for extended discussion.

Guest Talk Schedule

Monday, 4:00 - 5:00

  1. Using XNAT to manage large scale trials in dementia, David Cash, University College London

  2. Using XNAT at the University of Amsterdam, Jordi Huguet, University of Amsterdam

  3. DPUK - A distributed network of XNAT installations, Matthew South, Oxford University
  4. XNAT for Clinical Trials, Tim Olsen, Radiologics

Tuesday, 4:00 - 5:00

  1. Automated Test Suites for XNAT, Charlie Moore, Washington University

  2. XNAT Desktop, Misha Milchenko, Washington University

  3. XNAT for the Human Connectome Project, Mike Hodge, Connectome Coordination Facility
  4. DAX - Large Scale Image Processing on High Performance Computing Centers, Stephen Damon, Vanderbilt University 

Wednesday, 4:00 - 5:00

  1. XNAT in Cancer Diagnosis, Therapy and Research, Simon Doran, CRUK Cancer Imaging Centre at the Institute of Cancer Research 
  2. OpenMOLE, Jonathan Passerat-Palmbach, Imperial College

  3. Building XNAT Types from the NDA Data Dictionary Service, Michael Hileman, Washington University

  4. XNAT for Large Scale Clinical data, Dan Beasley, UCL

Thursday, 4:00 - 5:00

  1. Python interface for XNAT David Just, Mayo Clinic & Hakim Achterberg, Biomedical Imaging Group Rotterdam

    1. pyXNAT 2016 and beyond:  Advanced tips for pyxnat users and developers. (David Just)
  2. Static & Dynamic DICOM Anonymization, James Dickson, Radiologics
  3. XNAT to XNAT Data Synchronization, Mohana Ramaratnam, NRG India
  4. Visits and Protocols Plugin, Justin Cleveland, Washington University

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