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13th Biennial Symposium
22-24 August 2019
Budapest, HU

IS3R Interim Meeting 2018 – The Future of Medical Imaging: Trends and Perspectives
Rotterdam, November 10-11, 2018

The 2018 Interim Meeting was held in Rotterdam, NL, as a Joint International Symposium with Erasmus MC on occasion of the inauguration of the center’s new Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine. Academic, clinical, and industrial leaders examined and gave their viewpoints on the most exciting trends trends in healthcare affecting medical imaging, the man-machine interaction using AI, and the future perspectives in technological innovation. For the first time, the society also invited its members to identify “high potentials” for future leadership positions and offer them to participate in and benefit from this unique forum of strategic thinkers and key opinion leaders in our profession and the related industry.

Final Program

 

 

Saturday, November 10, 2018

8:30-9:00 OPENING (by the Dean of the Medical School of the Erasmus University)

9:00-9:45 KEYNOTE LECTURE 1: Opportunities and Challenges in Healthcare in NL (E. Kuipers)

 

9:45-10:30 SESSION 1: TRENDS IN HEALTHCARE AFFECTING MEDICAL IMAGING
Moderators: B. Brkljacic, C. Claussen

Value-based Imaging (J. Visser)
“Imaging in Population Health Management (J. Brink)
Higher Quality = Higher Value? How Can Technology Help? (R. Cascella)

 

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break and Visit of the New Radiology Department

 

11:00-12:00 PANEL DISCUSSION 1: THE TRUE IMPACT OF IMAGING
Moderators: C. Buchpiguel, H. Kressel

Panelists: P. Grenier, C. Kuhl, B. McNeil, A. Palkó

 

12:00-13:00 MASTER CLASS SERIES 1

Medical Imaging in Developing Countries (B. Jankharia)
The Future of Scientific Dissemination (M. Reiser, H. Kressel)
Good Science – Bad Science (M. Prokop)
How to Boost Innovation (K. Murphy)
Leadership in Times of Change (N. Beauchamp)

 

13:00-14:00 Lunch

 

14:00-15:00 SESSION 2: MAN-MACHINE INTERACTION IN THE ERA OF AI
Moderators: R. Garcia-Monaco, K. Nikolaou

Data Mining & Machine Learning for Integrated CDS (G. Boland)
Artificial Intelligence for an Efficient Workflow (A. Kaindl)
Biomedical and Genetic Data Analytics for Precision Medicine (W. Niessen)
Learning Clinically Useful Information from Medical Images (D. Rueckert)

 

15:00-15:30 Coffee Break and Visit of the New Radiology Department

 

15:30-16:30 PANEL DISCUSSION 2: MEDICAL IMAGING WITHOUT IMAGES?
Moderators: R. Bryan, L. Donoso

Panelists: A. Ahmed, B. Allen, M. Dewey, E. Gura, T. Kronander, O. Ratib, J. Sosna

 

16:30-17:30 MASTER CLASS SERIES 2

How to Manage Imaging Research (G. Krestin)
KPIs in Radiology (J. Thrall)
The Value Proposition in Medical Imaging (G. Rubin)
Entrepreneurship in Medical Imaging (B. Montag)
Dos and Don’ts in Clinical Research (M. Schnall)

 

17:30 Adjourn

 

Sunday, November 11, 2018

8:30-9:30 SESSION 3: ARE WE ENTERING THE DARK AGE OF INNOVATION?
Moderators: G. Cerri, G. von Schulthess

Disruptive Innovations in Image Acquisition: Is This the End? (D. Le Bihan)
Function or Structure: Where Should We Invest? (T. Grist)
Molecular Imaging: Hope or Hype? (J. Lewis)
Is There Still Innovation in Contrast Media? (O. Clément)

 

9:30-10:30 PANEL DISCUSSION 3: THE TOP 5 HOT TRENDS IN MEDICAL IMAGING
Moderators: R. Pettigrew, H. Ringertz

Panelists: U. Attenberger, J. Lapré, R. Mather, T. McGuinness, H. Pien, A. Saindane, C. Zindel

 

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break and Visit of the New Radiology Department

 

11:00-12:00 MASTER CLASS SERIES 3

Non-interpretative Skills in Radiology (F. Gilbert)
The Future of Radiology Education/Training (C. Meltzer)
Frontiers in Cancer Imaging (M. Schnall)
Integration or Super-specialization (C. Herold)
Public-Private Partnerships (S. Schönberg)

 

12:00-12:45 KEYNOTE LECTURE 2: The Role of the Radioloist in 21st-century Healthcare (S. Gambhir)

 

12:45-13:00 CLOSING