What are the developing trends in artificial intelligence (AI) for neuroradiology? Three key opinion leaders from Europe and the U.S. discuss this topic in the second of our three webinars on the intersection of AI and radiology.
Our guests in this 10 February webinar include the following:
Dr. Marion Smits, PhD, chief of neuroradiology and chair of the neuroradiology fellowship program at Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She combines research with clinical work as a neuro- and head and neck radiologist, with a particular focus on neurooncology in the Brain Tumor Center. She is chair of research and board member of the Radiological Society of the Netherlands, and chair of the publications committee and executive council mem
Dr. Alexander Radbruch, director of the clinic of diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology at Bonn University Hospital and professor at Rhenish Friedrich Wilhelm University of Bonn, Germany. His area of expertise is new MRI contrast media, contrast agent safety, and AI in radiology. He also holds a law degree and is interested in medicolegal issues.
Dr. Peter Chang, co-director of the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Diagnostic Medicine and is assistant professor-in-residence at the Radiological Sciences School of Medicine at the University of California, Irvine. He is also co-director of Precision Health through Artificial Intelligence (PHAI) School of Medicine at the university. His research interests include development, validation, and clinical deployment of AI algorithms, as well as standardizing and evaluating high-quality datasets.
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