ImagO Colloquium Series on Medical Imaging

ImagO colloquia are part of the PhD programme medical imaging (ImagO) of the graduate school of life sciences in the UMC Utrecht, the Netherlands. These colloquia are open for researchers and students with an interest in medical imaging. The target audience is researchers in the field of medical image processing, MR Physics, radiology and radiotherapy. We invite national and international speakers that work on biomedical image processing, biomedical image acquisition, or image-based clinical applications. The colloquia are held in the Auditorium (New Q-building, UMC Utrecht, the Netherlands).

Organizer:
Bas van der Velden

If you have any questions or suggestions for interesting speakers, please let us know: imagocollloquium@isi.uu.nl

Upcoming Colloquia





Past Colloquia (since 2014)


10 February 2017

PET-MRI: a review of challenges and solutions in the development of integrated multimodality imaging

Prof. Stefaan Vandenberghe
ELIS Department, MEDISIP, Ghent University-iMinds-IBiTech
poster

30 January 2017

7T MRI investigation of the basal ganglia and development of patient-specific deep brain stimulation in Parkinson's disease

Prof. Bart ter Haar Romeny
Eindhoven University of Technology, Dept of Biomedical Engineering
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13 September 2016

Developments in neonatal and fetal brain imaging

Prof. Joseph Hajnal
King's Colloge, London; Biomedical Engineering Department
poster

7 July 2016

MRI beyond the norm: the value of short diffusion times and imaging a molecule other than water for acute stroke

Prof. Christian Beaulieu
University of Alberta, Canada; Dept. of Biomedical Engineering
poster

18 May 2016

Imaging in the picture

Prof. Tim Leiner
University Medical Center Utrecht
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5 April 2016

Quantification of PET/CT and PET/MR studies

Prof. Ronald Boellaard
University Medical Center Groningen
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14 March 2016

Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Heat and Mass Transfer in Biological Body

Prof. Kagayaki Kuroda
Grad. School of Engineering, Tokai University, Center for Frontier Medical Engineering, Chiba University, Japan


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24 February 2016

Variance in normal brain perfusion

Prof. Rik Achten
Dept of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Ghent University Hospital


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15 December 2015

Using light to dissect and direct cellular organization and dynamics


Dr. Lukas Kapitein
Biophysics group, Dept of Cellbiology, Faculty of Science, Utrecht University


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14 April 2015

3D modeling and monitoring of MRI-guided focused ultrasound with application to the breast and brain


Prof. Dennis Parker
Imaging & Neurosciences Center, Utah Center for Advanced Imaging Research (UCAIR), USA


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20 January 2015

Iconic shape models: joint registration, segmentation and atlas construction

Prof. Frederik Maes
KU Leuven ESAT/PSI - Medical Imaging Research Center, Belgium


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20 October 2014

The Full Speed MRI Project

Dr. James Pipe
Professor and Director of Imaging Research at the Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Arizona, USA


Poster

24 September 2014

Exploiting susceptibility effects in the human brain at 7 T

Prof. Richard Bowtell
Professor in Advanced Imaging and Translational Neuroscience, University of Nottingham, UK


Poster

11 June 2014

Recent advances in motion correction for cancer imaging applications

Dr. Julia Schnabel
Associate Professor in Engineering Science (Medical Imaging), University of Oxford, UK


Poster

23 April 2014

Addressing challenges for 7 Tesla human magnetic resonance imaging

Prof. Andrew Webb
Director C.J. Gorter Center for High Field MRI, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands


Poster

19 March 2014

Computers Versus Humans in Radiology

Prof. Bram van Ginneken
co-chair Diagnostic Image Analysis Group, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands