T32 Presentations: An Opportunity to Learn about the Research of our T32 Trainees (Day 2)

Date

June 29, 2017

Type

Lecture

Time Duration

12:00pm -1:00pm

Location

513 Parnassus Ave. 2nd Floor Room: S 257

The Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging has a long record of excellence in clinical and academic radiology, and has one of the largest research enterprises funded through intra- and extramural funding and private donors. With numerous outstanding basic scientists and clinicians engaged in innovative imaging research across five principal campus units, the department provides a fertile ground for interdisciplinary collaboration. The T32 program exists to jumpstart the academic careers of junior radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians and to provide the essential foundation for developing a research program as an independent investigator.

Speakers

Hari Trivedi, MD
PGY 5 Diagnostic Radiology Resident
UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging
"A Predictive Deep Learning Model to Determine the Presence of Breast Cancer on Mammography"

Hari Trivdi is a PGY-5 resident in the UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging.  As a 2016-2017 NIH T-32 Scholar, Dr. Hari Trivedi's research investigations over the past year have focused on machine leaning applications in radiology.

 

Mariam Aboian, MD, PhD
Clinical Fellow in Neuroradiology
UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging
"Precision Brain Tumor Imaging and Treatment: combining radiogenomics, molecular PET-MRI, and ChemoFilter"

Mariam Aboian, MD/PhD is a Neuroradiology Clinical Fellow in the UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging. As a 2016-2017 NIH T-32 scholar, Dr Aboian’s research investigations over the past year have focused on using radiogenomics to analyze pediatric brain tumors, developing applications for molecular tracer 18F-DOPA in imaging of adult primary and metastic brain tumors, and development of a novel biomedical device to reduce chemotherapeutic toxicity and improve diagnosis of brain tumors. Dr Aboian will complete her next two years of clinical training in Neuroradiology and Nuclear Medicine at UCSF.