Upcoming Presentations

Date Event Format Location
Tuesday, January 6, 2015 - Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Tuesdays 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Medical Imaging Informatics

Radiology Course # 170.03


SYNOPSIS

We are offering a 10 weeks course on medical imaging informatics as a resource for students as well as for professionals who seek to become more familiar with state-of-the-art concepts of image processing and analysis. During the course the participants will learn the principles of imaging informatics, information theory, modern strategies of image processing, warping, spatial normalization, statistical parametric mapping, non-parametric image statistics. Though many examples in this course will apply to brain MRI, the presented strategies are general, apply to a wide range of other medical imaging modalities, such as CT, SPECT and PET, and also cover strategies of image fusion.

THE COURSE IS FREE. Students seeking credit for attending the course should register at:
https://saa.ucsf.edu/studentportal/

More Information

Contact norbert.schuff@ucsf.edu for more information.
Seminar Mission Bay Mission Hall 2105
Wednesday, January 14, 2015

5:00 PM refreshments; 5:30 PM LECTURE

The Value of Mentoring

Career and Professional Perspectives

M_Feldman

Mitchell D Feldman, MD, MPhil.
Professor of Medicine
Associate Vice Provost, Faculty Mentoring
University of California, San Francisco
Co-Editor in Chief,Journal of General Internal Medicine

Mitchell D. Feldman, MD, MPhil is Professor of Medicine and Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Mentoring at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) where he also serves as Co-Director of the Mentor Development Program of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). Dr. Feldman’s research interests are focused on mentoring in academic medicine and on psychiatric and behavioral issues in medical patients. He is particularly interested in interventions that can educate and activate medical patients to obtain more evidence based care for depression. Dr. Feldman has been a Visiting Professor and consultant at numerous universities and organizations in the United States and internationally including PUMC in Beijing, China, the World Health Organization, Columbia University, Stanford University, the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas and most recently he was a Fulbright Research Scholar and Visiting Professor at Kyoto University in Japan. He is the Co-Editor in Chief of the Journal of General Internal Medicineand the co-editor of the textbook Behavioral Medicine: A Guide for Clinical Practice published by McGraw-Hill.

Dr. Feldman graduated Phi Beta Kappa from The Johns Hopkins University, obtained an MPhil from Cambridge University, England and completed his MD and internal medicine training at the University of California, San Francisco. He has been the recipient of several honors and awards including the Article of the Year Award from Academy Health and the National Award for Innovation in Medical Education from the Society of General Internal Medicine.

 

Contact katherine.murphy@ucsf.edu for more information.
Lecture Parnassus HSW-303