17th Annual UCSF Radiology Imaging Research Symposium

Date

October 14, 202010/14/2020 1:00pm 10/14/2020 1:00pm 17th Annual UCSF Radiology Imaging Research Symposium

Submit your abstract today!

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION SCHEDULE:

  • Fri, Aug. 28, 2020: Online submission site opens
  • Wed, Sep. 9, 2020: Abstract Submission closes
  • Wed, Sep. 30, 2020: Abstract Review Outcome Notification
  • Wed, Oct. 14, 2020: 17th Annual Radiology Imaging Research Symposium

 

SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com

2401 America/Los_Angeles public

Type

Symposium

Time Duration

1:00pm - 5:00pm

Location

Zoom

Submit your abstract today!

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION SCHEDULE:

  • Fri, Aug. 28, 2020: Online submission site opens
  • Wed, Sep. 9, 2020: Abstract Submission closes
  • Wed, Sep. 30, 2020: Abstract Review Outcome Notification
  • Wed, Oct. 14, 2020: 17th Annual Radiology Imaging Research Symposium

 

SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com

Speakers

Research Topics
Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, UCSF

Abstracts are invited for the 17th Annual UCSF Imaging Research Symposium of the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging to be held October 14, 2020 virtually on Zoom. The symposium provides an opportunity for members of the department to showcase their research and provides a forum for exchange of ideas and identification of possible collaborations. It covers the areas of CT, MR, PET, PET/MR, SPECT, MEG, EEG, artificial intelligence, optical imaging, ultrasound, medical informatics, and contrast agent development. We encourage the presentation of work in all areas of radiology and biomedical imaging – including both clinical studies and technical development – from all faculty, research staff, residents, fellows, post-docs and students.

Abstracts must be no longer than 500 words, and may contain a single figure. Highlights of the abstract, not exceeding 50 words, must also be provided. Abstracts previously submitted to external conferences are welcome, but must fit within the constraints detailed above. 
 
Participation in the symposium has increased significantly since its inception in 2004. Increased participation has made the symposium a successful and stimulating event, but precludes the acceptance of all submitted abstracts. The symposium committee asks that each first author submit a maximum of one abstract, and that research groups avoid significant content overlap in multiple abstracts.
 
Accepted abstracts will be presented either orally or as a poster.  Certificates will be presented for the best poster and oral presentations.