Augmented Reality: Is the Future of Radiology Augmented?

Date

November 7, 2018

Type

Grand Rounds

Time Duration

8:00am - 9:00am

Refreshments and coffee provided at 7:30am.

Connect via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/9055865224 

Broadcasts to: 
China Basin, 185 Berry Street NW, Suite 350, Lobby 6 (Large Classroom)
Mission Bay Hospital, 1975 4th Street, C1719
Mt. Zion, 1600 Divisadero St., Room C250
VAMC Bldg 200 Room 2A-147
ZSFG, Radiology, Building 25, HB247 A/B 

 

Speakers

Jesse Courtier, MD
Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology
Director of Pediatric Radiology Fellowship Program
UCSF

Augmented Reality is a novel emerging technology that allows unprecedented ability to dynamically visualize 3D and 4D information. This talk with familiarize attendees with the fundamentals of Augmented Reality (A.R.)  including key concepts, display methods, and current and future applications. Specific use cases for student and trainee education, collaboration, and pre- and -intra-operative planning will be discussed. Interactive hands on session following the didactic component will follow, allowing users to interact and learn more about this exciting technology and how they can incorporate these elements into their practice