Radiology Trainee Research Day 2022
The Radiology Trainee Research Day provides an avenue for the current trainees in the Department of Radiology and elsewhere working on Radiology related projects to share, present, and discuss their current ongoing projects. This provides the current state-of-the-art research and development activities to educate the physicians such that they can be incorporated into clinical practice as needed. These presentations will cover a variety of basic science topics, a number of prospective, retrospective, and translation studies carried out in the Department of Radiology, which provide concrete examples of experimental design, statistical analyses, and hypothesis driven research. The trainees' talks and electronic poster presentations will be followed by a keynote lecture from an invited external speaker, Dr. Martin Pomper, MD, PhD, Henry N. Wagner, Jr., Professor of Radiology and Radiological Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He also serves as the Director of the Division of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging and Associate Dean for Entrepreneurship and Technology Development. The title of the lecture is: "Precision Imaging". The keynote lecture will address precision imaging and how it is different from conventional clinical radiology, establish imaging as a platform for translation, and to understand the current trends in imaging research with a focus on molecular imaging.
THIS ACTIVITY IS INTENDED FOR PROVIDERS IN THE SPECIALTIES OF:
1. Identify appropriate ways to design, perform, analyze, and present research and clinical studies in Radiology.
2. Describe data and image analysis methods and the appropriate statistical methods.
3. Discuss the state-of-the-art imaging methodologies to improve patient care.
4. Describe developments in other sub-specialty areas in Radiology including organ and modality specific
5. Describe precision imaging and how it is different from conventional clinical radiology.
6. Utilize imaging as a platform for translation.
7. Identify current trends in imaging research, with a focus on molecular imaging.
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