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Thalamic Nuclei Imaging, Segmentation and Applications E-symposium, Day 1 of 3

Jan
19
7:30 am to 12:50 pm
Thalamic nuclei imaging graphic

Interested in the thalamus or thalamic nuclei?

​Current state of the art methods for visualization and segmentation of thalamic nuclei are still lagging behind. The purpose of this first-of-its-kind e-symposium is to bring together a wide range of international researchers to address this challenging and critical problem of accurate and fast segmentation of thalamic nuclei as well as validation and application of these methods in basic neuroscience and clinical applications. Each day of the 3-day symposium will focus on a specific theme area, with keynote lectures, invited lectures and round table discussions.

Agenda at a glance

Wednesday, Jan 19 -  Imaging and image processing
Thursday, Jan 20 - Basic neuroscience
Friday, Jan 21 - Clinical applications

Manoj Saranathan, PhD
Manoj Saranathan, PhD
Associate Professor, Medical Imaging
University of Arizona
John Aggleton, FRS, FMedSci
John Aggleton, FRS, FMedSci
Professor
Cardiff University
Michael Halassa, MD, PhD
Michael Halassa, MD, PhD
Associate Investigator
MIT McGovern Institute
Catherine S-Reed, PhD
Catherine S-Reed, PhD
Department Head
Otto von Guericke U
Erik Middlebrooks, MD
Erik Middlebrooks, MD
Mayo Clinic
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Jan
19
7:30 am to 12:50 pm
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 - 7:30am

AUDIENCE

Faculty, Staff, Students, Alumni, Community
University of Arizona Health Sciences

LOCATION

Virtual

CONTACT

Jennifer Fischahs
University of Arizona Health Sciences
department of medical imaging