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In-Utero MRI 2020 workshop – Agenda

Tuesday 07.01.2020________________________________________________________________

Optional: Guided Tour in Oxford

Registration desk open from 18:00-20:00

Wednesday 08.01.2020_____________________________________________________________

Breakfast & Speaker Upload (registration desk)

09:00 Opening & Welcome

09:15- 10:15 MRI In-Utero – Challenges & Safety

Challenges of In-Utero imaging, Penny Gowland, University of Nottingham

Fetal SAR modelling, Filiz Yetisir, Harvard Medical School

Maternal positioning, Emer Hughes, KCL

1-2 Talks selected from the abstracts

Coffee Break & Poster Viewing

10:45-12:15 The fetal brain: structure, function in health & disease

Fetal Brain Atlas development, Georg Langs, University of Vienna

Fetal functional MRI, Karolis Vycheslav, Oxford, UK

Developing Human Connectome Project, Daan Christiaens, King’s College London

1-2 Talks selected from abstracts

Buffet Lunch in the College Hall

13:30-14:00 KEYNOTE LECTURE: Metabolic diseases, To be confirmed

14:15-16:15 Modelling, reconstruction & Pipelines

Super-resolved 3D reconstructions of the fetal brain, Colin Studholme, University of Washington

Machine Learning for Automatic Localization and Fetal Detection, Bernhard Kainz, Imperial College

3D placental models for FGR, Alys Clark, Auckland University, New Zealand

3D Fetal body imaging, Maria Deprez, King’s College London

1-2 Talks selected from abstracts

Coffee break & Poster Viewing

16:45-17:45 Panel discussion “Advances through sharing of data, analysis tools & Models”

18:30 Dinner in the city centre, Oxford

Thursday 09.01.2020_______________________________________________________________

Breakfast

09:00-09:30 Keynote lecture: Early brain developmental disorders, Mary Rutherford, King’s College London, UK

09:30-11:00 Placental MRI – ready for clinical use?

Relaxometry to study the placenta in-vivo, Anne Sorensen, Aarhus University, Denmark

MR relaxometry to assess the placenta in FGR, Emma Ingram, University of Manchester

Placental attachment disorders and the role of MRI, Elspeth Whithby, University of Sheffield, UK

Oxygen Quantification, Nadav Schwartz, University of Pennsylvania

Maternal Cardiac adaptations as a consequence of pre-eclampsia, To be Confirmed, Charite Berlin, Germany

1-2 Talks selected from abstracts

11:15-11:45 Keynote Lecture “Microbubbles”, Victoria Roberts, OHSU Portland

Coffee Break & Poster Viewing

Buffet Lunch in the College Hall

13:00 -15:00 Cutting edge clinical questions and the role of MRI

Fetal surgery, Jan Deprest, KU Leuven, Belgium

The role of MRI to detect preterm birth – lung and inflammation, Lisa Story, King’s College London

MRI-planned laser ablation in TTTS, Elisenda Eixarch, Fetal Medicine Research Center, Barccelona

1-2 Talks selected from the abstracts

Coffee Break & Poster Viewing

15:30-17:30 Fetal circulation

MRI in the antenatal assessment of CHD, Kuberan Pushparajah, Evelina Children’s Hospital, UK

Doppler-Ultrasound guided fetal MRI, Manuela Tavares de Sousa, University of Hamburg, Germany

Fetal CINE to study flow & structure of the fetal heart in-utero, Thomas Roberts, King’s College London

To be announced, John Sled, University of Toronto

1-2 Talks selected from the abstracts

19:00 Conference Dinner in the College Hall

Friday 10.01.2020__________________________________________________________________

08:00-09:00 Breakfast

09:30 Keynote Lecture “Preterm functional MRI informing In-Utero MRI?” Tomoki Arichi, King’s College London

10:00-12:00 Novel contrasts

Using MRI to image early gestation, Michal Neeman Weizmann Institute for Science

Ferumoxytol Imaging, Ante Zhu, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Multi-modal fetal MRI, Paddy Slator, University College London

Metabolic In-Utero Imaging, Charles McKenzie, University of Western Ontario, Canada

Movement of blood in the placenta, Neele Dellschaft, University of Nottingham, UK

1-2 Talks selected from abstracts

12:00 Closing & Awards

Confirmed Speakers include

Prof John Sled, SickKids Toronto & University of Toronto, Canada “TBD”

Prof Michal Neeman, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel “Imaging Angiogenesis in-vivo”

Dr Victoria Roberts, OHSU Portland, USA, Keynote talk: “Microbubble-enhanced Ultrasound”

Prof Mary Rutherford, King’s College London, UK, “TBD”

Prof Georg Langs, Medical University Vienna, Austria “Construction of fetal atlases”

Prof Colin Studholme, University of Washington, USA “Superresolved 3D reconstructions of the fetal brain”

Prof Charles McKenzie, University of Western Ontario, Canada “Metabolic Imaging In-Utero”

Prof Jan Deprest, University Leuven, Belgium “Fetal Surgery”

Prof Ayls Clark, University of Auckland, New Zealand ” Complex mathematical models for unique insights into placental function”

Prof Elspeth Whitby, University of Sheffield, UK “Placenta attachment disorders and the role of MRI”

Prof Nadav Schwartz, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Dr Tomoki Arichi, KCL, “Preterm MRI to inform In-Utero MRI”

Dr Anne SØRENSEN, Aalborg University, Denmark

Dr Kuberan Pushparajah, Evelina Children’s Hospital, London, UK “The role of MRI in the antenatal assessment of CHD”

Dr Emma Ingram, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK “MR relaxometry to assess the placenta in FGR”

Dr Bernhard Kainz, Imperial College London, “Machine Learning for automatic location and detection of the fetus”

Dr Filiz Yetisir, Children’s Hospital Boston, USA “SAR modelling for fetal safety”

Dr Fabian Kording, University of Hamburg & NorthMedical, Germany “DUS-guided fetal MRI”

Dr Tom Roberts, King’s College London, UK “Fetal CINE to study flow and structure of the fetal heart in-utero”

Ms Ante Zhu, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA “Ferumoxtol-enhanced MRI in-utero”

Dr Daan Christiaens, King’s College London, UK “Developing Human Connectome Project – fetal pipelines and data”

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