AI in Healthcare Symposium
October 22 - 23, 2021
This year’s Symposium will explore the applications and implementation of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare. We will focus on 3 specific areas: Anesthesiology, Pathology, and Radiology, and an integrative, “Putting It All Together” session that will explore applications in the total process of patient care.
The Anesthesiology session will feature presentations on the Pediatric Difficult Airway, Liver Transplantation Outcomes, and broader overviews of the field. The Pathology session will feature presentations on Digital Pathology, AI in Anatomic Pathology, Laboratory Medicine, and Genomic Pathology. The Radiology session will focus on Radiology Education, exploring inclusion of AI in Radiology Education, and the uses of AI in the process of Radiology Education. The Integrative session will feature presentations on ICU monitoring, AI enhanced simulators, and the use of AI in COVID-19 diagnostics. Each session will conclude with a Panel Discussion, where the session speakers and invited experts will respond to questions from the registered attendees.
Dr. Michael Mathis (University of Michigan)
Dr. Maan Fares (Cleveland Clinic)
Dr. Allan Simpao (Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia)
Dr. Hannah Lonsdale (Johns Hopkins)
Dr. Matthew Hanna (Memorial Sloan Kettering)
Dr. Ulysses Balis (University of Michigan)
Dr. Anand Dighe (Massachusetts General Hospital)
Dr. Suyash Mohan (University of Pennsylvania)
Dr. Michael Duong (University of Pennsylvania)
Dr. Elliot Fishman (Johns Hopkins)
Dr. Jessica Sin (Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center)
Mr. Alex Lindqwister (Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center)
Dr. Craig Rusin (Baylor College of Medicine)
Dr. Cedric Manlhiot (Johns Hopkins)
Dr. Danton Char (Stanford)
Dr. Michael Brimacombe (Connecticut Children’s)
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General Registration for the Symposium, providing access to all sessions is free.
Registration deadline was October 20, 2021, 6:00 PM CST.
Abstract Submission Closed
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