Educating and training scientists on how the Center’s resources can aid their research
- In this seminar, Dr. Marco Viceconti will provide a brief theoretical reflection on the concept of credibility, explore how this is being adopted in the regulatory pathways for Digital Twins and In Silico Trials, and the barriers that are slowing down the widespread adoption of these methodologies.
- (Nov 18, 2022) Rosa Tamara Branca from the University of North Carolina presents her work to detect and quantify brown adipose tissue using xenon enhanced computed tomography.
- (October 21, 2022) Jeff Fessler from the University of Michigan presents his recent work in developing machine learning-based image reconstruction in MRI.
- (September 16, 2022) Paul Kinahan from the University of Washington discusses his application of virtual clinical trials in PET oncology imaging.
From Individual Cells to Human Populations: a Multiscale Computational Approach to Radiation Dosimetry(August 19, 2022) Anuj Kapadia from Oak Ridge National Laboratory describes his work developing high-performance computing pipelines for multiscale radiation dosimetry.
- (July 15, 2022) Doris Fuertinger from Fresenius Medical Care shows how patient-level data can be used to create large cohorts of individual virtual representations of patients and improve on the external validity of Virtual Clinical Trials (VCT).