CANCELLED

AI in Medical Imaging Conference

16 September 2022

Bruges Meeting & Convention Centre,
Bruges, Belgium

What you will learn:

Are you thinking about adopting AI in your hospital, screening programme, or radiology team? This conference will help you understand the current use cases for medical imaging AI, evaluate commercial vendors, and implement the solutions that fit your needs and directly benefit your patients. Recognised speakers will share their expertise with AI-based tools in clinical practice and answer your questions.

An application has been made to the UEMS EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event

Why should you attend this conference?

  • Distinguished and rewarded international faculty
  • Close interaction with international attendees and faculty
  • Refreshing content providing new perspectives
  • State-of-the-art lectures
  • Hot topic tutorial lectures

Scientific Faculty

Bart L. Claikens, MD, MBA

President Update in Medical Imaging, Radiologist at Damiaan General Hospital, Ostend
(Ostend, BE)

Bram van Ginneken, MD

Professor of Medical Image Analysis at Radboud University Medical Center
(Nijmegen, NL)

Dipak Kalra MBBS, PhD, FRCGP, MRCP, FBCS

President of The European Institute for Health Records and the European Institute for Innovation through Health Data
(London, UK)

Erik R. Ranschaert, MD, PhD

Key Opinion Leader in AI for Radiology, Digital Doctor at St.Nikolaus Hospital, Visiting Professor of Radiology at Ghent University, EuSoMII Past President
(Eupen, BE)

Federica Zanca, PhD

Founder and Senior Medical Physicist at Palindromo Consulting
(Leuven, BE)

Gabriëlle Speijer, MD

Radiation Oncologist Haga Hospital, CatalyzIT
(Den Haag, NL)

Gaspard d’Assignies, MD

Head of Interventional Radiology Unit, Coronary Heart Disease Vendée
(Nantes, FR)

Isabelle Biltjes, MD

Radiologist at Algemeen Ziekenhuis Klina V.Z.W. & Antwerp University Hospital
(Antwerp, BE)

Laurens Topff, MD

Radiologist at the Netherlands Cancer Institute
(Amsterdam, NL)

Martin Willemink, MD, PhD

Instructor at Stanford Radiology, Cofounder at Segmed (YC W20), Jr Deputy Editor at European Radiology
(Stanford, US)

Nathan Lea, PhD

DPO & Information Governance Lead for The European Institute for Innovation through Health Data, Senior Research Fellow UCL
(London, UK)

Joppe Massant

Machine Learning Engineer at ML6
(Heverlee, BE)

Programme

8:00-8:45
Welcome Refreshments
Registration
8:45-9:00
Welcome Address
Bart Claikens (Ostend, BE)

Chairman: Gabriele Speijer (Den Haag, NL)

9:00-9:30
Data driven doctors
Gabriele Speijer (Den Haag, NL)
9:30-10:00
AI and Deep Learning in Medical Imaging, current status and future developments
Bram van Ginneken (Nijmegen, NL)
10:00-10:30
Role of the medical physicist on the implementation of AI in clinical settings
Frederica Zanca (Leuven, BE)

Financial Implications on adopting and implementing AI in clinical settings
Ethical guidelines using AI in clinical settings

Chairman: Erik Ranschaert (Eupen, BE)

11:00-11:30
Advantages and risks of implementing AI in a clinical environment
Erik Ranschaert (Eupen, BE)
11:30-12:00
Federated Learning and Data Privacy in Medical Imaging
Joppe Massant (Gent, BE)
12:00-12:30
Ethics and governance using AI in medical imaging
Nathan Lea (London, UK)
12:30-13:00
Medical imaging data curation for machine learning
Martin Willemink (Stanford, USA)

Financial Implications on adopting and implementing AI in clinical settings
Ethical guidelines using AI in clinical settings

Chairman: Laurens Topff (Amsterdam, NL)

14:00-14:30
AI solutions in Medical Imaging
Gaspard d’Assignies (Nantes, FR)
14:30-15:00
The dual face of AI: playmate or killjoy
Erik Ranschaert (Eupen, BE)
15:00-15:30
AI in mammography
Isabel Biltjes (Antwerpen, BE)
15:30-16:00
AI in oncologic imaging: real-world applications
Laurens Topff (Amsterdam, NL)

Financial Implications on adopting and implementing AI in clinical settings
Ethical guidelines using AI in clinical settings

Chairman: Bart Claikens (Ostend, BE)

16:30-17:45
Innovation and disruption in Healthcare:
Interactive Panel Discussion on AI in Healthcare and Medical Imaging

Gabriele Speijer (De Hague, NL)
Bram van Ginneken (Nijmegen, NL)
Frederica Zanca (Leuven,BE)
Erik Ranschaert (Eupen, BE)
Philippe Moussalli (Gent, BE)
Nathan Lea (London, UK)
Martin Willemink (Stanford, USA)
Gaspard d’Assignies (Nantes, FR)
Isabel Biltjes (Antwerpen, BE)
Laurens Topff (Amsterdam, NL)

Light bites and refreshments reception

Human sketch AI