School of Medicine

Agenda

We look forward to an action-packed and enjoyable weekend with our presenters. 

 

Friday, Sept 20th

Morning tours of UCAIR, SCI, CNC, etc. for presenters

Lunch and afternoon symposium to be held on campus at HSEB, room 1750

Noon-1:00

Group lunch for presenters with Dr. Minoshima,

Dean's Office, College of Nursing

1:00-2:15

“Follow a Patient” session #1: Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

Five faculty presenters from Radiology and Oncology follow a patient from diagnosis through treatment options, presenting back-to-back and ending with a 25-min Q&A

2:15-3:00

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Keynote #1: Innovation

Michael Good, MD, University of Utah, Senior Vice President for Health Sciences, Dean of the School of Medicine, CEO of University of Utah Health

 3:00-3:15 

Coffee Break

3:15-4:15

Power Pitch Session 1: Eight 3-min pitches + 30 min table/poster follow-up

(4 clinical, 4 research)

 

4:15 – 5:00

 

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Keynote #2: Cost Effectiveness Analysis in Radiology

Ruth Carlos, MD, MS, FACR, University of Michigan, ARRS president, JACR Editor in Chief, RSNA research committee chair 

5:00-6:00

Cocktail Hour

Officer’s Club, Fort Douglas, University of Utah

6:30-9:00

Group Dinner, sponsored by Philips Healthcare

Officer's Club, Fort Douglas

 

Saturday, Sept 21st

8:30am-9:00

Breakfast at symposium location: Officer's Club, Ft. Douglas

9:00-9:30

min-xian.jpgKeynote #3: Fully Automatic Breast Ultrasound Image Analysis System – using machine learning to aid and automate segmentation of breast ultrasound

Min Xian, PhD, Assistant Professor in Computer Science, University of Idaho

9:30-10:20

Power Pitch Session: Six 3-min pitches + 30 min table/poster follow-up

(3 clinical, 3 research)

10:20-11:30

Exhibit Hall (visit interactive clinical and research exhibits, showcasing the latest and greatest technology) + Clinical Case Competition

11:30-12:15

“Follow a Patient” session #2: Metastatic Liver Cancer

Five faculty presenters from Radiology and Oncology follow a patient from diagnosis through treatment options, presenting back-to-back and ending with a 25-min Q&A

12:30-1:30

Awards Lunch outside, behind Ft. Douglas Chapel, next to University Guest House

1:30-4:30

Fun in Park City for presenters and interested trainees

6:00-9:00

Dinner groups for presenters and faculty