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This week's HII announcement(s)...

1. The Hopkins Imaging Conference is scheduled for October 6th, 2011.  Registration is free and open to all Hopkins researchers, clinicians and students.  If you want to present a poster, please submit an abstract by Tuesday, September 6th, 2011.

This week's imaging event(s)...

Title: CS Thesis Defense: "Twenty Questions with Noisy Answers for Object Detection and Tracking"
Who: Raphael Sznitman
When: Tue, September 6, 10:30am – 11:30am
Where: Homewood: Hackerman B17
Organization: Computer Science Department
Description: Abstract

Title: ICM Seminar: “Diffeomorpic Shape Momentum in Computational Anatomy and Neuroinformatics"
Who: Michael Miller, PhD
When: Tue, September 6, 12pm – 1pm
Where: Homewood: Hackerman Hall Auditorium
Organization: Institute for Computational Medicine
Description: "Over the past decade Computational Anatomy has been the study of structure and function in registered atlas coordinates. Unlike Google Maps which has been based on the rigid motions with scale for aligning coordinate systems, the underlying "alignment" groups in CA are the infinite dimensional diffeomorphisms. For rigid motion angular momentum plays a parsimonious roll; in diffeomorphic motion the analogous roll is played by diffeomorphic shape momentum. We present results from computational codes for generating diffeomorphic correspondences between anatomical coordinate systems and their encoding via diffeomorphic shape momentum. Statistics will be examined for quantifying probabilistic shape momentum representations of neuroanatomy at 1mm scale. As well we will present results on functional and structural neuroinformatics in populations of normals and diseased populations in registered atlas coordinates."

Title: Neuroradiology Seminar: "Introduction to MR Imaging Methods"
Who: Craig Jones, PhD
When: Tue, September 6, 12pm – 1pm
Where: JHMI: Phipps 140
Organization: Division of Neuroradiology

Title: HII: Conference Committee Meeting
When: Tue, September 6, 5pm – 6pm
Where: JHMI: Traylor 616 (Sagawa Room)
Organization: Hopkins Imaging Initiative
Description: Help plan the upcoming Hopkins Imaging Conference.

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Hopkins Imaging

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Sep 11, 2011, 3:23:13 PM9/11/11
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Imaging Initiative announcement(s)...

1. The Hopkins Imaging Conference is scheduled for October 6th, 2011.  Registration is free and open to all Hopkins researchers, clinicians and students. Registration deadline is October 1st, 2011.

Upcoming Imaging event(s)...

Title: Imaging Cells at High Spatial and Temporal Resolution
What: Seminar
Who:
Eric Betzig, PhD
When: Mon, September 12, 11am – 12pm
Where: JHMI: Rangos 490
Organization: IBBS/Center for Cell Dynamics
Contact: wse...@jhmi.edu

Title: Computational Anatomy Reading Group
What: Reading Group
When: Mon, September 12, 3:00pm – 4:30pm
Where: Homewood: Clark 314
Organization: Center for Imaging Science
Description: A reading group for anyone interested in computational anatomy. Contact Casey Richardson to join.
Contact: Casey Richardson: c...@cis.jhu.edu

Title: Symposium On Infection Imaging
What: Conference
When: Tue, September 13, 8am – 5pm
Where: JHMI: Owens Auditorium, Koch Cancer Research Building (CRB)
Organization: Center for Infection and Inflammation Imaging Research
Description: http://www.hopkinschildrens.org/Hopkins-to-Host-Symposium-On-Infection-Imaging.aspx

Title: PET Imaging of Tumor Metabolism and Treatment with Pyrimidines
What: Seminar
Who: Anthony Shields, MD, PhD
When: Wed, September 14, 3:00pm – 4:30pm
Where: JHMI: Stoll Conference Room, Radiology Building, JHH
Organization: In Vivo Cellular Molecular Imaging Center
Contact: Martha Seay: mse...@jhmi.edu
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