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Title: Training Core Update AHM 2009 Sonia Pujol, Ph.D. Randy Gollub, M.D., Ph.D. Harvard Medical School


1
Training Core UpdateAHM 2009Sonia Pujol,
Ph.D.Randy Gollub, M.D., Ph.D.Harvard Medical
School
2
2008 Highlights
  • Three types of audience
  • clinical researchers
  • biomedical engineers
  • algorithm developers
  • Transition from Slicer2 to Slicer3
  • National and international venues

3
Clinicians
  • 3D exploration of the
  • segments of the liver
  • Task oriented tutorial
  • 3D visualization course for radiologists
  • RSNA 2008
  • Chicago

4
Biomedical Engineers
  • Expectation-Maximization algorithm for automatic
    brain segmentation
  • Advanced analysis of complex data
  • NA-MIC Kit workshop
  • Munich, Germany

5
Algorithm developers
  • Programming into Slicer3 course
  • Integration of external executables with the
    Slicer3 platform
  • 6 components of the NA-MIC kit
  • MICCAI 2008
  • New York City

6
NAMIC Training Portfolio
Slicer2 101
New Slicer3 101
7
NA-MIC workshop at UNC
  • DBP2 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Heather Cody, UNC
  • Core 1 Martin Styner, UNC
  • First integrated user and developer Slicer3
    workshop
  • 31 scientists and clinical researchers

8
NA-MIC workshop at NCI
  • Dissemination of the NA-MIC kit to members of the
    National Cancer Institute community
  • Training on image analysis and 3D visualization
    using Slicer3 for small animal imaging and
    microscopy imaging

9
NA-MIC workshop in Germany
  • 2 days workshop in Munich
  • End-user and programmer workshop
  • 7 German universities represented

Karlsruhe
10
NA-MIC workshop in Canada
  • 2 days workshop at the
  • University of Western
  • Ontario
  • 35 participants from 10 different universities
    companies
  • Neuroimage analysis and Image-Guided Therapy

11
NA-MIC workshop at
  • Slicer3 course for radiologists
  • 1.5 hour training on interactive visualization of
    anatomical structures using Slicer3
  • 40 participants
  • Special Thanks to Dr. Kitt Shaffer

12
NAMIC workshop at MICCAI
  • International venue
  • Norway, China,
  • Canada, England,
  • Colombia
  • Programmer oriented
  • workshop for the
  • MICCAI community
  • using the NA-MIC kit

13
NAMIC Workshops
14
DTI Validation Effort
  • Challenge Performance evaluation of DT-MRI
    tractography in the absence of ground truth
  • 8 NA-MIC tractography algorithms involved

15
DTI Validation Effort
  • DTI Validation breakout sessions
  • AHM 2008 Qualitative study of tractography
    algorithms outputs
  • AHM 2009 Preliminary quantitative evaluation of
    tractography algorithms outputs (sensitivity and
    specificity)

16
DTI Validation Study Milestones
  • Implementation of a validation framework for DTI
    tractography using STAPLE in ITK
  • Experience 1 Test of the performances of the
    validation framework on synthetic data (known
    truth)
  • Experience 2 Run the validation framework on
    real DTI data (unknown truth)
  • Special thanks to William M. Wells, Ph.D. and
    Carlo Pierpaoli, M.D., Ph.D.

17
2008 Highlights
  • Three types of audience
  • clinical researchers
  • biomedical engineers
  • algorithm developers

18
2008 Highlights
  • Three types of audience
  • 12 workshops in 12 months at 12 different venues

19
2008 12 workshops in 12 months
  1. January 8, 2008, NA-MIC AHM Salt Lake City
    Plug-ins tutorial for developers
  2. February 20, 2008, SPL Boston Slicer3 User
    Workshop
  3. April 14, 2008, UNC, Chapel Hill Slicer3 User
    and Developer workshop
  4. June 16-17, 2008, Munich, Germany NA-MIC kit
    workshop
  5. August 14, 2008, Bethesda, MD NCBC AHM 2008
    Science Fair
  6. August 15, 2008, National Cancer Institutes,
    Frederick, MD 3D Visualization in Slicer3
  7. September 3, 2008, Stanford CA Slicer3 User and
    developer workshop
  8. September 10, 2008, MICCAI 2008 Interfacing
    third-party software with the NA-MIC kit
  9. October 15-16, 2008, University of Western
    Ontario, London, Canada NA-MIC kit workshop
  10. October 30, 2008, Brigham and Womens Hospital,
    Boston NA-MIC 3D Visualization workshop
  11. November 4, 2008, Massachusetts General Hospital,
    Boston NA-MIC 3D Visualization workshop
  12. December 1, 2008, RSNA 2008 Chicago 3DSlicer
    course for radiologists.

20
2008 Highlights
  • Three types of audience
  • 12 workshops in 12 months at 12 different venues
  • 250 scientists clinical researchers trained

21
Translate techniques into skills
2005-2008 660 scientists and clinical
researchers trained by NA-MIC
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