2011 Scientific Programme

2011 Oxford Biomedical Imaging Festival
Garden Quad, St John’s College, 13th October 2011
Organisers: Peter Jezzard, Ian Dobbie, Niki Sibson and Damian Tyler

 

08:50-09:15: Registration and poster set up 

09:15-09:25: Welcome and Introduction

09:25-09:30: ISIS Opportunities for Oxford Imaging Scientists (Martin Proctor)

09:30-10:45: Platform Session 1: Dynamic and/or In-Vivo Imaging (Chair: Karla Miller)

  • 09.30-09.50: Kim Nasmyth (Biochemistry) – Imaging cohesin on interphase and mitotic chromosomes
  • 09.50-10.10: Brad Sutherland (NDM) –  Imaging stroke evolution in animal models
  • 10.10-10.30: Cameron Holloway (DPAG and CVM) – The role of cardiovascular magnetic resonance in patients with heart failure
  • 10.30-10.45: Proffered Talk: Matthew Seymour (NDORMS) – Ultrasonographic measures of synovitis in rheumatoid arthritis early phase clinical trials

10.45-11.45:  Poster Session 1:  Odd numbered posters presented, and opportunity to network

11.45-12.45: Annual Oxford Agilent Lecture: Warren S. Warren, Department of Chemistry, Duke University:   “Using nonlinear microscopy to enhance molecular imaging and cancer diagnosis, introduced by Boris Vojnovic (ROB)

12.45-13.45: Buffet Lunch

13.45-15.00:  Platform Session 2: Modelling & Data Analysis (Chair: Mike Brady)

  • 13.45-14.05: Roger Gunn (GSK, Visiting Professor) – Biomathematical modelling as an aid to molecular imaging probe discovery
  • 14.05-14.25: Julia Schnabel (IBME) – Recent advances in respiratory motion correction for lung cancer imaging
  • 14.25-14.45: Achilles Kapanidis (Physics) – Breaking the diffraction limit in crowded spaces
  • 14.45-15:00: Proffered Talk: Adrian Groves (FMRIB) – Linked ICA: a new integrated approach for cross-modality MRI analysis

15.00-16.00:  Poster Session 2:  Even numbered posters presented, and opportunity to network

16.00-17.15: Platform Session 3: Novel Contrast Agents and Probes (Chair: Ian Dobbie)

  • 16.00-16.20: Mark Howarth (Biochemistry) – Ultra-stable protein interactions and fluorescent nanoparticles for single molecule imaging
  • 16.20-16.40: Jim Wild (Sheffield, Visiting Professor) – Hyperpolarized gas MRI
  • 16.40-17.00: Damian Tyler (DPAG) – Clinical application of hyperpolarized 13C magnetic resonance imaging
  • 17.00-17.15: Proffered Talk: Christian Bollensdorff (DPAG) – Concurrent optical mapping of multiple biological parameters using LED illumination and single camera detection

17:15: Close