The Oxford Biomedical Imaging Festival is a free event that is open to all Oxford University biomedical imaging scientists, and imaging scientists in our partner institutions.
Date and location
Tuesday 6 September 2022, Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre, Worcester College, Oxford.
The Oxford Biomedical Imaging Festival is a free event that is open to all Oxford University biomedical imaging scientists, and imaging scientists in our partner institutions. The aim is to provide a forum for networking and showcasing the biomedical imaging research being undertaken at Oxford University and its partner institutions.
This year, after a lengthy COVID-19 hiatus, we will return to Worcester College's Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre, and will celebrate the successes of the EPSRC & MRC Oxford-Nottingham Centre for Doctoral Training in Biomedical Imaging (ONBI). Aside from our guest speaker, Prof. Daniel Rueckert, from the Technical University of Münich, all other speakers at this year's Imaging Festival are current or past students in the ONBI CDT.
|09:00-9:40||Registration, and poster set up|
|Platform Session 1: Imaging Cells (Chair: Ilan Davis)|
|09.45-10.00||Francesco Reina – Lipid tracking a kilohertz sampling rates on live cell membranes|
|10.05-10.20||Nicholas Hall – Accessible adaptive optics and super-resolution microscopy to enable improved imaging|
|10.25-10.40||Liliana Barbieri – Advanced super-resolution microscopy techniques for quantifying immune response|
|10.45-11:00||Will Hardiman – Non-invasive micro-rheology of living cells|
|11.05-12.05||Poster Session 1 + Tea/Coffee: Odd numbered posters presented, and opportunity to network|
|12.05-13.00||Annual Guest Lecture: Daniel Rueckert, Technical University of Münich, Germany: "Title: The use of AI in biomedical imaging" (introduced by Alison Noble)|
|13.40-14.40||Poster Session 2 + Tea/Coffee: Even numbered posters presented, and opportunity to network|
|Platform Session 2: From Histology to Humans (Chair: Penny Gowland)|
|14.40-14.55||Istvan Huszar – What can we learn from slicing and reassembling brains?|
|15.00-15.15||Amy Howard – The BigMac dataset: linking microscopy with MR signals throughout the brain|
|15.20-15.35||Nicola Dinsdale – Unlearning scanner bias|
|15.40-15.55||Molly Rea – Next generation wearable MEG|
The Oxford Biomedical Imaging Festival gratefully acknowledges the following entities for support of this year's Biomedical Imaging Festival:
Previous Imaging Festivals
Details of all our previous Imaging Festivals are available in this archive.