2008 Imaging Festival
Garden Quad, St John's College, 16th September 2008
09:00-09:30: Arrival, set up posters
09:30-09:45: Welcome and summary of activities of Oxford Biomedical Imaging Network
09:45-10:45: Cardiovascular Imaging (Chairs: Robin Choudhury and Damian Tyler)
Peter Kohl (DPAG), "3D Reintegration of Cardiac Anatomy: From Macro to Nano"
Stefan Neubauer (Cardiovascular Medicine), "Phenotyping Cardiovascular Disease with Magnetic Resonance Methods"
Harald Becher (Cardiovascular Medicine), "Modern Cardiac Ultrasound Analysis Techniques"
10:45-11:45: Poster Session 1 and Tea/Coffee
11:45-12:30: Neuroimaging (Chairs: Martin Turner and Heidi Johansen-Berg)
Keith Brain (Pharmacology), "An optical technique to monitor peripheral autonomic transmission with submicron resolution"
Anna C. Nobre (Experimental Psychology), "When memory becomes attention"
Mark Jenkinson (Clinical Neurology): "Structural and Functional Analyses of Brain Imaging Data"
12:45-13:45: Buffet Lunch
13:45-14:45: Proffered Talks (Chairs: Alison Noble and Sofia Pascu)
Talk 1: Paul Leeson (Cardiovascular Medicine) "Imaging cardiovascular function in early life: from heart to capillary"
Talk 2: Roger Patient (IMM) "Imaging the development of a circulatory system in zebrafish using fluorescent transgenics"
Talk 3: Simon Bayly (Chemistry) "Design of PET Tracers for Imaging Hypoxia: Evaluation of Hydrophilic 64Cu-ATSM Conjugates"
Talk 4: Ben Davis (Chemistry) "Sugars and Proteins: Imaging probes from synthetic biology"
14:45-15:45: Poster Session 2 and Tea/Coffee
15:45-16:45: Oncology Imaging (Chairs: Thomas Brunner and Adrian Harris)
Shawn Carbonell (ROB), "Confocal/Multiphoton Imaging in Experimental Oncology"
Fergus Gleeson (Churchill Hospital), "Imaging Projects from the Biomedical Research Theme:
DCE MRI and Dynamic PET in Rectal Cancer, and Lung Imaging using Hyperpolarised Helium"
Olivier Noterdaeme (Engineering): "Image Analysis in Oncology Diagnosis and Therapy: High Intensity Focused Ultrasound and Contrast Enhanced MRI"
16:45-17:45: Annual Oxford Varian Lecture: Mark Henkelman (University of Toronto), "Imaging for Mouse Phenotyping"