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eLearning

SINAPSE experts from around Scotland have developed ten online modules designed to explain medical imaging. They are freely available and are intended for non-specialists.


Edinburgh Imaging Academy at the University of Edinburgh offers the following online programmes through a virtual learning environment:

Neuroimaging for Research MSc/Dip/Cert

Imaging MSc/Dip/Cert

PET-MR Principles & Applications Cert

Applied Medical Image Analysis Cert

Online Short Courses

Annual Scientific Meeting 2009

Annual Scientific Meeting 2009
When Jun 17, 2009
from 09:00 AM to 04:30 PM
Where Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh
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Programme & Talks

MOLECULAR IMAGING

Chair Dr Alison Murray

University of Aberdeen

09:00-09.10

Welcome

Prof Joanna Wardlaw

University of Edinburgh

09:10-09:20

SPECT and PET changes in those receiving Alzheimer's disease (AD) Tau therapy rember (methythioninium chloride)

Dr Roger Staff

University of Aberdeen

09:20-09:30

Tumour necrosis factor blockade mediates altered serotonin transporter availability in rheumatoid arthritis - a clinical, proof of concept study

Dr John Cavanagh

University of Glasgow

09:30-09:40

Development of Methods for Longitudinal Brain PET/CT studies in Mice

Prof Andy Welch

University of Aberdeen

09:40-09:50

18FDG-PET uptake and macrophage activity in symptomatic carotid plaque

Dr Satheesh Ramalingam

University of Glasgow

09:50-10:00

Development of novel histamine H3 radioligands using in vivomicroSPECT

Dr David Lewis

University of Glasgow

10:00-10:30

Key Note: Molecular Imaging

Prof Andre Luxén,

University of Liége

10:30-11:00

Break



 

CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF NEUROIMAGING

Chair Dr Robin Sellar

University of Edinburgh

11:00-11:30

Key Note: Neuroimaging in Stroke - the Future

Prof Keith Muir

University of Glasgow

11:30-11:40

Frontal lobe white matter hyperintensities (WMH) are associated with the incidence and trajectory of depressive symptoms in the Aberdeen 1936 Birth Cohort

Dr Alison Murray

University of Aberdeen

11:40-11:50

Suspected malignant cord compression - improving time to diagnosis via a "hotline"

Dr Graeme Houston

NHS Tayside

11:50-12:00

Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy: a tool for early determination of tissue at risk and prognosis of infarct expansion in acute ischaemic stroke

Dr Bartosz Karaszewski

University of Edinburgh

12:00-12:30

Key Note: Neuroimaging Techniques to Identify the Patient at High Risk of Stroke

Prof Dorothee Auer

University of Nottingham

12:30-13:30

Break



 

FUNCTIONAL AND STRUCTURAL IMAGING OF THE BRAIN

Chair Prof David Donaldson

University of Stirling

13:30-14:00

Key Note: Tracking Anatomical Connections in the Brain

Prof Geoff Parker

University of Manchester

14:00-14:10

Tract-specific white matter integrity and cognitive ability in youth and old age.

Dr Susana Maniega

University of Edinburgh

14:10-14:20

Long-term appearance of lacunar infarction on imaging: what proportion become CSF-containing cavities?

Dr Gillian Potter

University of Edinburgh

14:20-14:30

Reproducibility of hippocampus and amygdala volume measures using the FSL tool FIRST: a multi centre perspective.

Mr George Cameron

University of Aberdeen

14:30-15:00

Key Note: Precision Brain Imaging - Structure and Function

Prof Neil Roberts

University of Edinburgh

15:00-15:30

Break



 

NOVEL AND EMERGING TECHNIQUES

Chair Prof Richard Lerski

University of Dundee

15:30-15:40

Entropy of FA maps identifies healthy elderly individuals with family history of dementia

Dr Trevor Ahearn

University of Aberdeen

15:40-15:50

Oxygen Challenge T2* Weighted MRI as a Measurement Tool for Brain Metabolism

Dr Krishna Dani

University of Glasgow

15:50-16:00

A Framework for Standardising MRI Quality Assurance across Scotland - the Functional MRI Exemplar

Dr Katherine Lymer

University of Edinburgh

16:00-16:30

Key Note: Academic Radiology- Past, Present - Future?

Dr Alan Moody

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto