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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 2010

Annual Scientific Meeting 2010 (Papers, posters, and photos)
When Jun 16, 2010
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
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Summary of event

On the 16th June 2010 SINAPSE held its second Annual Scientific Meeting at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. The event was a great success attended by 160 people and was oversubscribed. There was a keynote presentation by Professor Jeff Bulte, Baltimore, on Stem Cell Imaging. Speakers from across the SINAPSE imaging network in Scotland covered the wide range of imaging topics; including Dr Lars Muckli from University of Glasgow, Professor Christian Schwarzbauer SINAPSE Chair at University of Aberdeen, Professor Vin Cunningham from University of Aberdeen, and Professor Edwin van Beek SINAPSE Chair of Radiology at University of Edinburgh. Fifty posters were presented by staff and students from around the SINAPSE network and also from across the UK. Prizes were presented for the best poster, best proffered oral presentation, and one for clearest communication. Topics covered MR (structural, diffusion, perfusion, functional, permeability, vascular); PET and SPECT; CT, EEG; MEG; image analysis, e-science; multi-centre studies; stroke; dementia; ageing; psychosis; mental health; diabetes; oncology; vascular imaging and imaging in psychology.

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Oral Presentations

Time

Topic

Speaker

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09:40-10:10

Cognitive Neuroimaging Predictive Coding and Unifying Theories of the Brain

Dr Lars Muckli
University of Glasgow

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10:10-10:25

Anxiety Highlights the Negative: Electrophysiological Evidence that Personality Modulates Affective Processing

Johanna Simpson
University of Stirling

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10:25-10:40

From Prediction Errors to Anhedonia Symptoms in Depression and Psychotic Symptoms in Schizophrenia

Victoria Gradin
University of Aberdeen

pdf

11:30-12:00

PET Tracer Kinetic Modelling

Professor Vin Cunningham
University of Aberdeen

pdf

12:15-13:00

Stem Cell Tracking in Neurologic Applications

Professor Jeff WM Bulte
Johns Hopkins University

pdf

14:15-14:30

Changes in Grey Matter Hyperintensities Influence Pain Perception in Elderly People

Dr Satheesh Ramalingam
University of Aberdeen

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14:30-14:45

Identifying Ischaemic Penumbra with BOLD-MRI Oxygen Challenge: Validation Based on Consequences of Reperfusion

Craig Robertson
University of Glasgow

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16:00-16:15

The Synchronous Neural Interactions Test as a Functional Neuromarker for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): A Robust Classification Method Based on the Bootstrap

Dr Heng-Ru May Tan
University of Glasgow

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16:15-16:45

Quantitative Imaging as a Biomarker

Professor Edwin van Beek
University of Edinburgh

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Poster Presentation - Downloads

No.

Name

Title

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1

S. Champion

Production of [123I]-mZIENT for biodistribution and dosimetry studies

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2

C. Lucatelli

Integrated GMP PET Radiotracer Production and Dispensing Facility

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3

Lynne Gilfillan

New SPECT And PET Imaging Agents For Metabotropic Glutamate 2/3 Receptors In Schizophrenia

pdf

4

Thomas J. Reilly

Statistical Parametric Mapping of Hallucinations in Alzheimer's Disease using Perfusion SPECT

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5

Jessica Strozyk

Effects of Conflict Strength in the Flanker Task: An ERP Study

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6

Jen Lewis

Cuteness predicts motivation to view infant faces

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7

Joanne L. Park

Electrophysiological evidence that the fine-grained temporal structure of subjective experience impacts the formation and retrieval of Episodic memories

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8

Harriet Johnston

Long-term blood glucose control and its relationship with cognitive function in type 1 diabetes.

pdf

9

Catherine A. MacLeod

Investigating Individual Differences in Episodic Memory: What do the Neural Correlates of Recognition Reveal?

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10

Lea Pilgrim

Item Recognition And Familiarity: An Electrophysiological Investigation Into The Costs Of Unitization.

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11

Daniele Ortu

Reliability Indices For Neurophysiological Event Related Potential Effects.

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12

Moses O. Sokunbi

Inter-individual differences in fMRI entropy measurements in old age

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13

Mahsa Shokouhi

Surface-based smoothing in fMRI

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14

Carlos Mugruza Vassallo

Developing paradigms for a combined EEG fMRI study: An exploration of factors influencing P3a amplitude in an auditory attention orienting task.

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15

Samantha Conlin

A decade of DTI: what the advanced MRI technique of diffusion tensor imaging has taught us about the effects of cerebral gliomas on white matter tracts

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16

Ilona Suvorova

The role of MRI-study in diagnostics of Cognitive Impairment progression

17

William K. C. Lloyd

Developmental Coordination Disorder: A Structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study of Neural Correlates

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18

Goultchira Chakirova

Orbitofrontal sulcogyral pattern may help to differentiate schizophrenia and autism-spectrum disorder.

pdf

19

Susana Muñoz Maniega

Characterisation of brain white matter lesion severity with multiparametric MR imaging in the Lothian Birth Cohort 1936

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20

Maria C. Valdés Hernández

Pilot study to classify white matter lesions by their location in the brain on MRI

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21

MR López-González

Correlation of in-vivo 3T MRI and histology of atherosclerotic plaque

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22

A Fawkes

The Lothian Birth Cohort 1936 (LBC1936) and Edinburgh's clinical research infrastructure: searching for genetic and imaging biomarkers

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23

T.A. Baskerville

Acute ischaemic lesion evolution: potential sex differences in a rodent model of stroke.

pdf

24

JG Houston

Non-Contrast enhanced QISS MR Peripheral Angiography: Image Quality and Diagnostic Performance compared to Contrast-enhanced FLASH MR Angiography

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25

JG Houston

Peripheral Arterial Disease: Whole body MRI assessment of atheroma burden for case selection and identification of index lesions for longitudinal intervention studies

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26

Calum Gray

Non-invasive localisation of inflammation in abdominal aortic aneurysms using MR and superparamagnetic particles

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27

Emma Reid

Assessing Brain Injury In Stroke-Prone Rats: MRI Thresholds of Tissue Abnormality

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28

AD Murray

White matter hyperintensity burden is associated with reduced parietal lobe white matter integrity

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29

AD Murray

What are the major determinants of late-life fluid intelligence?

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30

Dr Chris McNeil

Direct and indirect influences of childhood IQ on late life cognitive ability.

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31

N. Mustafa

Automatic measurement of periventricular halo in an elderly cohort

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32

Krishna Dani

Oxygen Challenge MRI: Signal Dependence on Tissue Type and Oxygen Concentration

33

Natalie Royle

Automated segmentation of the hippocampus in the LBC 1036 cohort: Preliminary findings

pdf

34

Shona Matthew

Analysis of Cardiac Left Ventricular Parameters Obtained by Magnetic Resonance Imaging at 3Tesla: A Pre and Post Contrast Quantitative Comparison

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35

Stephen Gandy

Measurement of Cardiac Left Atrial Volumes in Healthy Volunteers and Patients with Left Ventricular Hypertrophy and Angina using MRI

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36

Mary Finnegan

Can Altered Brain Iron in Alzheimer's Disease be Identified via MRI?

37

L. Thomas

Computational Modelling of Arterial MRE through Atherosclerotic Plaque: A Feasibility Study

pdf

38

G. D. Waiter

Repeatability and reproducibility of cortical thickness using DiReCT and CaliBrain sMRI data.

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39

Jehill Parikh

Brain temperature mapping using MRSI

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40

Abdul Nashirudeen Mumuni

Absolute Quantitative 1h-Mrs In Depression

pdf

41

Michael Jackson

Digital Brain Atlases: A Valuable research tool or Emperor's new clothes?

pdf

42

TJ MacGillivray

Vascular Assessment and Measurement Platform for Images of the REtina (VAMPIRE)

pdf

43

David Rodriguez Gonzalez

PrivacyGuard: A DICOM de-identification Toolkit

pdf

44

TJ MacGillivray

Investigating retinal microvascular abnormalities and stroke with computerised image analysis

pdf

45

Fan Zhu

Gaussian Process Deconvolution for Perfusion Imaging:Evaluation of the usage of distributed and parallel computing

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46

Andrew Evans

Quantitative ultrasound shearwave elastography of solid breast lesions

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47

Sarah Mohammed

The neural correlates of incrementally raised expectations in RSVP streams studied with MEG

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48

Christine Demore

Progress in high resolution ultrasound towards in vivo pathology

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49

Ferghal McVerry

Predicting Infarct Core with Perfusion CT- Does Red Mean Dead?

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50

Andrew Patterson

An introduction to the role of Imaging Techniques in Industry in the Development of Novel Pharmaceuticals at a Contract Research Organisation using Oncology as an Example

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51

Doug Potter

Initial Experience of Combined EEG-fMRI Development Work at 3T

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