Brussels, Belgium. May 30-31, 2014
MRI Physics: What Clinicians Should Remember. L Hermoye
Spin dynamics, sequences, optimization of image quality, artifacts
Functional MRI: the Technique. L Hermoye
Paradigm design, stimulation system, fMRI analysis, resting-state fMRI
Imaging in Clinical Neurology. L Hermoye
Multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease
Imaging of Patients with Disorders of Consciousness. S Laureys
Coma, unresponsive wakefulness syndrome, MCS, locked-in syndrome
Neuroimaging : the Neurosurgeon’s Perspective. JJ Lemaire
Image-guided neurosurgery, intra-operative MRI, radiosurgery
Neuroimaging in Psychiatry. L Hermoye
Clinical, research, depression, OCD
fMRI: What’s new ? Research, Non-medical and Funny Applications. L Hermoye
Mind reading, neurolaw, neuromarketing
Clinical Connectomics. JJ Lemaire
Connectivity, DTI, deep brain anatomy, resting-state networks
MR Spectroscopy: the Technique. VK Katsaros
STEAM, PRESS, single-voxel, multi-voxel, CSI, low TE, intermediate TE, high TE
Diffusion and Perfusion MRI: the Technique. L Hermoye
Diffusion MRI, DTI, advanced diffusion imaging, DCE perfusion, DSC perfusion
fMRI and DTI in Neurosurgical Planning. VK Katsaros
Clinical cases, image-guided neurosurgery
Multimodal Imaging of Brain Tumors. VK Katsaros
Clinical cases : fMRI, DTI, perfusion, spectroscopy, PET
Hands-on Training: Post-processing. L Hermoye & VK Katsaros
BrainMagix : fMRI module, DTI module, perfusion module, fusion
Future Developments of Advanced Brain Imaging. L Hermoye
Molecular imaging, optical imaging, MEG
- Course: 200 €
- Dinner: 50 €
Neuroradiologists, neurosurgeons, neurologists, engineers, physicists.
Laurent Hermoye, PhD, founded Imagilys in 2005, a company which he is still heading. His professional field of expertise includes advanced MR imaging techniques, namely fMRI, DTI, perfusion imaging and neurosurgical planning. He is the author of significant scientific publications (Radiology 2005, Neuroimage 2006), in collaboration with leading American universities, such as Johns Hopkins. He has taught medical imaging techniques at Belgian Université Catholique de Louvain during 10 years.
Vasilis K Katsaros, MD, PhD, is a neuroradiologist at Athens Oncological Hospital and scientific associate at Athens University’s Department of Neurosurgery. He has been trained at Freiburg University Hospital. He has more than 20 years experience in clinical imaging of brain diseases, with a special focus on multi-modal imaging of brain tumors.
Steven Laureys, MD, PhD, is a Belgian neurologist, head of the Coma Science Group at Liege University. With major publications (NEJM 2010, Science 2006, Nature Reviews Neuroscience 2005, The Lancet 2000, etc.), he is recognized worldwide as a leading scientist and clinician in the field of neurology of consciousness.
Jean-Jacques Lemaire, MD, PhD, is a neurosurgeon, head of the Department of Neurosciences at Clermont-Ferrand University Hospital in France. He has been trained at Harvard Medical School and UCLA. His specialities include deep brain stimulation, deep brain anatomy and connectomics.
Imagilys is a neuroimaging company based in Brussels (Belgium), Warsaw (Poland) and Bangalore (India). Its main mission is to develop and commercialize state-of-the-art and user-friendly systems. Its second mission is to perform translational research to develop future clinical techniques.
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