Imaging Data Commons Presentation at 2020 Annual RSNA Meeting
On Thursday, December 3, the Imaging Data Commons (IDC) will be presenting at the annual Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting from 5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. The IDC is the newest repository within the Cancer Research Data Commons (CRDC), providing publicly available imaging data and cloud-based computational resources to radiological researchers all over the world. The IDC provides tools to search and visualize cancer imaging data, interlinked with other types of cancer data, allowing for cloud-based analysis with the goal of better understanding the disease and evaluating treatment options.
This presentation will introduce the audience to the IDC and explain its role within the CRDC. Viewers will not only see the current status of the IDC and the available data sets, but also access learning materials designed to support those looking to use the IDC in their research. The team will also talk about the planned development timeline for the various capabilities of the IDC.
Current attendees of the 2020 RSNA meeting can learn more about this featured presentation on the RSNA website.
Dr. Keyvan Farahani is the CBIIT program director for imaging informatics and the Federal lead on the Imaging Data Commons.
Mr. Andrey Fedorov is Associate Professor in Radiology at the Surgical Planning Laboratory (SPL), Department of Radiology, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, while also serving as part of the Imaging Data Commons consortium.
Dr. Todd Pihl is a technical project manager at the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research (FNLCR) and for the Imaging Data Commons.
Mr. William “Bill” Longabaugh is a senior software engineer in the Shmulevich Lab at the Institute for Systems Biology and also serves as a member of the Imaging Data Commons consortium.
Dr. Bradley Erickson is a professor and consultant in the Department of Radiology at the Mayo Clinic.
Dr. Hugo Aerts is an associate professor of radiation oncology at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Dr. Aerts also serves as a member of the Imaging Data Commons consortium.
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