EIBIR at ECR 2017

The European Congress of Radiology (ECR) is Europe’s largest medical imaging meeting, attracting more than 25,000 medical professionals and scientists from all over the world. This makes it an ideal event for EIBIR to inform the scientific community of its work to support research in medical imaging and to disseminate the results from its current projects.

At ECR 2017, EIBIR will host sessions from two FP7 projects, VPH-DARE@IT and Project MITIGATE, as well as a session on EU research on cancer imaging with speakers from a range of other EIBIR-supported projects, including recently launached Horizon 2020 projects HYPMED and GLINT.


EIBIR Programme – ECR 2017


Thursday, March 2, 08:30-10:00- Room X
EIBIR 1:
VPH-DARE@IT Project:Novel biomarkers and
platforms for earlier dementia diagnosis

Chairperson: Zeike Taylor

Introduction
Zeike A. Taylor; Sheffield/UK

Patient Care Platform
Mark Van Gils; Tamepere/FI

Clinical Research Platform
Susheel Varma; Sheffield/UK

Mechanistic model-based biomarkers
Yiannis Ventikos; London/UK

Phenomenological model-based biomarkers
Stefan Klein; Rotterdam/NL


Friday, March 3, 08:30-10:00, Room M2
EIBIR 2:
EU Research on Cancer Imaging

Chairmain: Yan Liu:; Brussels/BE

Introduction (10′)
Yan Liu; Brussels/BE

Multimodal imaging with diffuse optics for cancer theranostics (20′)
T. Durduran; Barcelona/ES

Hybrid PET/MRI for breast cancer detection(20′)
Christiane Kuhl; Aachen/DE

Using GlucoCEST MRI to visualise cancer (20′)
Xavier Golay; London/UK


Saturday, March 4, 14:00-15:30, Room L8
EIBIR 3:
Innovative solutions for diagnosis and treatment concepts for GIST patients from the MITIGATE project

Chairperson: Stefan O. Schönberg; Mannheim/DE

Introduction to the state-of-the-art therapy in GIST (15′)
Peter Hohenberger; Mannheim/DE

Improving the diagnostic imaging approach in GIST
patients
(25′)
Clemens Decristoforo; Vienna/AT

Minimally invasive treatment of GIST patients in a compassionate use programme(20′)
S. Diehl; Mannheim/DE

Impact of the MITIGATE project on European GIST patients (20′)
Amy Bruno-Lindner; Vienna/AT

Discussion