Dr. Matt Fronheiser, a scientific director at Bristol-Myers Squibb will give a colloquium talk, titled “AI/ML in Medical Imaging: Improving Care with Technology” on Friday, November 4 from 12:30 – 1:30 PM in Science Complex P-101.
See below for more information about Dr. Fronheiser .
Abstract: This talk will provide an overview of AI/ML applications in medical imaging, looking across the image pipeline from image acquisitions through patient diagnosis and risk stratification. Examples of clinically available technology will be discussed, with a focus on how these tools are changing the imaging workflow. This will be followed by a brief review of current research utilizing medical images to create prognostic and predictive models from large sets of clinical data.
Speaker Bio: Matt Fronheiser has over 15 years of experience in the medical imaging industry. He received his PhD from Duke University with a research focus on real-time 3D ultrasound. After receiving his degree, he spent several years performing optoacoustic imaging research for breast cancer. He currently works at a pharmaceutical company, Bristol-Myers Squibb, as a scientific director implementing imaging in clinical trials.