2022 Virtual IGT Workshop

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The 12th National Image Guided Therapy Workshop

The 12th National Image Guided Therapy Workshop was held on May 19, 2022, in virtual format. The workshop drew 289 registrations, including 29 NIH personnel and 48 industry representatives. The workshop started with four plenary lecturers covering state-of-art Image Guided Therapy research: Dr. Kim Butts-Pauly of Stanford University introduced her recent progress on Focused Ultrasound Therapy, and Dr. Oliver Jonas of Harvard Medical School on Drug Response measurements by intra-tumor device, Dr. Mathias Unberath on In Silico Experiment, and Dr. Ken Goldberg of UC Berkley on Artificial Intelligence robotic surgery. The plenary talks were followed by 35 oral presentations by Principal Investigators of active NIH grants on Image Guided Therapy research and 30 short presentations by fellows and post-docs to discuss their research progress with experts. The research presentation topics included Medical Robotics, Surgical technologies, Imaging and Sensing Technologies, and MRI-guided Focused Ultrasound therapies. The website for the workshop consists of the participants' list and titles and authors of the talks. The link to the grants' NIH Reporter page is provided for the talks covering the active NIH funding.

The overall goal of this workshop series is to foster discourse in translational research in image-guided therapy in the NIH-funded community and to communicate the availability of AT-NCIGT as a national resource for tools and technologies in the field. Attendees include NIH-funded academic scientists, clinicians, and leaders from industry and federal agencies interested in image-guided interventions. In the previous workshop also held in an online format, 454 participants, including 39 NIH Officers, learned the state-of-art in IGT from oral and poster presentations. Please view the participants' list from the last workshop.

    ORGANIZING CHAIRS

    Nobuhiko Hata, PhD, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    Robert J, Webster III, PhD, Vanderbilt University
    Clare Tempany, MD, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School


    PROGRAM CHAIRS

    Nathalie Agar, PhD, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    Qi Duan, PhD, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, National Institutes of Health
    Nathan McDannold, PhD, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    Allison Payne, PhD, University of Utah
    Behrouz Shabestari, PhD, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, National Institutes of Health
    Daniel B. Vigneron, PhD, University of California San Francisco
    William (Sandy) Wells, PhD, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School

     

    MEDIA COMMITTEE

    Junichi Tokuda, PhD, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
     

    IMPORTANT DATES

    03/05/2022 Abstract Submission Site Open
    04/20/2022 Abstract Due
    05/05/2022 Notification of Acceptance
    05/07/2022 Program posted on the workshop website


    INSTRUCTIONS

    - for Attendees

    • Please use the direct link in the Program at Glance above or a combination of Zoom ID and passcodes (02874 1) to enter the rooms.
    • Webinar sessions – please put your questions in the Chat of the Zoom.
    • Interactive Oral sessions – raise your hand for the moderator to turn on your audio to ask your questions.

    - for Plenary and Webinar Presenters

    • You will be given 10 minutes to complete your talk, including time to turn on the PowerPoint.
    • When the moderator announces a one-minute warning, move to the Conclusion slide and prepare to finish your talk by the 10-minute mark.
    • The moderator will firmly ask you to finish your talk after 10 minutes.
    • Please arrive at your room at the beginning of the session as a regular attendee using the links above.
    • The moderator of your presenting room will change your status to Panelist status as soon as you arrive at the room. Your video can be turned on once you become a panelist.
    • Mute your audio when you are not presenting.
    • Please stay as a Panelist after your talk and answer the question directed to you in the Chat window.

    - for Interactive Oral Session Speakers

    • Limit your slide to three, including the title. Use your time wisely to finish your pitch in a short time, and leave enough time for audio Q&A.
    • Please arrive at your room at the beginning of the session as a regular attendee.
    • The moderator of your presenting room will change your status to Panelist status as soon as you arrive at the room. Your video can be turned on once you become a panelist.
    • If the moderator has difficulty finding you, reach out to them in the Chat window.
    • Mute your audio when you are not presenting.
    • Please stay as a Panelist after your talk and answer the question directed to you in the Chat window.

    - for Chairs

    • Please arrive at your room at the beginning of the session as a regular attendee.
    • The moderator of your presenting room will change your status to Panelist status as soon as you arrive at the room. Your video can be turned on once you become a panelist.
    • If the moderator has difficulty finding you, reach out to them in the Chat window.
    • Please organize the session following the instructions for the presenters above.
       

    PROGRAM | Thursday, May 19, 2022, 12:30 - 4:30pm

    All events are in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

    PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

        MAIN HALL Breakout Room FENWAY Breakout Room ALLSTON Breakout Room CAMBRIDGE
    12:30 - 1:10pm   Welcome and Plenary Talks      
    1:20 - 2:50pm Webinar Sessions
    • 10 minutes talk
    • no QA
    Medical Robotics Imaging and Sensing FUS/US/Ablation Surgery
    3:00 - 3:20pm   NIH Information Session      
    3:30 - 4:30pm Interactive Oral Sessions
    • 3 Slides and Audio
    • QA
    Medical Robotics Imaging and Sensing MRI-guided FUS and Therapies Neurosurgery

    ZOOM INFORMATION

      Zoom link without passcode
    Passcode embedded direct link sent via email
    Zoom Meeting ID Zoom Passcode
    MAIN HALL https://partners.zoom.us/j/85438733492 854 3873 3492 Sent via Email
    Breakout Room FENWAY https://partners.zoom.us/j/87089505543 870 8950 5543 Sent via Email
    Breakout Room ALLSTON https://partners.zoom.us/j/89375277321 893 7527 7321 Sent via Email
    Breakout Room CAMBRIDGE https://partners.zoom.us/j/81017515803 810 1751 5803 Sent via Email

    12:30-12:35pm | Opening Remarks

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    Clare Tempany, MD 
    Brigham and Women's Hospital
    Harvard Medical School
    Nobuhiko Hata, PhD 
    Brigham and Women's Hospital
    Harvard Medical School
    Robert J. Webster III, PhD
    Vanderbilt University

    12:35-1:15pm | Plenary Talks

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    FOCUSED ULTRASOUND SURGERY

    Kim Butts-Pauly, Professor, Stanford University

    High Resolution Transcranial Ultrasound Stimulation (TUS) with Crossbeam

    IMAGING AND SENSING

    Oliver Jonas, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School

    Intratumor Microdevices for Multiple Drug Response Measurements in Patients

    SURGERY

     

    Mathias Unberath, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University

    SyntheX -- Catalyzing the Design of Intelligent Surgical Systems Through In Silico Experiment

    MEDICAL ROBOTICS

    Ken Goldberg, Professor, UC Berkley

    The Cutting Edge of Robot Surgery

    1:20-2:50pm | Webinar Session  

    Abstracts of the Oral Presentations

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    MEDICAL ROBOTICS

    Session Chairs: 
    Robert J, Webster III, PhD, Vanderbilt University
    Nobuhiko Hata, PhD, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School

    1:20 - 1:30pm
    • Telerobotic Neurovascular Interventions With Magnetic Manipulation 

    Xuanhe Zhao (MIT) 

    1R01HL153857 
    NSF EFRI-1935291; Philips Research North America through MIT-Philips research alliance

    1:30 - 1:40pm
    • MERLIN: An MRI-Guided Steerable Needle to Replace Open Brain Surgery for Epilepsy Patients 

    Eric J. Barth (Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN) 

    5R01NS120518

    1:40 - 1:50pm
    • Image-Guided Robotic Steerable Needles for Enhanced Access to Lung Nodules 

    Ron Alterovitz (Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC) 

    5R01EB024864

    1:50 - 2:00pm
    • Shape-Sensing and Prediction using FBG-Sensorized Needles 

    Iulian Iordachita (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD) 

    R01 CA235134-01

    2:00 - 2:10pm
    • Image-Guided Robotics for Surgical Reduction of Complex Joint Dislocations 

    Ali Uneri (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD) 

    1R01EB031958

    2:10 - 2:20pm
    • Medical Robotics for MRI-Guided Interventions 

    Kevin Cleary (Children's National Hospital, Washington D.C.) 

    R01EB025179R01EB020003R01CA172244R01NS116148

    2:20 - 2:30pm
    • Open Source Software Platform for Image-Guided Robot-Assisted Interventions 

    Junichi Tokuda (Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School)

    R01EB020667

    2:30 - 2:40pm
    • Physician Assistance Technology in Image-guided Robotic Intervention of Prostate 

    Nobuhiko Hata (Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School) 

    1R01EB030539

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    IMAGING AND SENSING

    Session Chairs:
    William (Sandy) Wells, PhD, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    Daniel B. Vigneron, PhD, University of California San Francisco

    1:20 - 1:30pm
    • Targeted Contrast Agents for Image-Guided Drug Delivery and Cancer Therapy 

    Hak Soo Choi (Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA) 

    R01EB022230R21CA223270R01HL143020

    1:30 - 1:40pm
    • Deformable Motion Compensation for 3D Image-Guided Interventional Radiology 

    Alejandro Sisniega (Department of Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD) 

    R01EB030547

    1:40 - 1:50pm
    • Clinical Impact of a Volumetric Image Method for Confirming Tumour Coverage With Ablation on Patients With Malignant Liver Lesions (COVER-ALL Trial) 

    Bruno C. Odisio (Department of Interventional Radiology, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX) 

    1R01CA235564

    1:50 - 2:00pm
    • Estimation of High Framerate Digital Subtraction Angiography at Low Radiation Dose 

    Nazim Haouchine (Department of Radiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA) 

    R03EB032050 
    BWH Radiology Department Research Pilot Grant Award

    2:00 - 2:10pm
    • High Temporal Resolution Using 1000 fps Angiography for Endovascular Interventional Procedures 

    Stephen Rudin (University at Buffalo (SUNY) Canon Stroke and Vascular Research Center, Buffalo, NY) 

    R01EB030092

    2:10 - 2:20pm
    • Renal Mass Angiography Using QUTE-CE-MRA With Ferumoxytol Contrast Agents in Chronic Kidney Disease Patients 

    Srinivas Sridhar (Northeastern University, Boston, MA) 

    1R21DK118449

    2:20 - 2:30pm
    • Extract the Cardiac Cycle Signal and Respiratory Signal Directly for 2D Cine MR Images and CBCT Projection Images 

    Deshan Yang (Duke University, Durham, NC) 

    1R01HL148210

    2:30 - 2:40pm
    • 4D Motion Modeling and Real-Time Online 3D Motion Tracking for MR Image Guided Radiotherapy

    Deshan Yang (Duke University, Durham, NC)

    1R01HL148210

    2:40 - 2:50pm
    • In Vivo 3-D Gamma-Ray Spectrometry for Molecular Theranostics 

    Ling-Jian Meng (Department of Nuclear, Plasma and Radiological Engineering (NPRE) and the Department of Bioengineering (BIOE), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL) 

    R01HL145786

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    FOCUSED ULTRASOUND/ULTRASOUND/ABLATION

    Session Chairs: 
    Nathan McDannold, PhD, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    Allison Payne, PhD, University of Utah

    1:20 - 1:30pm
    • Transcranial MR-Guided Histotripsy for Non-Invasive Brain Surgery 

    Zhen Xu (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI) 

    R01EB028309 
    Focused Ultrasound Foundation

    1:30 - 1:40pm
    • Neuronavigation-Guided Sonobiopsy for Brain Tumor Genetic Diagnosis Without Surgery 

    Hong Chen (Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO) 

    1R01EB030102

    1:40 - 1:50pm
    • Ultrasound as a Tool for Image-Guided Tumor Therapy: From Localized Energy Deposition to Site-Specific Triggered Drug Delivery

    Alexander L Klibanov (Robert M Berne Cardiovascular Research Center) 

    1R01EB023055

    1:50 - 2:00pm
    • Model-Based Conformal Ablation Planning for MRI-Guided Robot-Assisted Needle-Based Therapeutic Ultrasound Treatment of Brain Tumors: Development and in vivo Validation in Survival Swine Studies of FEM-based Modeling and Reinforcement Learning-based Preoperative Planning 

    Gregory Fischer (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA) 

    R01CA166379

    2:00 - 2:10pm
    • Multi-Functional Photoacoustic Image-Guided Ablation Therapy 

    Haichong K. Zhang (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA) 

    DP5OD028162R01CA134675 
    Worcester Polytechnic Institute internal fund, the Transformative Research and Innovation, Accelerating Discovery (TRIAD) grant

    2:10  - 2:20pm
    • Repurposing Color Doppler Ultrasound Imaging to Guide Targeted Cardiac Injections in Preclinical Animal Models Using Acoustically Active Needles

    Marek Belohlavek (Department of Cardiovascular Disease, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, Scottsdale, AZ) 

    5R01EB019947 
    Advanced Practice Research Award, Mayo Clinic Center for Clinical and Translational Science

    2:20 - 2:30pm
    • Development of a Forward-Viewing 3D Intravascular Ultrasound Imaging System for Functional Coronary Imaging-Guided Intervention 

    Brooks Lindsey (Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, Atlanta, GA) 

    5R01EB031101

    2:30 - 2:40pm
    • Feasibility of Quantitative MR-Based Hypoxia Measurements in the Setting of Interstitial High Dose Rate Brachytherapy of the Cervix 

    Gregory Ekchian (Stratagen Bio Inc.) 

    R43CA261401P41EB015898 
    Bridge Project Grant

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    SURGERY

    Session Chairs:
    Nathalie Agar, PhD, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    Clare Tempany, MD, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School

    1:20 - 1:30pm
    • Margin Detection for Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma Using Dynamic Optical Contrast Imaging 

    Maie St. John (Department of Head & Neck Surgery Thomas C. Calcaterra Chair in Head and Neck Surgery Co-Director, UCLA Head and Neck Cancer Program Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA, CA) 

    NCI R01; NIBIB R01

    1:30 - 1:40pm
    • A Lensless Wireless Fluorescence Image Sensor for Real-time in vivo Imaging in Cancer Immunotherapy

    Mekhail Anwar (Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California, Berkeley, USA and Department of Radiation Oncology, University of California, San Francisco, CA) 

    1DP2DE030713

    1:40 - 1:50pm
    • Near Infrared Nerve-Specific Fluorophores to Improve Nerve Sparing Radical Prostatectomy 

    Summer Gibbs (Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR) 

    R01EB032226

    1:50 - 2:00pm
    • Robot-Enabled Natural Orifice Prostatectomy

    Duke Herrell (Vanderbilt University Medical Center) 

    R01EB026901

    2:00 - 2:10pm
    • Image Guided Robotic Nephron-Sparing Surgery 

    Duke Herrell (Vanderbilt University Medical Center) 

    R01EB023717

    2:10 - 2:20pm
    • Optical Phantoms and Computational Tools for Advancing Development of Fluorescence Guided Surgery

    Ethan LaRochelle (CEO & Co-founder, QUEL Imaging) 

    1R43EB02980475N91021C00035

    2:20 - 2:30pm
    • Technology and Framework for Image-guided Transoral Robotic Surgery (igTORS) 

    Ryan Halter (Dartmouth College, Hanover, HN) 

    1R21CA246158 
    Norris Cotton Cancer Center Pilot Awards

    2:30 - 2:40pm
    • Trackerless Navigation System for Lateral Skull-base Surgery 

    Haoyin Zhou (Department of Radiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA) 

    K99EB027177R01EB025964P41EB015898

    2:40 - 2:50pm
    • Establishing Extensible Open Source Infrastructure for Managing IGT Data

    Andrey Fedorov (Department of Radiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA) 

    P41EB028741T32EB025823
    NCI Imaging Data Commons

    3:00-3:20pm | NIH Information and Q&A

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    Session Chairs:
    Behrouz Shabestari, PhD, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, National Institutes of Health
    Qi Duan, PhD, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, National Institutes of Health

    3:30-4:30pm | Interactive Oral Sessions

    Abstracts of the Interactive Oral Presentations

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    MEDICAL ROBOTICS

    Moderators:
    Haoyin Zhou, PhDBrigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    Xiaoguang Dong, PhD, Vanderbilt University

    3:30 - 3:37pm
    • An Ultra-Thin Steerable Transnasal Endoscope to Replace Exploratory Middle Ear Surgeries 

    Caleb Rucker (The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN) 

    1R44DC019894

    3:37- 3:44pm
    • On Surgical Planning based on Patient-Specific CTR Design for Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy 

    Filipe Pedrosa (Western Univerity, London, ON, Canada) 

    R01DK119269 
    Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada through grant RGPIN1345

    3:44 - 3:51pm
    • C-am fluoroscopy-guided Pose Estimation and Path Planning of Surgical Robots 

    Sharan Ravigopal (Graduate Student) 

    R01HL144714R01HL140325

    3:51 - 3:58pm
    • Dynamic Modelling and Control of a Robotic Intracardiac Echo Catheter 

    Mohammad Salehizadeh (Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Radiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA) 

    R01EB028278

    3:58 - 4:05pm
    • Preclinical Evaluation of a Marker-less, Real-time, Augmented Reality Guidance System for Robot Assisted Radical Prostatectomy 

    Megha Kalia (Robotics and Control Lab, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of British Columbia, Canada) 

    CIHR grant MOP-142439; CA Laszlo Chair

    4:05 - 4:12pm
    • A Literature Study on Needle Insertion Mechanical Factors Affecting Prostate Core Biopsy Sample Quality 

    Isaac Girgis (Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL) 

    R15EB030356

    4:12 - 4:19pm
    • A Calibration Framework for Enabling Image-Guided Robotic Surgery with the da Vinci Xi Surgical System via Integrated Stereovision and Joint Kinematics 

    Michael A. Kokko (Mike) (Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH) 
    Partial pilot funding from Norris Cotton Cancer Center

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    IMAGING AND SENSING

    Moderators:
    Sharath K. Bhagavatula, MDBrigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    Guigen Liu, PhDBrigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School

    3:30 - 3:37pm
    • Prospective Validation of Diffusion-Weighted MRI as a Biomarker of Tumor Response and Oncologic Outcomes in Head and Neck Cancer: Results From an Observational Biomarker Pre-Qualification Study

    Abdallah S. R. Mohamed (Department of Radiation Oncology, The University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX) 

    R01DE028290R01DE025248

    3:37 - 3:44pm
    • The Clinical Impact of Intraoperative Margin Assessment in Breast Cancer Surgery Using a Novel Pegulicianine Fluorescence Guided Surgery System: A Prospective Single Arm Study 

    E. Shelley Hwang (Duke Cancer Institute and Duke University Health System, Durham, NC) 

    5R44CA211013

    3:44 - 3:51pm
    • Improved Color-Guided Depth Super-Resolution for Augmented Reality Guided Surgery 

    Ritvik Pulya (Brigham and Women's Hospital and Johns Hopkins University) 

    R01EB025964P41EB028741

    3:51 - 3:58pm
    • Real-time Multimodal Optical Imaging and Risk Map Projection for Oral Cancer Detection and Biopsy Guidance 

    Jackson Coole (Department of Bioengineering, Rice University, Houston, TX) 

    5R01DE029590

    3:58 - 4:05pm
    • Development of a Radiolabeled Peptide-Drug Conjugate for Image-Guided Drug Delivery 

    Solmaz AghaAmiri (The Brown Foundation Institute of Molecular Medicine, McGovern Medical School, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, TX)

    4:05 - 4:12pm
    • Multimodality Guidance for Breast-Conserving Cancer Surgery Using Real-Time Navigated Mass Spectrometry 

    Jessica R. Rodgers (School of Computing, Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada) 

    Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR); Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)

    4:12 - 4:19pm
    • Targeted Multicolor In Vivo Imaging Over 1000 nm Enabled by Nonamethine Cyanines 

    Mara Saccomano (Helmholtz Zentrum Muenchen, Germany)

    4:19 - 4:26pm
    • Interpretable Computer Aided Margin Assessment in Navigated iKnife Surgeries 

    Amoon Jamzad (Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada) 

    NSERC, CIHR

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    MRI-GUIDED FUS AND THERAPIES

    Moderators:
    Pedro Lopes Da Frota Moreira, PhDBrigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    Nicholas Todd, PhDBrigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School

    3:30 - 3:37pm
    • The Quest to Improve Efficacy of Endovascular Neuro-Interventions: Focus on Spatial Precision of the Blood Brain Barrier Opening in a Mouse Model 

    G. Qiao (Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD) 

    R21NS118232

    3:37 - 3:44pm
    • Transcranial Focused Ultrasound Targeting Using Image Guidance and Array-Based Steering 

    M. Anthony Phipps (Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN) 

    U18EB029351R24MH109105T32EB001628

    3:44 - 3:51pm
    • Investigating the Feasibility of Targeting Mesial Temporal Lobe Structures Using tcMRgFUS 

    Sijia Guo (Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD) 

    Focused Ultrasound Foundation

    3:51- 3:58pm
    • Data-Driven Algorithms for Pre and Intraoperative Planning of Focal Cryoablation of Prostate Cancer 

    Pedro Moreira (Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA) 

    P41EB028741

    3:58 - 4:05pm
    • Dual-Tracked Devices for Efficient Interventions Utilizing Multiple Modalities: The MR-Tracked and Impedance-Tracked Cardiac-Arrythmia Ablation Example

    Masahito Suzuki (Division of Cardiology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD) 

    R01-EB022011R21-EB023515R01-HL157259R01-EB020667 
    AHA-SDG261039 (PI: E. Schmidt)

    4:05 - 4:12pm
    • In vitro Evaluation of Full-length, MR-safe Interventional Passive Catheter Markers at 3T 

    Bridget F Kilbride (UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, San Francisco, CA) 

    R01 EB012031R21 EB020283

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    NEUROSURGERY

    Moderators:
    Jie Ying Wu, PhDVanderbilt University
    Nazim Haouchine, PhDBrigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School

    3:30 - 3:37pm
    • NousNav: Democratizing Access to Neuronavigation 

    Étienne Léger (Department of Neurosurgery, Brigham and Women's Hospitaland Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA)

    3:37- 3:44pm
    • Neurosurgical Guidance at Cortical Level: Concepts and Preliminary Results 

    Nazim Haouchine (Department of Radiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA) 

    R01 EB027134 
    BWH Radiology Department Research Pilot Grant Award

    3:44 - 3:51pm
    • Resection Progress Mapping For Real-time Residual Tumor Identification and Brain Shift Estimation 

    Parikshit Juvekar (Department of Neurosurgery, Brigham & Women's Hospital  and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA) 

    R01 EB027134P41EB028741

    3:51 - 3:58pm
    • Image-guided Instrument Adapter Array-assisted Cavitron Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirator (CUSA) Resection of a Right Temporal Glioblastoma – A Technical Case Report 

    Parikshit Juvekar (Department of Neurosurgery, Brigham & Women's Hospital  and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA)

    R01 EB027134P41EB028741

    3:58 - 4:05pm
    • Image-Guided Ommaya Reservoir Placement for Leptomeningeal Metastasis in the Philippines: A Case Series and Scoping Review

    Erickson Torio (Department of Neurosurgery, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA)

    4:05 - 4:12pm
    • Progression-free and Overall Survival of Adult Patients with High-Grade Gliomas undergoing Image-Guided Surgery: A Network Meta-analysis utilizing Individual Patient Survival Data 

    Erickson Torio (Department of Neurosurgery, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA)

    4:12 - 4:19pm
    • Non-Invasive Robotic Tumor Bed Inspection in Breast Conserving Surgery 

    Laura Connolly (Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada)

    4:19 - 4:26pm
    • A Surgical Planning Software for DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction Using a Depth Camera 

    Elise Fu (Departments of Radiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA) 

    R01EB025964P41EB028741 
    Radiology Department Pilot Grant

    4:26 - 4:33pm
    • Locating Tumor Classifications in Breast Cancer Surgery 

    Joshua Ehrlich (School of Computing, Queen’s University, Kingston ON, Canada) 

    1R01EB021396 
    Gabor Fichtinger is supported as a Canada Research Chair in Computer-Integrated Surgery; We acknowledge the support of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) program.


    Confirmed Attendees (as of 05/18/2022)

    1. Abdallah S. R. Mohamed | The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
    2. Abhinav K. Jha | Washington University in St. Louis
    3. Afsoon Nejati | Toronto's Metropolitan University
    4. Alejandro Sisniega | Johns Hopkins University
    5. Alexander Klibanov | University of Virginia
    6. Alexis Girault | NVIDIA
    7. Ali Azhdarinia | The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
    8. Ali Moein | Boston University
    9. Ali Tavallaei | Ryerson University
    10. Ali Tavallaei | Toronto Metropolitan University
    11. Ali Uneri | Johns Hopkins University
    12. Allison Payne | University of Utah
    13. Alykhan Sewani | Ryerson University
    14. Amoon Jamzad | Queen's University
    15. Anabel Alfonso | Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
    16. André Legendre | Kalima Blockchain
    17. Andrey Fedorov | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    18. Ashwin Singh Parihar | Washington University School of Medicine
    19. Aurea Pascal-Tenorio | Department of Radiology, Stanford University
    20. Bhadrasain | Vikram | NIH
    21. Blake Beier | Sterling Medical Devices
    22. Boklye Kim | NIH/NCI
    23. Brian Rodgers | NIH
    24. Brian Schlossberg | Lumicell Inc.
    25. Bridget Kilbride | UCSF
    26. Brooks Lindsey | Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University
    27. Bryan Parker | International Healthcare
    28. Carl-Fredrik Westin | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    29. Cheng Wang | UCSF
    30. Chiayeng Wang | NCI/NIH
    31. Chih-Yen Chien | Washington University in St. Louis
    32. Chris Gibson | Robarts Research Institute
    33. Clare Tempany | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    34. Connor Barth | Oregon Health & Science University
    35. Cosmin Ciausu | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    36. David Bericat | NVIDIA
    37. David Moore | Focused Ultrasound Foundation
    38. Deepa Krishnaswamy | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    39. Dennis Parker | University of Utah
    40. Deshan Yang | Duke University
    41. Desmond Teck Beng Yeo | GE Research
    42. Dieter Haemmerich | Medical University South Carolina
    43. Dimitri Lezcano | Johns Hopkins University
    44. Dipanjan Pan | University of Maryland Baltimore
    45. Elena Maria Zannoni | University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
    46. Elvis Chen | Robarts Research Institute
    47. Emilee Minalga | University of Utah
    48. Emma Erickson | Carnegie Mellon University
    49. Erez Nevo | Robin Medical
    50. Eric Jeffrey Seibel | University of Washington
    51. Étienne Léger | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    52. Eva Gombos | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    53. Evangelia Kaza | Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School
    54. Faisal Bashir | Medtronic
    55. Filipe Pedrosa | Western University
    56. Frederic Padilla | Focused Ultrasound Foundation
    57. Gang Li | Children's National Medical Center
    58. George Durrant | Medtronic
    59. Gernot Kronreif | ACMIT Gmbh
    60. Ghina Zia | Indiana University School of Medicine
    61. Gregory Ekchian | Stratagen Bio Inc.
    62. Guanda Qiao | University of Maryland, Baltimore
    63. Guigen Liu | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    64. Gulsah Caneli | Medtronic
    65. Haichong (Kai) Zhang | Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    66. Hak Soo Choi | Massachusetts General Hospital
    67. Han Dong | Vanderbilt Bio Photonics Center
    68. Haoyin Zhou | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    69. Haroon Oqab | Kepler Space Institute
    70. Hasnine Haque | GE Healthcare
    71. Henrik Odéen | University of Utah
    72. Hong Chen | Washington University in St. Louis
    73. Huabei Jiang | University of South Florida
    74. Ileana Hancu | NIH/NCI
    75. Isaac Girgis | Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Central Florida
    76. Iulian Iordachita | Johns Hopkins University
    77. Jacek Capala | National Cancer Institute
    78. Jack Peters | Vanderbilt University
    79. Jackson Coole | Rice University
    80. Jacob | Ryerson University
    81. James Basilion | Case Western University
    82. Janice M Fairhurst | MassGeneral Brigham
    83. Jared Lawson | Vanderbilt University
    84. Javier Pascau | Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)
    85. Jayender Jagadeesan | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    86. Jeff Rezazada | Ryerson University
    87. Jeff Siewerdsen | Johns Hopkins University
    88. Jessica Rodgers | Queen's University
    89. Jianing Pang | Siemens Healthineers
    90. Jie Ying Wu | Vanderbilt University
    91. Jing Wang | UT Southwest
    92. Josh Hillyard | University of Utah
    93. Joshua Crockett | University of Utah
    94. Joshua Ehrlich | Queen's University
    95. Joshua Marchant | University of Utah
    96. Junichi Tokuda | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    97. Kai Bao | Massachusetts General Hospital
    98. Karen Joos | Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    99. Karun Sharma | Children's National Medical Center / George Washington University
    100. Kenji Fujioka | Northern Digital Inc. (NDI)
    101. Kevin Cleary | Children's National Hospital
    102. Khan Iftekharuddin | Old Dominion University
    103. Laura Connolly | Queen's University
    104. Leyla Kabuli | UC Berkeley
    105. Lily Yang | Emory University
    106. Lisa Last | nView medical
    107. Lu Xu | Washington University in St. Louis
    108. Maie St. John | UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine
    109. Mara Saccomano | Helmholtz Pioneer Campus, Helmholtz Zentrum München
    110. Marek Belohlavek | Department of Cardiovascular Disease, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, Scottsdale
    111. Mariana Costa Bernardes Matias | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    112. Mark Vangel | Massachusetts General Hospital
    113. Masahito Naito | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    114. Masahito Suzuki | Johns Hopkins University
    115. Matthew Tarasek | GE Global Research
    116. Megha | Robotics and Control Lab, The University of British Columbia
    117. Mekhail Anwar | UCSF
    118. Michael Daly | University Health Network
    119. Michael Malmberg | University of Utah
    120. Michelle Kline | Utah Center for Advanced Imaging Research, University of Utah
    121. Michellie Choi | Western University
    122. Mike Kokko | Dartmouth College
    123. Milind Rajadhyaksha | Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
    124. Mohammad Khoobani | Toronto Metropolitan University
    125. Mohammad Salehizadeh | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    126. Mohammadmahdi | Tahmasebi Student at Toronto metropolitan university
    127. Mohmed Almekkawy | Penn State University
    128. Morgan Ringel | Vanderbilt University
    129. Nathalie Agar | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    130. Nazim Haouchine | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    131. Neal Clinthorne | Ehmet Health
    132. Neel Shihora | Vanderbilt University
    133. Neil Glossop | ArciTrax Inc., Queen's University
    134. Nicholas Fordham | Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston University School of Medicine
    135. Nicholas Richards | Univeristy of Utah
    136. Nobuhiko Hata | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    137. Pedro Moreira | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    138. Perry Grigsby | Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology
    139. Prerna | NVIDIA
    140. Pushpa Tandon | National Cancer Institute
    141. Qi Duan | NIH
    142. Quirina de Ruiter | Intuitive
    143. Rafael Moreta-Martinez | Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
    144. Randy King | NIH/NIBIB
    145. Rao Gullapalli | University of Maryland School of Medicine
    146. Rao P Gullapalli | University of Maryland School of Medicine
    147. Ravi Teja Seethamraju | Siemens Healthineers
    148. Rebecca Lisk | Surgical Navigation & Robotics Lab
    149. Richard Wahl | Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University School of Medicine
    150. Robb Merrill | Department of Radiology, University of Utah
    151. Robert Cormack | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    152. Robert Nordstrom | National Cancer Institute
    153. Rock Hadley | University of Utah
    154. Ron Alterovitz | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    155. Ron Kikinis | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    156. Ross Berbeco | BWH/DFCI
    157. Rozhan Rabbani | Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California, Berkeley
    158. Rui Li | New York University
    159. Ryan Halter | Dartmouth College
    160. Ryo Murakami | Medical Fusion Laboratory, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    161. Sai Tej | Independent
    162. Sam Clinard | University of Utah
    163. Sam Song | University of Central Florida
    164. Samuel Kesner | Medtronic
    165. Samuel S. Streeter | Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth
    166. Sanghoon Kim | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    167. Sara Johnson | University of Utah
    168. Sarah Frisken | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    169. Satoshi Kobayashi | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    170. Sean Madden | Lumicell, Inc.
    171. Sevda Mohammadi Gharalar | UCSF
    172. Shane Wells | University of Wisconsin Madison
    173. Shang Gao | Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    174. Sharan Ravigopal | Georgia Institute of Technology
    175. Sharath Bhagavatula | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    176. Shreyas Chandra Sekhar | WPI
    177. Shubham Mandot | University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    178. Sijia Guo | University of Maryland School of Medicine
    179. Srinivas Sridhar | Northeastern University and Harvard Medical School
    180. Stephen Rudin | University at Buffalo (SUNY)
    181. Steven Roys | University of Maryland Hospital
    182. Stuart G. Silverman | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    183. Summer Gibbs | Oregon Health & Science University
    184. Susann Brady-Kalnay | Case Western Reserve University
    185. Szymon Płotka | Sano Centre for Computational Medicine
    186. Takahisa Kato | Canon USA, Inc.
    187. Tamar Geller | Yale University
    188. Tamas Ungi | Queen's University
    189. Tianyi Zhou | Northeastern University
    190. Tina Kapur | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
    191. Tokuyuki Honda | Canon USA, Inc.
    192. Tze-Yuan | Proprio
    193. Uditha Jayarathne | Northern Digital Inc.
    194. Walia Farzana
    195. Walid Ibn Essayed | Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital
    196. William Evan Higgins | Penn State University
    197. Xenophon Papademetris | Yale University
    198. Xiao Liang | University of Maryland School of Medicine
    199. Xiaoguang Dong | Vanderbilt Institute for Surgery and Engineering, Vanderbilt University
    200. Yash Ajay Garje | Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    201. Yeonhee Chang | Vanderbilt
    202. Yichuan Tang | Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    203. Yilan Xu | Vanderbilt University
    204. Ying Xiao | UPENN
    205. Yuan Chuan Tai | Washington University in St. Louis
    206. Yue Chen | Georgia Institute of Technology
    207. Zachary Chau | Northeastern University
    208. Zhen Xu | University of Michigan
    22 others, including six NIH officers and industry colleagues from Intuitive Surgical, Northern Digital Inc, Medtronic, and NVIDIA.

     

    Abstract Submission: Due Wednesday, April 20, 2022

    Abstract Submission Site

    We are soliciting submissions of short abstracts up to 500 words. The abstract doesn't have to be a presentation of new data, but rather a compilation of past published data supporting your vision in Image-Guided Therapy research or NIH-funded program.

    1. Place the presenter at the top of the authors' list and designate him/her as the corresponding author. The priority is given to talks presented by the PI(s) of the NIH grant the study is based on.
    2. The abstract can cover published or unpublished work.
    3. Include the NIH Grant Numbers supporting the paper.
    4. The work presented can certainly be supported by sources other than NIH.
    5. The program committee will review all submissions and assign acceptances to either poster or oral presentations. Notice of acceptance will be sent out on 05/05/2022.
    6. All abstracts will be published in workshop proceedings and made available publicly on the workshop website.