FUJIFILM VisualSonics Presents: From "A"rtificial Intelligence, to "Z"ebrafish: A 3 Part Series Exploring The Latest Innovations and Discoveries in Imaging.
Workshop — Sunday, April 5, 2020 — 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM — Convention Center, Room 25A
Sponsored Workshop — Chair: Sarah Burris, PhD - Scientific Applications Liaison — Co-Chair: Stephen Buttars, MSc. - Product Manager
Want to publish in high impact journals using ground-breaking technology? Wish there was a way to cut your analysis time in half using Artificial Intelligence? Are you looking for a single imaging solution that can give high resolution, reproducible data in large and small animals alike? Want to try it for yourself? Join FUJIFILM VisualSonics for a series of three 20 minute talks and hands-on sessions where we show you how our Vevo Imaging Systems are used in high-impact studies to track stem cells in the myocardium, monitor oxygenation in the brain during stroke, and follow the biodistribution of cancer fighting drugs throughout the body. Learn how A.I. can be used to analyze your data up to 48 times faster. Hear one of our customers discuss how he is using the Vevo system in his translational research. Try the newest Vevo system to scan faux mice. Come for one session and stay for all 3 to triple your chances of winning 1 of 3 FUJIFILM Instax Cameras. Whether you want to examine the cardiovascular system in a zebrafish or a pig, find liver tumors in mice, or explore the eye anatomy in a horse, we have the imaging solution for you! Refreshments provided.
- Every Picture Tells a Story: High Resolution Multi-Modal Imaging and Data Analysis in Preclinical Models
Sarah Burris, PhD - Scientific Applications Liaison — Product, FujiFilm VisualSonics, Inc.
- The Vevo F2: A New Frontier in Ultrasound Research
Stephen Buttars, MSc. - Product Manager — Product, FujiFilm VisualSonics, Inc.
- Follow Your Heart: Tracking Functional Data and Oxygen Saturation in Cardiovascular Disease Models
Bryan T. Hackfort PhD — Cellular and Integrative Physiology, University of Nebraska Medical Center