CME Seminar Series: A clinical tool for automated analysis of Cardiac MR using Quality-Controlled AI
Thursday 27th May 2021
2pm – 3pm
We are delighted to welcome, Dr Esther Puyol and Dr Bram Ruijsink presenting a talk titled:
“A clinical tool for automated analysis of Cardiac MR using Quality-Controlled AI”
Cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) plays a central role in diagnosis and management decisions for patient with heart failure. In our talk, we will show how we use robust quality control and generalizable, interpretable AI models to train robust tools to automatically collect a large set of new biomarkers from cine CMR images to inform diagnosis and treatment decisions by clinicians.
Dr Bram Ruijsink is a cardiologist in training at University Medical Centre Utrecht, the Netherlands and post-doctoral clinical fellow at the School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging sciences at King’s, focussing his research on application of AI in cardiac imaging. Dr Esther Puyol is a CME fellow at the School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences at King’s College London. Her main focus is developing new interpretable and quality-controlled AI systems for clinical application.
They have been collaborating over the last 4 years and together they have developed novel image computing and AI algorithms for medical image analysis, and applying them for better understanding and treatment of patients with heart failure.
Following the talk (45mins) there will be a Q&A (15mins)