Workshop on Digital Histology Reconstruction

Workshop on Digital Histology Reconstruction

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Roberts Building room G06

Torrington Place



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Welcome to the First International Workshop on Digital Histology Reconstruction!

Program - updated on June 9th; added Paul Yushkevich (UPenn to list of speakers)

8.00-8.30am: Registration and coffee (foyer of Roberts building)

8.30-8.40am: Welcome (room Roberts G06).

8.40-9.30am: Keynote I, Martin Groher (MicroDimensions LLC, Munich). Whole Slide Volume Creation: 3D Reconstruction of Histology Section Images.

9.30-10.00am: Nasir Rajpoot (Warwick). Computational Pathology: Challenges and Opportunities.

10.00-10.30am: Alain Pitiot (Ilixa LLC, Nottingham). Registering histology (sparse and dense) and MRI.

10.30-11.00am: Coffee break (foyer of Roberts building)

11.00-11.30am: Ricardo Insausti (UCLM, Spain). Anatomical basis of an exhaustive thalamic segmentation for FreeSurfer.

11.30-12.00pm: Juan Eugenio Iglesias (UCL). Building probabilistic atlases from ex vivo modalities for in vivo image segmentation.

12.00-12.30pm: Sebastian Bludau (Jülich, Germany). Cytoarchitectonic maps in high resolution reference spaces.

12.30-1.30pm: Lunch (foyer of Roberts building)

1.30-2.20pm: Keynote II, Karla Miller (Oxford). Title: Linking MRI to microscopy in the human brain.

2.20-2.50pm: Paul Yushkevich (UPenn, USA). Computational Methods for Building a Probabilistic Atlas of the Hippocampus from Ex Vivo MRI and Serial Histology.

2.50-3.20pm: Laura Wisse (UPenn, USA). Alzheimer’s disease and age-related effects on hippocampal morphometry: novel insights from an ex vivo atlas combining MRI and histology.

3.20-3.40pm: Coffee break (room G06)

3.40-4.10pm: Eric Bardinet (CNRS, France). Deformable sub-cortical brain atlases for Deep Brain Stimulation.

4.10-4.40pm: Laura Panagiotaki (UCL). Validation of VERDICT MRI using personalised 3D-printed molds for histological alignment.

4.40-5.00pm: Discussion: future directions.

5-6.30pm: Reception (Front Suite 104, Roberts building).

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