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2022 Diversity in Radiology and Molecular Imaging: Artificial Intelligence in Cancer

An annual conference dedicated to Racial Diversity, Women in STEM, and Global Health

 

June 20, 2022
At Stanford & Online

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Free registration; Required for online & onsite attendees

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Call for Abstracts

Present your work at the conference! Due May 20.

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Call for Proposals

Apply for a $10,000 seed grant. Due May 20.

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Dear Students and Colleagues,

We welcome you to join 2022 Diversity in Radiology and Molecular Imaging: Artificial Intelligence in Cancer, a one-day conference that will take place as a hybrid event on June 20, 2022. The conference will provide keynote lectures, scientific presentations and educational lectures from leaders and pioneers in the field, who will discuss important topics related to recognizing biases and promoting inclusive approaches towards artificial intelligence research in cancer molecular imaging. We will also offer virtual and in-person workshops and networking opportunities.

This conference is free of charge and will provide CME credits.

Call for Abstracts: We are soliciting abstracts for 6-8 minute presentations about research and education related to diversity in STEM. Abstracts of all conference presentations and a summary of discussion points and insights provided by all conference participants will be published in WMIS Molecular Imaging & Biology. More info

Call for Research Proposals: We are also excited to announce a seed grant opportunity, made possible through the generous support of our Stanford Sponsors. We plan to support two seed grants of $10,000 each for interdisciplinary research projects on Diversity in Artificial Intelligence Research in Cancer Molecular Imaging. Seed grand awardees will be invited to present our project at the conference. More info

We look forward to seeing you at the conference!

Heike Daldrup-Link, MD, PhD, Lisa Baird, PhD, Johanna Kim, MBA, MPH


Acknowledgement

We are grateful to our 2022 Diversity in Radiology and Molecular Imaging sponsors: