InfoSNM highlights advances in computer, information sciences for molecular imaging

and scanning parameters;
  • clinical trial data collection and image analysis using hand-held technology;
  • a tumor metrics measurement and tracking system;
  • using simulation to research ideas in emission tomography;
  • dementia evaluation using automated software-based age/sex-matched normal database comparison;
  • 4-D phantoms for medical imaging simulation of mice and men;
  • coregistration and visualization of cardiac CT studies and dynamic PET studies using scene-graphs, direct volume rendering and 2-D transfer functions; and
  • comparative evaluation of serial hybrid imaging studies for quantitative assessment of therapeutic response.

    For the same three daysand in adjoining roomsdemonstration programs will be presented, providing information on searching PubMed, the U.S. National Library of Medicine service that offers more than 16 million citations from Medline and other life science journals; freeware imaging display programs; open-source tools for imaging research; and designing an ergonomic reading room.

    Members of SNMs Scientific Program Committee, its Computer and Instrumentation Council and IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise), an initiative to improve the way computer systems in health care share information, organized the InfoSNM program.


  • Contact: Maryann Verrillo
    Society of Nuclear Medicine

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