Workshop: Computational Optical Imaging
Saturday at 8:30 AM Central Time

Workshop: Deep Image Analysis and Understanding
Saturday at 8:30 AM Central Time

Welcome and Q&A with Organizers
Saturday at 6:00 PM Central Time

Workshop: Interaction of Geometry and Topology in Biomedical Imaging
Sunday at 9:00 AM Central Time

Workshop: Deep Learning for Biomedical Image Reconstruction
Monday at 6:00 AM Central Time

Q&A with NIBIB and NIH
Monday at 11:00 AM Central Time

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Topical Plenary II: Pushing limits in biomedical imaging
Monday at 5:30 PM Central Time

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COVID-19, Deep Learning and Biomedical Imaging: Challenges & Opportunities
Tuesday at 9:00 AM Central Time

Q&A with Keynote Speakers, Topical Plenary Presentations and Closing Session
Tuesday at 12:15 PM Central Time (following the COVID-19 Session)
12:15 - 12:45 PM Central: Keynote Q&A
12:45 - 2:15 PM Central: Topical Plenary Presentations and Q&A (Michael Feldman & Anant Madabhushi)
2:15 - 2:30 PM Central: Closing Session

Computational Imaging for Nuclear Medicine (*participant organized)
Tuesday at 2:30 PM Central Time

     2:30 - 2:50 pm: A list-mode OSEM-based attenuation and scatter compensation method for SPECT (Paper MoAbPo-01.7)
     2:50 - 3:10 pm: Learning Amyloid Pathology Progression from Longitudinal PiB-PET Images in Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease (Paper MoAaO2.3)
     3:10 - 3:20 pm: A Transmission-Less Attenuation Compensation Method for Brain SPECT (Paper TuAbPo-09.6)
     3:20  - 3:30 pm: An Estimation-Based Method for 3D Segmentation of DaT-Scan SPECT (Paper TuAbPo-09.11)