Harvey Cushing Symposium Français
 
EDITO COMMITTEES PROGRAM USEFUL INFORMATION REGISTRATION
 
Morning      
8:30am   Introduction
Pr Robert Sigal, Chief Executive Officer, American Hospital of Paris
Pr Lawrence H. Schwartz, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Radiology at Columbia University Medical Center, Radiologist-in-Chief at NewYork Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center
Pr Gérard Friedlander, Dean of René Descartes Medical School, Paris V University
 
9am - 10:45am   30 min. lectures (including questions)  
    • Who is responsible for the diagnosis, the radiologist or the machine?
  Dr Marc Zins, Radiologist, Hôpital Saint-Joseph, Paris
 
    • Artificial Intelligence in Cancer Imaging: Screening, Staging and Assessing Response to Therapy
  Pr Lawrence H. Schwartz, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Radiology at Columbia University
  Medical center, Radiologist-in-Chief at NewYork Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center
 
    • Impact of artificial intelligence on breast cancer screening, diagnosis, staging and assessing treatment
  response

  Dr Richard S. Ha, Associate Professor of Radiology, Director of Research and Education,
  Breast Imaging Division Columbia University Irving Medical Center, NewYork Presbyterian Hospital
 
    • Round table (15 mn)  
10:45am   Coffee break  
11:15am - 1pm   30 min lectures (including questions)  
    • How will AI change patient management in imaging departments?
  Pr Laure Fournier, Radiologist, Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou, AP-HP, Faculté René Descartes,
  Paris V
 
    • Cardiac MRI for Integrated Functional /Tissue Characterization - Novel Data Insights made possible by
  Artificial Intelligence

  Dr Jonathan Weinsaft, Professor of Medicine, Medicine in Radiology Director, Cardiac MRI Program,
  Weill Cornell Medicine - NewYork Presbyterian Hospital
 
    • Applications for AI in Neuroradiology
  Pr Jean-Luc Sarrazin, Radiologist, Head of Medical Imaging, American Hospital of Paris
 
    • Round table (15 mn)  
1pm   Lunch break  
       
Afternoon      
2pm - 3:30pm   30 min lectures (including questions)  
    • Deep convolutional networks: what the radiologist should know and implications in clinical practice
  Jean Feydy, Mathematician, Teaching Fellow and Supervisor for students preparing for the Agrégation at
  the ENS in Paris and Paris-Saclay
 
    • Accelerate the usage of Ai in medical Imaging
  Antoine Jomier, Incepto Medical, Co-Founder & CEO
 
    • What strategy for extending the AI revolution in medical imaging?
  Fabien Beckers or Stéphane Boyer, Arterys
 
3:30pm - 4pm   Interventions of Public Authorities and State Representatives  
4pm - 4:30pm   • Keynote Dean’s Lecture: Why U.S. life expectancy is declining – and what we should do about it
  Pr Lee Goldman, Dean of the Faculties of Health Sciences and Medicine at Columbia University
 
4:30pm   Coffee break  
5:00pm - 7:15pm   30 min lectures (including questions)  
    • Cedric Villani, Member of the French Congress, Mathematician (Fields medalist) (to be confirmed)  
    • Transforming the Healthcare Enterprise through Artificial Intelligence and Automation
  Pr Laureen Hill, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, NewYork Presbyterian Hospital
 
    • Artificial Intelligence in breast cancer screening
  Dr Mahasti Saghatchian, Oncologist, Head of Breast Unit, American Hospital of Paris
  and Dr Marc Abehsera, Radiologist, Head of Breast Imaging Center, American Hospital of Paris
 
    • Artificial Intelligence in cardio-thoracic screening
  Pr Olivier Vignaux, Radiologist, American Hospital of Paris
 
    • Round table (15 mn)  
7:30pm   End of the meeting  



 


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