ISMRM & SMRT Virtual Conference & Exhibition 2020

Updated: Apr 13

This year the ISMRM & SMRT Conference has gone virtual due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The silver lining of this new conference format is the ability for researchers to stream content at their convenience. Often researchers do not get the chance to attend meetings like this and integrate with each other. There are over 360 educational courses available and 180 hours of content.


Although the official conference dates are August 8-14 (Live Q&A Sessions), attendees are expected to take time two weeks beforehand to view talks and posters. Talks will not run during the Live Q&A sessions. "The goal is for the session speakers to answer questions and interreact with the attendees, as mediated by the moderators."


Listen to ISMRM and SMRT Program Chairs discuss the virtual conference format below:


Below is a list of FNNDSC researchers presenting their work:

Sunday, August 9th 7:00 - 7:45 AM - SMRT President's Lecture

  • P. Ellen Grant: Fetal and Neonatal Imaging: Importance, Lessons Learned, Needs, Q&A Panel Discussion 1

Sunday, August 9th 7:45 - 8:30 PM - SMRT Plenary, Keynote, and President's Lecture

  • P. Ellen Grant: The Past, Present & Future of MRI in Fetal and Neonatal Imaging, Q&A Panel Discussion 2

Monday, August 10th 9:45 - 10:30 AM - Pediatric Innovations

Tuesday, August 11th 10:30 - 11:15 AM - Women's Imaging

  • Esra Abaci Turk: Placental MRI: Effect of Maternal Position, Breath Hold and Oxygen State on Placental T2* Measurements, Session #: 0581

Tuesday, August 11th 10:30 - 11:15 AM - Women's Imaging

Thursday, August 13th 08:00 AM -10:05 AM - Thursday Plenary Session

  • P. Ellen Grant: Imaging the First 1000 Days of Life: Challenges & Opportunities, Session Sub-Topic: Mansfield Lecture

Digital Poster Sessions (August 08-14th)

  • Jinwoo Hong: Fetal Cortical Plate Segmentation Using 2D Recurrent Residual U-Net with Plane Aggregation, Poster #: 1870

  • Hyukjin Yun: Title 1: Spatiotemporal Patterns of Sulcal Pits in the Fetal Brain, Poster #: 4651 Title 2: Altered Cortical Folding Depth in Fetuses with Down Syndrome, Poster#: 4584

  • View posters here: http://fnndsc.childrens.harvard.edu/conferences/2020/OHBM/HyukJin/

Click here for the ISMRM & SMRT Program-At-A-Glance.

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