Quantitative Imaging Workshop XVII is a high-impact multi-disciplinary forum for the advancement of quantitative low-dose computerized tomography (LDCT) imaging biomarkers for detection and management of early thoracic disease—lung cancer, COPD and cardiovascular disease—three of the top four leading causes of death in the U.S. Now, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, we approach this year’s Workshop with a sense of urgency.
Since 2004, the Prevent Cancer Foundation® has convened a series of annual Workshops to exchange ideas on exciting new biomedical opportunities that this transformational technology enables as well as information on the quality and consistency of policy and advocacy for responsible lung cancer, COPD and cardiovascular screening.
For the first time in 17 years, the Workshop will be held virtually, allowing for even greater global participation from oncologists, pulmonologists, surgeons, radiologists, cardiologists and imaging scientists, along with representatives of federal agencies, the pharmaceutical and imaging industries and patient advocates.
Rapid advances in medical imaging allow us to explore more accurate characterization of the clinical aggressiveness of early thoracic disease using computational analysis of high-quality thoracic CT images. This year’s Workshop will include:
Since 2004, the Quantitative Imaging Workshop focuses on the advancement of quantitative low-dose computerized tomography (LDCT) imaging biomarkers for detection and management of early thoracic disease—lung cancer, COPD and cardiovascular disease—three of the top four leading causes of death in the U.S.
Beginning in 2013, each year at the Workshop the Prevent Cancer Foundation® presents the James L. Mulshine, M.D., National Leadership Award to an individual who has had a profound impact on reducing the toll these diseases take on the health of Americans and individuals around the world.
Past recipients of this award include:
2019 Meeting Report published in Translational Medicine Communications: Prevent Cancer Foundation quantitative CT imaging workshop XVI: lung cancer, COPD and cardiovascular disease – on the cusp of transformation, Arlington, VA
The Prevent Cancer Foundation® values its partnerships with its supporters–and appreciates the impact we make together on increasing cancer screening. As a supporter of the 2020 Quantitative Imaging Workshop, you have a terrific opportunity to help advance work in cancer screening.
If your organization would like to support the Quantitative Imaging Workshop, or for more information on how you can become a corporate partner of the Prevent Cancer Foundation®, please contact Jennifer Niyangoda at 703-837-3684 or email@example.com.
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