Trends in Interventional X-ray Imaging
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Title: Trends in Interventional X-ray Imaging
Time: 11:00 –12:00, July 11th, Fridy
Venue: 104#, Center for Biomedical Imaging, Tsinghua University
Presenter: Janina Beilner
This seminar/lecture focuses on the latest developments of angiographic imaging driven by various clinic applications in the field of interventional radiology, cardiology, neurology, oncology and surgery. In this inter-disciplinary course, we discuss not only edge-cutting innovative technology innovation, but also the underlying pathology and minimally invasive procedure.
- Basic of angiography and minimally invasive therapy
- Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation guided by Intra-procedural Cone-beam CT (cardiac)
- In-room Perfusion Imaging for Management of Patient with Acute Cerebral Ischemia (neuro)
- Hemodynamic Analysis of Intracranial Aneurysms by Computer Flow Dynamic Simulation (neuro)
- Objective Assessment of Chemoembolization Endpoints, supported by Quantitative Digital Subtraction Angiography (onco)
- Motion-compensated Cone-beam Reconstruction for Coronary Artery. (cardiac)
- Registration between Pre-operative 3D Imaging and Real-time 2D Angiography: from Algorithm to Practice (surgery)
- Four-Dimensional Digital Subtract Angiography (neuro)
- Path planning of Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt Puncture based on Portographs (onco)
- Co-registration of OCT/IVUS and Angiography (cardiac)
- Detecting Hepatocellular Carcinoma by C-Arm Dual Phase Cone-Beam Computed Tomography
Dr. Janina Beilner, Head, clinical research collaborations in North East Asia for the angio x-ray business unit of Siemens Healthcare
Dr. Beilner studied medicine at Harvard aff. Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Stanford Hospital and Clinics, National University Hospital Singapore (NUH) and graduated from Hannover Medical School.
For two years Dr. Beilner was working at Leibniz Research Laboratories (Hannover,Germany) as postgraduate research fellow. She was working on stem cell differentiation in the laboratory for biotechnology and tissue engineering in the department of stem cell investigation.
Her Doctoral Thesis on “Evidence of safety during magnetic resonance imaging after distal coronary artery anastomosis using the Ventrica MVP System” she received with Magna Cum Laude.
After having worked for two years in the pharmaceutical industry Dr. Beilner joined Siemens Healthcare. She has been responsible for the clinical marketing for four years before she took over responsibility to set up clinical research collaborations in North East Asia for the angio x-ray business unit of Siemens Healthcare. Now she is leading an international team of researchers to conduct cutting edge research at renowned hospitals in Asia.