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1.Training — Ultrasound Physics Mastery Workshop 2014
 Dates 19 Avr 2014 → 20 Avr 2014
[ID=620152] Haut de la page
 LieuDallas, Texas, États-Unis
 Organisateur Keith Mauney Ultrasound, LLC
 Résumé We'll make it simple. We'll make it memorable. We'll help you build a new way to think about physics-- the way you'll be able to use to answer any question they'll ask you on the Registry Exam... the way you'll think through every patient exam for the rest of your life.
 Sujets Physics registry review course, ultrasound physics refresher, ARDMS exam, SPI exam, CCI exam, ARRT ultrasound exam, KMA ultrasound, KMA, ultrasound courses Dallas, Organize your thinking: the overarching themes of ultrasound physics, Basic mathematics for non-mathematicians, The nature of sound: genesis and transmission properties, Sound entering the body: beam behavior and how it affects what we see, How engineers think: ways to build the transducer assembly to get the results the clinician needs, The interaction of sound with tissue: what makes a reflection what it is?, Issues of acoustic power and intensity, Detecting and packaging the reflected signal for display, How the human operator influences the process, Dynamic range- display schema- artifacts- and conspicuity-- How to use secret techniques to validate your findings, Fluid in motion: Doppler physics applied to blood and tissue, The many secret differences between continuous and pulsed wave Doppler probes, S/N detection-- Four different thresholds of detection sensitivity and their significance in cardiovascular disease, The reality of Doppler's angle of incidence issues, Turbulence- sample gate size- and why or why not to be concerned with either, The most memorable explanation for aliasing and why not to worry about it, Range ambiguity and how dangerously close it took us to World War III, Basis of color Doppler its principal limitations in clinical use- comparison to FFT analysis & display, Chi square statistical analysis for non-statisticians: how to do it without worry, The simplest way to succeed in a lifelong study of science
 Page web http://kmaultrasound.com/course-details/new-advanced-workshops/ultrasound-physics.html
 Contact Amy Donaldson; Tél.: [972-353-3200 800-845-3484 (CST, UTC -06:00)]; Email.: info@kmaultrasound.com
 Sujets apparentés Radiologie: Échographie
2.BIOMED — Biomedical Optics
 Dates 26 Avr 2014 → 30 Avr 2014
[ID=597044] Haut de la page
 LieuMiami, Florida, États-Unis
 Résumé There are few biological science studies that are not touched by biomedical optics and the number of medical applications of biomedical optics continues to grow at a rampant pace. Optical methods play a critical role in biotechnologies ranging from genomics to cytomics to in vitro and in vivo diagnostics and to in vivo imaging and therapies. Biophotonics technologies are being translated into medical diagnostics and open up new frontiers of fundamental biology. The upcoming Biomedical Optics meeting covers the diversity of cutting edge research and brings together leading scientists, engineers, biologists, and physicians engaged in biological and medical research using optical methods. With over 400 attendees, this must-attend meeting affords the exceptional opportunity for one-on-one interactions with leaders in the field allowing for lively discussions of the latest research.
 Page web http://www.osa.org/en-us/meetings/topical_meetings/biomedical_optics_%28biomed%29/
 Sujets apparentés Opto-électronique et technique d'affichage
3.SIM 2014 Annual Meeting
 Dates 15 Mai 2014 → 17 Mai 2014
[ID=595123] Haut de la page
 LieuLong Beach, California, États-Unis
 Organisateur Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM)
 Page web http://www.siim.org/
 Sujets apparentés Radiologie (en général); Mathématiques appliquées: Reconnaissance de formes et traitement d'image
  
4.CBMS — 2014 IEEE 27th International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems
 Dates 27 Mai 2014 → 29 Mai 2014
[ID=580144] Haut de la page
 LieuNew York, NY, États-Unis
 Résumé The symposium is the premier conference for computational medicine, providing a mechanism for the exchange of ideas and technologies between academics and industrial scientists, covering a broad range of issues in (but not limited to) the following areas: Software Systems in Medicine Computer-Aided Diagnosis Knowledge Discovery Data Mining Knowledge-Based Systems and Techniques Decision Support Systems Medical Devices with Embedded Computers Signal and Image Processing in Medicine Medical Robotics Network and Telemedicine Systems Web-Based Delivery of Medical Information Handheld Computing Applications in Medicine
 Page web http://sites.ieee.org/cbms/
  
5.Fifth Workshop on Neutron Scattering Applications in Structural Biology
 Dates 16 Jui 2014 → 20 Jui 2014
[ID=615682] Haut de la page
 LieuOak Ridge, TN, États-Unis
 Page web http://neutrons.ornl.gov/conf/gcnb2014/
 Sujets apparentés Physique appliquée: Diffraction de neutrons
  
6.Training — Ultrasound Physics Mastery Workshop 2014
 Dates 27 Jui 2014 → 28 Jui 2014
[ID=620239] Haut de la page
 LieuDallas, Texas, États-Unis
 Organisateur Keith Mauney Ultrasound, LLC
 Résumé We'll make it simple. We'll make it memorable. We'll help you build a new way to think about physics-- the way you'll be able to use to answer any question they'll ask you on the Registry Exam... the way you'll think through every patient exam for the rest of your life.
 Sujets Physics registry review course, ultrasound physics refresher, ARDMS exam, SPI exam, CCI exam, ARRT ultrasound exam, KMA ultrasound, KMA, ultrasound courses Dallas, Organize your thinking: the overarching themes of ultrasound physics, Basic mathematics for non-mathematicians, The nature of sound: genesis and transmission properties, Sound entering the body: beam behavior and how it affects what we see, How engineers think: ways to build the transducer assembly to get the results the clinician needs, The interaction of sound with tissue: what makes a reflection what it is?, Issues of acoustic power and intensity, Detecting and packaging the reflected signal for display, How the human operator influences the process, Dynamic range- display schema- artifacts- and conspicuity-- How to use secret techniques to validate your findings, Fluid in motion: Doppler physics applied to blood and tissue, The many secret differences between continuous and pulsed wave Doppler probes, S/N detection-- Four different thresholds of detection sensitivity and their significance in cardiovascular disease, The reality of Doppler's angle of incidence issues, Turbulence- sample gate size- and why or why not to be concerned with either, The most memorable explanation for aliasing and why not to worry about it, Range ambiguity and how dangerously close it took us to World War III, Basis of color Doppler its principal limitations in clinical use- comparison to FFT analysis & display, Chi square statistical analysis for non-statisticians: how to do it without worry, The simplest way to succeed in a lifelong study of science
 Page web http://kmaultrasound.com/course-details/new-advanced-workshops/ultrasound-physics.html
 Contact Amy Donaldson; Tél.: [972-353-3200 800-845-3484 (CST, UTC -06:00)]; Email.: info@kmaultrasound.com
 Sujets apparentés Radiologie: Échographie
  
7.Lasers in Medicine & Biology — From Basic Science Discovery to Translational Applications
 Dates 13 Jul 2014 → 18 Jul 2014
[ID=587303] Haut de la page
 LieuHolderness School, Holderness, NH, États-Unis
 Organisateur Gordon Research Conferences
 Page web http://www.grc.org/meetings.aspx?year=2014
 Sujets apparentés Optique et lasers
  
8.QBIO14 — Santa Barbara Advanced School of Quantitative Biology: 2014 Summer Research Course, Microbial Strategies for Survival and Evolution
 Dates 21 Jul 2014 → 22 Aou 2014
[ID=604171] Haut de la page
 LieuSanta Barbara, États-Unis
 Résumé Microbial life is considerably more complex than is commonly appreciated. Far from merely proliferating exponentially until nutrients are exhausted, microbes engage in a wide range of adaptive behaviors. For example, the diauxie phenomenon associated with the nutrient induced shift of bacterial metabolism was at the heart of Monod and Jacob’s discovery of regulated gene expression. Much like cells in the multicellular organisms, microbes – bacteria and yeast for the purposes of this course – can exist in different phenotypic states. Microbes can switch between different phenotypes and the phenotypic states can persist through cell division thanks to the existence of epigenetic memory. The mechanisms of the epigenetic memory are remarkably diverse, from hysteretic transcriptional regulation circuits to metabolic circuits to DNA methylation and are a subject of much current research, focusing in particular on the role of inductive signals and stochastic fluctuations in switching between states. Interestingly, epigenetic switching coexists with mechanisms of genetic switching via genomic rearrangement (phase variation) or recurrent mutations bridging in a very interesting way the phenotypic dynamics of microbial cells and evolutionary dynamics of microbial colonies. Quantitative exploration of these phenomena will be the central themes of the course.
 Sujets biophysics, evolution, quantitative biology, antibiotic resistance, cancer
 Page web http://www.kitp.ucsb.edu/qbio
 Sujets apparentés Génomique et bio-informatique; Biologie moléculaire
  
9.Applied Health Physics
 Dates 08 Sep 2014 → 10 Oct 2014
[ID=601217] Haut de la page
 LieuOak Ridge, TN, États-Unis
 Organisateur ORAU - Oak Ridge Associated Universities
 Page web http://www.orau.org/environmental-assessments-health-physics/capabilities/health-physics-training/course-descriptions-and-schedules.aspx
 Sujets apparentés Cours de radioprotection
  
10.NSSMICRTSDIEEE — 2014 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference
 Dates 08 Nov 2014 → 15 Nov 2014
[ID=537455] Haut de la page
 LieuWashington State Convention Center, Seattle, WA, États-Unis
 Résumé The Nuclear Science Symposium (NSS) offers an outstanding opportunity for scientists and engineers interested or actively working in the fields of nuclear science, radiation instrumentation, software and their applications, to meet and discuss with colleagues from around the world. The program emphasizes the latest developments in technology and instrumentation and their implementation in experiments for space sciences, accelerators, other radiation environments, and homeland security. The Medical Imaging Conference (MIC) is the foremost international scientific meeting on the physics, engineering and mathematical aspects of nuclear medicine based imaging. As the field develops, multi-modality approaches are becoming more and more important. The content of the MIC reflects this, with a growing emphasis on the methodologies of X-ray, optical and MR imaging as they relate to nuclear imaging techniques. In addition, specialized topics will be addressed in the Short Courses and Workshops programs. The Workshop on Room-Temperature Semiconductor Detectors (RTSD) represents the largest forum of scientists and engineers developing new semiconductor radiation detectors and imaging arrays. Room-temperature solid-state radiation detectors for X-ray, gamma-ray, and neutron radiation are finding increasing applications in such diverse fields as medicine, homeland security, astrophysics and environmental remediation. The objective of this workshop is to provide a forum for discussion of the state of the art of material development for semiconductor, scintillator, and organic materials for detection, materials characterization, device fabrication and technology, electronics and applications. Devoted topical short courses are also provided suitable for students and junior scientists.
 Sujets Radiation imaging, Biomedical imaging Radiation detectors and instrumentation, Radiation detection techniques, Nuclear and High Energy Physics , Space, Solid State. Bio-Physics, Homeland Security, Medical Imaging Systems, Medical Imaging Technologies, Data acquisition, Signal processing, Accelerator technologies, Beam instrumentation, Image reconstruction methods, Emission Tomography Instrumentation, Imaging in Radiotherapy, PET, SPECT, CT, MR, Optical, Multi-modality, New detector materials/technologies, Semiconductor materials for radiation detection, Radiation damage
 Page web http://www.nss-mic.org/2014
 Contact Tony Lavietes, IAEA, Austria; Email.: nssmic2014@ieee.org
 Sujets apparentés Radiologie (en général); Médecine nucléaire et radiothérapie
  
11.59th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society
 Dates 07 Fév 2015 → 11 Fév 2015
[ID=83049] Haut de la page
 LieuBaltimore, MD, États-Unis
 Page web http://www.biophysics.org
 Contact Biophysical Society, 9650 Rockville Pike - Bethesda, Maryland 20814, USA; Tél.: (+1 301.634.7114)
  

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