FujiFilm VisualSonics & UCSF Present:
VEVO IMAGING FORUM - WEST
December 5 (Guest User Symposium) & 6 (Live Scanning Sessions)

You are invited to see first-hand what other users are accomplishing with Vevo® Imaging Systems. We are offering a symposium day of guest speaker presentations (see schedule below) followed by a day of live imaging and analysis sessions. A mixture of common and novel applications in cardiovascular, cancer, and other research areas will be covered, with opportunities to learn or improve technique via demonstrations and hands-on scanning. 
No fee to attend. Space is limited. Registration Required.
You are welcome to attend some or all presentations. Information on live scanning times and locations will be emailed to you. 
Please send any questions to Joshua.dufresne@fujifilm.com.
 December 5 - 6, 2018
Bakar Auditorium (Room HD 160)
UCSF Helen Diller Cancer Research Center,
1450 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94158
 Scientific Talks
Wednesday, December 5th
9 AM- Kristiina Aasa, PhD
FujiFilm VisualSonics, Scientific Applications Specialist
Vevo Modes, Assays & Anatomies – A Brief Overview
9:30 AM-Jessica Freeling
University of South Dakota, Physiology Core Director
Assessment of Murine Colorectal Cancer by UHF ultrasound Using 3D Reconstruction and Non-linear Contrast Imaging
Plus: Early data using non-linear contrast to evaluate myocardial infarction
10:15 AM-Katheryne Wilson, PhD
Stanford University, Instructor Radiology / Molecular Imaging Program
Cancer detection with photoacoustic molecular imaging and translatable contrast agents
11 AM-Matthew Lowerison, PhD
Mayo Clinic, Research Fellow, Department of Urology
Ultrasound microvascular imaging of chicken embryo patient avatars
11:45 AM-Jesse Jokerst, PhD
University of California – San Diego, Assistant Professor – NanoEngineering
Photoacoustics beyond the abdomen: Dentistry, Drug Monitoring, and Cell Tracking
1:30 PM-Craig Goergen, PhD
Purdue University, Assistant Professor – Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering
Murine Cardiac and Vascular 4D Ultrasound
2:15 PM-Xuelei Qin, PhD
Stanford University, Instructor – Cardiovascular Institute
Photoacoustic Imaging of Embryonic Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomyocytes in Living Hearts
3 PM-Claudio De Lucia, MD, PhD
Research Fellow, Center for Translational Medicine, Temple University
Echocardiographic Strain Analysis for the Early Detection of Left Ventricular Systolic / Diastolic Dysfunction and Dyssynchrony in a Mouse Model of Aging
3:45 PM-Rashid Al-Mukkadim
University of Wisconsin, Graduate Research Assistant – Medical Physics
Application of Photoacoustic Imaging in the Assessment of Myocardial Ischemia: In-vivo Results in a Murine Model
Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018
Live Scanning Demo/Training Sessions
Please register for a morning or afternoon session based on your research interests. People interested in both cancer and cardiovascular assays are welcome to register for one session of each. If you are interested in other anatomies please note that we can image them during either sessions upon request. Location and entry details will be provided.
Morning Sessions - 9 am - 12 pm
1. Cancer Assays with the Vevo 3100 & Vevo LAZR-X
Or
2. Cardiovascular Assays and Analysis
Afternoon Sessions 1 - 4 pm
3. Cancer Assays with the Vevo 3100 & Vevo LAZR-X
Or
4. Cardiovascular Assays and Analysis 

Parking Information: 
UCSF Mission Bay / 3rd St Garage
Agenda-at-a-glance
December 5, 2018
8:30 am
Breakfast/Registration, Welcome & Introductions
9:00 am
Scientific Talks
12:30 pm
Lunch
1:30 - 5 pm
Scientific Talks

December 6, 2018
9:00 am - 12 pm
Morning Imaging Sessions (1&2)
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Afternoon Imaging Sessions (3&4)
Registration
Please fill out the form below. Space is limited.
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I am interested in:
Dec 5 - Scientific Talks
Dec 6 - Live Scanning Demo/Training Sessions
Attend Both Symposium and Training Sessions


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