Join us for AuntMinnie's 2020 Virtual Conference

April 30, 2020 --'s 2020 Virtual Conference offers two days of radiology education and professional interaction, April 30 to May 1, 2020. We've assembled a program of key opinion leaders in radiology to speak on a variety of topics, from artificial intelligence (AI) to breast imaging.

Keynote talks at the 2020 Virtual Conference include:

  • Artificial Intelligence for COVID-19 Detection
  • What Now for Artificial Intelligence?
  • Lung Ultrasound for COVID-19
  • Leading Radiology's Fight Against COVID-19
  • Radiology Preparedness in the Age of COVID-19
  • A Look at Breast Imaging in 2020

In addition to viewing keynote talks and webinars, you'll also be able to interact with speakers, our sponsors, and other conference attendees in our virtual environment. Over 5,200 of your radiology colleagues have already registered!

Register here

Day 1 -- Thursday, April 30, 2020

11 a.m. EDT

Dr. Paul Chang
Dr. Paul Chang

What Now for Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial intelligence (AI) now stands at the cusp of widespread adoption in medical imaging. But is AI really ready for radiology -- and is radiology ready for AI? AI expert Dr. Paul Chang of the University of Chicago will discuss the forces at work in this discussion.

12 p.m. EDT

Dr. David Gruen
Dr. David Gruen

From Burned-Out to Benched

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world upside down, and the field of radiology is not immune. How has radiology changed? Are you prepared for what the future might hold? Learn from Dr. David Gruen of IBM Watson Health how radiologists as individuals, radiology as a field, and emerging technologies will all need to adapt to a changing healthcare environment. (Sponsored Content)

1 p.m. EDT

Dr. Erik Ranschaert, PhD

Artificial Intelligence for COVID-19 Detection

The outbreak of COVID-19 has created the need for new diagnostic tools to help in identifying the early signs of infection. In this talk, Dr. Erik Ranschaert of ETZ Hospital discusses how artificial intelligence (AI) could be employed in the fight.

2 p.m. EDT

Dr. Alyssa Watanabe and Kevin Harris
Dr. Alyssa Watanabe and Kevin Harris

The Clinical Impact of AI in Practice

This presentation offers a look at a month in the life of artificial intelligence for radiology practices, COVID-19, and beyond. Featuring Dr. Alyssa Watanabe of the University of Southern California and CureMetrix and Kevin Harris of CureMetrix. (Sponsored Content)

3 p.m. EDT

Dr. Yale Tung Chen
Dr. Yale Tung Chen

Lung Ultrasound for COVID-19

As the novel coronavirus swept across Europe in mid-March, the world became captivated by the story of an emergency medicine physician in Spain who contracted COVID-19 while caring for patients. Dr. Yale Tung Chen of Hospital Universitario La Paz in Madrid tells his story -- and how point-of-care ultrasound helped him track his condition -- in this talk.

Day 2 -- Friday, May 1, 2020

Dr. Michael Kuo
Dr. Michael Kuo

11 a.m. EDT

Leading Radiology's Fight Against COVID-19

The appearance of a new coronavirus in Wuhan, China, in late 2019 raised alarm bells in Hong Kong, and radiologists in the city quickly mobilized to prepare for the pandemic. Dr. Michael Kuo of the University of Hong Kong shares their experiences and what they learned in this presentation.

1 p.m. EDT

Dr. Mahmud Mossa-Basha
Dr. Mahmud Mossa-Basha

Radiology Preparedness in the Age of COVID-19

Radiology's prominent role in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic raises a number of vexing questions. What's the most appropriate role for radiology in COVID-19 diagnosis and management? How can radiology staff be protected from infection? And what measures should be put in place for future outbreaks? Dr. Mahmud Mossa-Basha of the University of Washington discusses these questions and more.

2 p.m. EDT

Dr. Alyssa Watanabe and Dr. Cody R. Mayo
Dr. Alyssa Watanabe and Dr. R. Cody Mayo

The Economic Impact of AI on Mammography

The impact of artificial intelligence on the clinical practice of mammography will be the subject of this talk, led by Dr. Alyssa Watanabe of CureMetrix and Dr. R. Cody Mayo of MD Anderson Cancer Center. (Sponsored Content).

3 p.m. EDT

Dr. Emily Conant
Dr. Emily Conant

A Look at Breast Imaging in 2020

New technologies are dramatically changing how breast imaging services are delivered in 2020. Digital breast tomosynthesis, artificial intelligence, abbreviated MRI, and other technologies are giving breast imaging specialists new tools in their fight against breast cancer -- and the latest research indicates they may be winning. Dr. Emily Conant of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania offers a perspective.

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