Presentations - Issam El Naqa


November 17, 2021

DAISY 2021 Workshop at the University of Florida
Topic: Towards Trustworthy AI in Oncology

February 4, 2022

RADAR Think Tank
Topic: Artificial Intelligence for Multi-omics Guided Radio-immunotherapy

 

February 8, 2022

TROD
Topic: Basic principles and the future of mathematical modeling clinical radiobiology

 

February 11, 2022

UCSF Visiting Professor

No further information available.


 

February 11, 2022

AI in HealthCare

No further information available.


 

February 13 - February 17, 2022

ICRM 2022 Conference
Abstract:

1. Artificial Intelligence in Radiotherapy (25 minutes + 5 minutes Q&A)
2. Automation in Radiotherapy (25 minutes + 5 minutes Q&A)

Link to Conference: http://www.radmed.org/icrm2022.html


 

March 7, 2022 

NCI Imaging and Informatics Webinar

Topic: AI/ML Trends in Oncology and the Rugged Path Towards the Clinic

Abstract: Artificial intelligence (AI) and Machine learning (ML) algorithms are currently transforming biomedical research, especially in the context of cancer research and clinical care. Despite the tremendous potentials in automating workflow, personalizing care, and reducing health disparity, to name a few prospects, their application in oncology and healthcare has been limited in scope with less than 5% of major healthcare providers implementing any form of AI/ML solutions. This can be attributed to multitude of concerning issues regarding the deployment of AI/ML driven technologies into the clinic. These concerns include but not limited to skepticism related to commercialization hype, under representative training data, inherent implementation bias, lack of robustness and absence of prediction transparency. In this work, we will discuss some of these impending challenges and highlight different approaches for detecting and mitigating such bias in implementing clinical AI/ML algorithms. We further show examples of applying these approaches in oncology applications from our work and others and discuss their implications to pave the way for AI/ML in clinical practice. 

Link to Conference: https://wiki.nci.nih.gov/display/NICC; https://datascience.cancer.gov/news-events/events/aiml-trends-oncology-and-rugged-path-towards-clinic

Presentation Link: https://wiki.nci.nih.gov/display/NICC


 

April 8 - April 9, 2022

Sun Nuclear Corp. - 2022 QA & Dosimetry Symposium #QADS13

Topic: An Overview of Hypofractionated Treatment Effects in the Clinic (HyTEC) 

Link to Conference: https://www.qasymposium.com/; https://www.qasymposium.com/agenda/qads13; https://form.jotform.com/212106172038949


 

April 28 - April 29, 2022

Frontiers of AI in Radiation Oncology and Medical Imaging - Stanford University
Topic: Outcome and AI Modeling

Link to Conference: https://w4.aapm.org/meetings/2022FAI/

Link to the meeting program: https://w4.aapm.org/meetings/2022FAI/programInfo/index.php

Link to the registration: https://w4.aapm.org/meetings/2022FAI/registrationInfo/meetingRegistration.php

Meeting Purpose: This meeting brings together thought leaders in the fields of radiation therapy and medical imaging to discuss the frontiers of AI in industry, academia, and clinic. Utilizing lectures, poster presentations, and panel discussions, the meeting will provide a unique opportunity for trainees, physicists, physicians, and more to thoroughly explore the present and future of AI and its impact on research, clinical practice, and broader healthcare.


 

May 4, 2022

Oncology Care and AI summit

No further information available.


 

May 4, 2022

May 19 - May 21, 2022

AMPICON2021
Topic: Artificial Intelligence - An Emerging Trend in Medical Physics
Link to Conference: https://ampicon2021.com/
Abstract: The 42nd Annual Conference of Association of Medical Physicists of India (AMPICON2021) will take place in Bangalore, Karnataka hosted by Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd., in association with AMPI-Karnataka Chapter during 19th -21st May 2022. The theme of the conference is “Artificial Intelligence -An Emerging Trend in Medical Physics”. The conference deliberations will cover each and every aspect of applications of physics in medicine including current and future technologies in imaging science and Radiotherapy. About 700+ delegates including researchers, academicians, scholars, and students are expected to participate in person at the conference. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the event was postponed twice, and now as all restrictions are relaxed, including international travel, more participants are expected to attend the event, including delegates from neighboring countries. We are requesting Dr. Issam El Naqa as our invited faculty to speak on the theme topic of the conference in-person (he has consented earlier for a video presentation due to travel restrictions). 

 

June 9, 2022

AAPM Summer School

June 16, 2022

"New Developments in Precision Radiation Oncology & Radiogenomics” 1st Inaugural Symposium - UCSD - San Diego

June 23, 2022 - June 25, 2022 

Big Data Wokshop

July 10, 2022 - July 14, 2022

AAPM 2022 64th Annual Meeting

Topic: Integrating Omics in the Era of AI for Better Patient Specific Outcomes

Link to Conference: https://protect-us.mimecast.com/s/naWSCKrAKquEGYYGFvQOyy?domain=w4.aapm.org


 

August 9, 2022 at noon EST

NTRO Lecture Series Invite

Topic: Why Machine Learning in Oncology?

Presentation Link: https://moffitt.zoom.us/j/97521053389


 

August 11, 2022

FLASH at Moffitt Cancer Center - Dartmouth

August 19, 2022

ECMP 2022

Topic: Benefits and Perils of AI in Medical Physics

Link to Conference: https://maastro.nl/; https://www.ecmp2022.org/


 

August 19, 2022

ECMP 2022

Topic:  AI across Medical Physics

Link to Conference:https://maastro.nl/; https://www.ecmp2022.org/


 

September 1 and September 2, 2022

Individual Response to Ionizing Radiation - Stockholm University and Karolinska Institute 

Topic: Role of radiogenomics in the individualisation of tumour response


 

October 7 and October 8, 2022

Joint DREAM (Dose Response, Experiment, Analysis, Modelling): 2022 Physics Workshop

Link to Conference: https://www.estro.org/Workshops/2022-Physics-Workshop 


 

March 27 and March 28, 2023

2023 Annual Meeting of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP)

Theme: Theme: Integrating Physics, Biology and Epidemiology in Radiation Risk Assessment Session Entitled: Research Needs for Filling the Gaps

Abstract: Where are we going in the areas of epidemiology, biology (cancer and noncancer) and modeling needs for radiation risk assessment? Dr. El Naqa will be speaking on machine learning, artificial intelligence, etc. uses and future uses in radiation biology/oncology  and, particularly, if you feel comfortable doing so, related to risk assessment for radiation-induced adverse health outcomes relevant to radiation protection.