Circle Cardiovascular Imaging SCMR 2017

Oxon Hill MD

Feb 1 - 4, 2017

Circle Cardiovascular Imaging Inc. develops and markets cardiac post-processing software that allows for the evaluation and analysis of MR and CT images. Available for clinical and research use, the stand-alone software provides full DICOM and PACS connectivity. Circle operates worldwide and its products (cvi42, cmr42, ct42, and report42) have been approved for the Canadian, American, Australian, Korean and European markets. Circle's goal is to contribute to quality in cardiovascular imaging and research.

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Susanne Schnell

Assistant Professor (Research), Northwestern University

Bio: As Assistant Professor in Research at the Department of Radiology of Northwestern University I am directing the 4D Lab. The 4D Lab is a new Radiology cardiovascular quantitative image analysis facility working on basic and advanced MRI data analysis to support research projects, multicenter studies or external collaboration partners. My personal research focus lies on the development and improvement of 4D Flow MRI sequences and image analysis methods especially for evaluating intracranial hemodynamics.

Steffen Petersen

QMUL

Bio: Steffen Petersen graduated in 1998 in Mainz in Germany. From 1998 until 2002 he worked as a Cardiology Registrar at the University Hospital Mainz with a major research interest in the field of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance. Supported by grants from the German Academic Exchange Service and the British Heart Foundation he joined the Cardiovascular MR group at the University of Oxford set up by Prof Stefan Neubauer (OCMR) and received his DPhil in 2005 entitled “Insights into cardiac remodelling by multi-modal magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy”. He then finished his Cardiology training and continued his research interests as a clinical lecturer in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Oxford/John Radcliffe Hospital. He leads on the cardiac imaging of 100,000 subjects who participate in the large scale UK Biobank cohort and advises other large scale clinical trials and population based studies using cardiac imaging.

Dr Thomas Treibel

, Barts Health NHS Trust

Kelly Jarvis

Graduate Researcher, Northwestern University

Mark Fogel

Professor of Pediatrics and Radiology, Director of Cardiac MR, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Michael Markl, Ph.D

Professor of Radiology & Biomedical Engineering, Director Cardiovascular Imaging Research, Northwestern University

Stephanie Funk

Cardiology CMR clinical and research, Charite Campus Berlin-Buch | HELIOS Klinikum Berlin-Buch

Giulia Vinco

McGill University Health Centre

Kai Müllerleile PhD

University of Hamburg

Dr Ingo Eitel

Michal Schafer

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