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by Sean Ruck , Contributing Editor
From the November 2018 issue of DOTmed HealthCare Business News magazine


HCB News: Have there been any recent research studies or technological advances in radiology that you’re excited about?
VR: We have an outstanding program planned for RSNA 2018, with exciting new research in numerous subspecialties. The amount of high-quality research being conducted and presented is a reminder that radiology leads the way in healthcare innovation. There are new discoveries in AI and ML research every day. This field excites me because these technologies have the potential to expand our diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities in ways that were not possible a decade ago.

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HCB News: Are there any presentations or events you’re particularly excited about at this year’s show and conference?
VR: The High-Impact Clinical Trials session provides a forum for practice-changing clinical research across radiology, presenting some of the most significant work in the field.

AI and ML will be omnipresent at RSNA 2018. We have a wide variety of presentations, courses and exhibits for attendees. I’m looking forward to the return of the National Cancer Institute’s Crowds Cure Cancer exhibit, which was very popular last year. The project invites radiologists to annotate images for ML research. The Machine Learning Showcase on the exhibit floor will be doubled in size for 2018.

Also, we have the RSNA Deep Learning Classroom, presented by NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (DLI). Certified instructors will be on hand to help attendees improve their understanding of AI technology.
Our “Country Presents” sessions this year feature presentations from the Nordic countries and Australia and New Zealand.

The Virtual Meeting has expanded, allowing attendees and virtual attendees to experience even more RSNA 2018 content, including more than 200 learning opportunities, both live-streamed and on-demand.
The Discovery Theater will be back, offering informative presentations and entertainment. The Discovery Theater will also host the Diagnosis Live Resident Competition, where residency programs compete for ultimate bragging rights. The resident competition last year was very popular and a lot of fun. I’m looking forward to it.

HCB News: Are there any new events or updates to the conference that people should be aware of?
VR: On the exhibit floor, we’re introducing the 3D Printing & Advanced Visualization Showcase, featuring the latest research and innovations in 3D printing for medical applications. Also, we’ll have a special area for product advancements in image-guided interventional radiology, called the IR Zone.
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