Call for Abstracts
The American Society of Neuroimaging (ASN) and NeuroNetPro invite you to submit abstracts on Innovations in Neurologic Imaging, Informatics and Practice for presentation at a joint annual meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona, January 13-16, 2022.
The syllabus integrates lectures on Neuroimaging, precision diagnostics and image guided intervention with topics such as neuroinformatics, artificial intelligence, remote patient monitoring, workflow automation, eConsults and other advances in technologies that support more efficient practices, earlier diagnoses, and decision support. The venue will also feature a unique Innovations Hall where topics are presented in a forum that enables attendees to see, touch and discuss technology and operational advances. On-demand lectures and posters will supplement the on-site program to extend content and access, while leveraging the in-person venue to build collegial relationships and facilitate deeper discussions.
We welcome those with:
- All levels of neuroimaging and advanced diagnostics experience
- Technical and Operations expertise in informatics, automation, and practice management
- RESIDENTS, FELLOWS and APPs are especially encouraged to take advantage of this professional development opportunity.
Topic Areas Include:
- Neuroimaging Technology (Tomography, Ultrasound, Interventional, Nuclear Medicine, other)
- Clinical Neuroimaging (specify anatomy or pathophysiology focus)
- Precision Diagnostics and Biomarkers (quantitative imaging, new serum tests, genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, microbiomics)
- Neuroinformatics(clinical decision support, clinical trial support, natural language processing, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning)
- Virtual Practice and Digital Medicine (Remote patient monitoring, telemedicine)
- Other practice automation and business concepts (Workflow efficiency such as scribes and related technology, Ancillary service business models and tools)
If accepted, abstracts may be presented in one of the following formats*:
- Full oral presentation (30-60 min)
- Short oral update (15-30 min)
- Online presentation
*Notes: posters will be viewable online during the conference at attended and unattended kiosks in the Innovations Hall, as well as online.
The best abstracts will be recognized through a variety of prestigious awards. Accepted imaging lectures will be eligible for publication in the Journal of Neuroimaging.
Review the instructions for abstract submission, or frequently asked questions by clicking the buttons below. If after reviewing both documents you have additional questions please contact Harrison Redepenning at firstname.lastname@example.org (952) 545-6291 or Maria Caserta at email@example.com or (716) 310-1684