Invitational for bioMedical Imaging in Greater Dayton connect: Facebook Twitter YouTube September 26, 2011
The Engineers Club of Dayton

The purpose of IMIGD is to create a forum that fosters new partnerships in the Greater Dayton Area by bringing together the region's leaders in biomedical imaging. This year we will focus on four key areas of development:

  IMIGD news
9/30/11
Our first meeting was a success! Thanks to all of our sponsors, speakers, and attendees! Pictures of the inaugural IMIGD Conference have been posted to the past years page.

9/14/11
Additional parking information has been added to the venue page.

9/14/11
Sandra Brasington, Western Ohio Regional Liaison at the State of Ohio, will be opening our meeting with her comments on the Governor's support for biomedical imaging and current and future opportunities for funding.

9/14/11
We have had a few speaker changes. Fred Manchur will not be able to open the conference due to an unforseen scheduling challenge. Sandra Brasington will open in his absence. Dr. Morley Stone will be attending but will have his assistant, Dr. David Luginbuhl, present his presentation in the breakout session titled Imaging and Human Performance: A New Frontier in Warfighter Enhancement.

8/18/11
Dr. S. Narayanan, Dean of the WSU College of Engineering and Computer Science and Executive Director of WSRI, has agreed to be the plenary speaker with his presentation titled Innovation & Imaging in the Greater Dayton Area. Read more on the speakers page.

8/7/11
Wright State Research Institute is a Platinum sponsor!


8/7/11
Siemens Medical is a Platinum sponsor!
8/7/11
Dr. Jeffrey Duerk, Director of the Case Center for Imaging Research and Chairman of the Biomedical Engineering Department at Case Western Researve, has agreed to be the keynote speaker with his presentation titled Envisioning the future of biomedical imaging. Read more on the speakers page.

7/7/11
Dr. Douglas Einstein, Medical Director of Radiation Oncology at the Kettering Medical Center, has agreed to be the moderator for the breakout session titled What Healthcare Needs from Industry Next: Assessing the Future Market. Read more on the speakers page.

7/7/11
Dr. Rob Williams, Research Director of the Tec^Edge Innovation & Collaboration Center, has agreed to be the moderator for the breakout session titled Virtual Worlds: Biomedical Imaging from an Avatar's Perspective. Read more on the speakers page.

6/7/11
Dr. Morley Stone, Chief Scientist of the 711th Human Performance Wing of the Air Force Research Laboratory, has agreed to be the moderator for the breakout session titled Imaging and Human Performance: A New Frontier in Warfighter Enhancement. Read more on the speakers page.

6/6/11
Dr. Stefan Czerwinski, Associate Director of the Lifespan Health Research Center, has agreed to be the moderator for the breakout session titled Creating Shared Value in Biomedical Imaging: Sector-crossing Partnerships. Read more on the speakers page.

5/13/11
Just created new facebook, twitter, and youtube accounts. Use the links at the top of the page to get up-to-the-minute updates and media about the conference.

5/12/11
The agenda has been updated! See the changes on the overview page or download a pdf here.

5/10/11
Updates to the website made from the ISMRM Annual Meeting in Montreal. Bon Jour!

5/9/11
The website is live! You can use the website to learn more about the conference, our speakers, other attendees, and even register. You can also join our facebook page for real-time updates on the conference planning process.
healthcare

New discoveries in biomedical imaging promise to transform the nature of healthcare as we know it today by delivering an unprecedented ability to "see" health.

industry

Scientific advances in imaging technology have created an expanding market characterized by a demand for accessibility, afford-ability, and innovation.

academia

From bench to bedside, the necessity of streamlining the pipeline requires cutting-edge science to create ever-improving modalities and techniques.

defense

Whether safeguarding against brain injury or maintaining vigilance, warfighters are being enhanced by pioneering imaging research.