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Point-of-Care MR Imaging™ for the Neurocritical Patient: A Case-Based Review
Join Dr. Khan Siddiqui, Dr. Eddie Knopp, and Rafael O’Halloran, Ph.D., for a fascinating overview of ultra-low-field Portable MRI™ technology and an instructive case-based review demonstrating the applicability and inherent advantages of Point-of-Care MR Imaging in the neurocritical care setting.

Dec 13, 2022 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Khan Siddiqui, MD
Chief Medical Officer and Chief Strategy Officer, Hyperfine
Serial entrepreneur; board-certified radiologist with leadership experience at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland; American College of Radiology Informatics Commission; Microsoft R&D leader; Founder, CTO, and Chief Medical Officer of higi.
Edmond Knopp, MD
Senior Medical Director, Hyperfine
Over thirty years of experience in clinical care and research in radiology, neuroradiology, and MR imaging. Faculty at the New York University School of Medicine for over twenty years, including director of neuroradiology and associate chairman for quality, technology, and safety. Senior member of the American Society of Neuroradiology. American Board of Radiology examiner. Editorial board member for many leading peer-reviewed publications. Awarded the American Board of Radiology Lifetime Service Award in 2015. Serves as an advisor to the International Diagnostic Course Davos, the world’s largest medical imaging training course. Author of over eighty publications and speaker for hundreds of presentations worldwide. Emory University BS in Biology. SUNY Downstate Medical Center Doctor of Medicine.
Rafael O'Halloran, PhD
Senior Scientist, Hyperfine
Physicist with eighteen years of research experience in medical imaging and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), including technical development in MRI sequences, reconstruction, and diffusion-weighted MRI. Previously a professor of radiology at the Mount Sinai School of medicine in New York and a research fellow at Stanford University. Louisiana State University BS in Physics. University of Wisconsin PhD in Medical Physics.