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Hyperfine Portable MRI: Live Demo
Hyperfine has created the first FDA approved portable MRI scanner. This paradigm shift in medical imaging is sure to come with questions.

- What exactly is a portable MRI? And how safe is it?
- Does it interfere with other medical devices & equipment?
- What training is required to use a portable MRI scanner?

In this webinar, we’ll be addressing these and all of your other burning questions in an extended Q&A and open mic.

In addition, several of the experts who were heavily involved in the development of the Hyperfine portable MRI will be in attendance and will provide a live demo of the scanner in action. This is a webinar you will not want to miss!

Jul 9, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Khan Siddiqui, MD
Chief Medical Officer & Chief Strategy Officer @Hyperfine
Dr. Siddiqui has more than 25 years of experience as a radiologist and holds 12 patents for technology in the areas of deep learning, AI, image processing and data visualization, as well as securing patient information handling and health records. His recent research includes large scale studies on the impact of ubiquitous access to health in combination with artificial intelligence and persuasive technologies to improve healthcare outcomes. Khan is passionate about securing and protecting data while also enabling the development of deep learning models to accelerate practical applications of AI in healthcare. Prior to joining Hyperfine in 2019, Khan founded HOPPR, a data and deep learning-as-a-service platform, and higi, a consumer health technology company. He also served as a physician executive at Microsoft, where he was responsible for platform engineering and machine learning for the health solutions group.
Dr. Brian Welch. PhD
Director of Clinical Science @Hyperfine
Dr. Welch is a biomedical-electrical engineer whose Ph.D. training at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine focused on biomedical imaging. Specifically, he is an expert in methods and software development for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). His previous and ongoing work concentrates on overcoming the real-world limitations that hinder research and clinical applications of MRI. Based on more than 20 years of experience in MRI and 6 years of work experience as the on-site Philips Healthcare MR clinical scientist supporting research projects at Vanderbilt University, Dr. Welch acquired deep knowledge of the capabilities of the 3T and 7T human scanners housed at the Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science (VUIIS). Dr. Welch applied that experience and knowledge to his own independent research programs as a Vanderbilt faculty member with contributions in the areas of fat-water MRI, human brown adipose tissue imaging, and continuously moving table MRI.