The Sixth IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI’09) will be held June 28 - July 1, 2009 in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. ISBI is widely recognized as the preeminent international forum for the presentation of leading-edge research in the biomedical imaging field. The symposium supports a tradition of cross-fertilization between different imaging communities an integrative approach across all observation scales.

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Special Workshop

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Current and Future Challenges in Clinical Imaging
This workshop will feature three world-renowned clinicians from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School who will discuss biomedical imaging challenges confronting clinical research and patient care:

  • Cardiac imaging, Thomas J. Brady, MD
  • Brain imaging, Ellen Grant, MD
  • Breast imaging, Dan Kopans, MD

Plenary Speakers

Potential and Possibilities: From the Very Critical to the Very Difficult
Thomas Miller
Chief Executive Officer, Workflow and Solutions Division
Siemens Healthcare

Advances in Molecular Imaging
Ralph Weissleder
Director, Center for Molecular Imaging Research
Director, Center for Systems Biology
Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Nanoscopic Imaging of Biomolecules, Cells and Tissues
Xiaowei Zhuang
Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Professor of Physics
Harvard University

Special Sessions

  • Statistical methods in neuroimage analysis
  • Super-resolution processing in medical imaging
  • Technological advances in ultrasound contrast agents
  • Emerging photonic imaging techniques
  • Biomedical computing on many cores
  • Large-scale physiological modeling and simulation initiatives